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LTC Robert Westbrook, 339th Ftr Sq, 347th FG, 30 September 1944. He was KIA less than two months later while strafing a Japanese ship

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Made 24 Jan 2009

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MAJ Louis R. Kittel (C), commander of the 70th Ftr Sq, 18th FG is surrounded by the other pilots of his unit. Kittel is credited with 4 aerial victories

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Made 24 Jan 2009

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Members of the 44th Ftr Sq "Vampires" display the squadron scoreboard in front of one of their Curtiss P-40Ns; MAJ Bob Westbrook, commander

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Made 24 Jan 2009

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MGEN Millard F. Harmon (L) congratulates MAJ Thomas J.J. Christian, Jr. following his award of the Silver Star, December 1942. BGEN Nathan F. Twining looks on

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Made 24 Jan 2009

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MAJ Thomas J.J. Christian is awarded the Silver Star for his actions while assigned to the 67th Fighter Squadron on Guadalcanal. Eventually transferred to...

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Made 24 Jan 2009

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Its waist guns and ball turret replaced by bench seats & safety belts, crew chief SGT Charles Zigler preps the interior of B-17G 43-38624 for another...

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Made 24 Jan 2009

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2LT Lawrence P. Liebers, Burbank, CA - pilot, 96th Ftr Sq, 82nd FG. Officially credited with seven confirmed aerial victories.

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2LT Ward A. Kuentzel, Delano, CA - pilot, 96th Ftr Sq, 82nd FG. Officially credited with seven confirmed aerial victories.

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2LT Ward A. Kuentzel, 96th Ftr Sq, 82nd FG, 7 aerial victories

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2LT Lincoln D. Jones, 96th Ftr Sq, 82nd FG, 3 aerial victories

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1LT Lawrence P. Liebers, 96th Ftr Sq, 82nd FG, 7 aerial victories

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1LT Edward T. Waters, 96th Ftr Sq, 82nd FG, 7 aerial victories

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Flt Officer Frank D. Hurlbut, 96th Ftr Sq, 82nd FG, 9 aerial victories

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1LT William J. Sloan, 96th Ftr Sq, 82nd FG, 12 aerial victories

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Made 24 Jan 2009

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2LT Howard A. Gilliam, Hattiesburg, MS - pilot, 94th Ftr Sq, 1st FG. Officially credited with one confirmed aerial victory, 20 June 1943.

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Made 24 Jan 2009

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LTC Milton B. Adams, commander of the 18th Fighter Group, July 1944 - May 1945

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Made 24 Jan 2009

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Unscathed (at least on the outside), 376th BG "Liberandos" commander COL Keith Compton chats with RAF officers upon return from the first Ploesti...

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Made 23 Jan 2009

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CAPT Ralph P. "Red" Thompson helps BGEN U.G. Ent don a flak vest as 376th BG commander COL Keith Compton assists - early on the morning of 1 August...

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Made 23 Jan 2009

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BGEN U.G. Ent (R) with 376th BG commander COL Keith Compton (C) and crew members, prior to the start of the first Ploesti raid

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Made 23 Jan 2009

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BGEN U.G. Ent with 376th BG commander COL Keith Compton next to the B-24D "Teggie Ann," just prior to the start of the first Ploesti mission 1...

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Made 23 Jan 2009

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