Missing Air Crew Report 16031 was issued, and identifies the crew as:
Cpt William N. Frost p
2 Lt Robert L. Mays c-p
2 Lt Joe R. Phillips nav
2 Lt Leon W. Brownlee bomb
TSgt Kenneth G. Hildebrand eng/tt gun
Sgt Joseph E. Powers r/o
Sgt Floyd J. Shaw btg
Sgt William S. Devine lwg
Sgt Billie K. Davis rwg
Sgt James R. Toney, Jr tail gun
Sergeants Shaw and Davis were KIA; Captain Frost, Lt Phillips, Lt Brownlee, and Sergeant Devine were captured; while Lt Mays, Sergeants Hildebrand, Powers, and Toney all evaded and eventually returned to England.
There is a discrepancy in Captain Frost's personal report, as he states that Sergeants Shaw and Davis were killed in the plane and Sergeant Toney, trapped in the tail turret, rode the aircraft down and survived the crash. Yet, the report indicates that observers saw 9 parachutes as the plane went down. It would appear that only 7 men left the aircraft.
In the crew photo, Sergeant Shaw is in the front row, second from left.