401st BG Album - Ground Crew

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Corporal John Brooks, one of two Communication Section clerks, takes a moment to relax and think about home.
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Captain Blumenthal was the Base Radio Maintenance Officer and the 615th Bomb Squadron Communications Officer.
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Master Sergeant Murphy was an Assistant Base Radio Maintenance Chief, and the 615th Bomb Squadron Communications Section Chief.
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Master Sergeant Ridge was the Base Radio Maintenance Chief and the 614th Bomb Squadron Communications Section Chief.
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(L to R): Lt G.J. Hellmuth, T/Sgt Alice Forsht (WAC), Capt H.L. Piper, Pvt Mabel F. Powell, unidentified.
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Master Sergeant Williams was the 614th Bomb Squadron Line Chief.  On 5 December 1943 Sergeant Williams' heroic effort help save the lives of the crew of "Zenobia El Elephanta" (42-39825) when it crashed on take-off.
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Lt Hank Bennett, 614th Ordinance Officer (middle row, center), and his team.
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M/Sgt John W. Fields, Crew Chief of a/c 42-102947 "D-Day Dottie". Pictured after receiving the Bronze Star. First mission 6 Jun 1944. Hometown - Vincennes, Indiana.
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Corporal James Stewart (the actor) and Phil Staley, 612th Squadron Tail Gunner. Taken in 1941 at Moffett Air Base, California.
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Capt W.G. McAlexander (L) and M/Sgt Emmett C. Arler (Inspector).
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Pvt Mabel F Powell, WAC; T/Sgt Alice Forsht, WAC.
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Major Robert C. Clements, Commanding Officer, 450th Sub Depot.
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Captain W.G. McAlexander and Colonel Harold Bowman, 401st Commanding Officer.