The 401st BG
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Al Crawford: Honored.
Ed Dana: Belgium
Dean Larson: Knight
Frank Perez: Jay Leno
The Way it Was
2008 - Washington DC
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2004 - Braintree
2000 - Dayton
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401st BG Album - Ground Crew
Corporal John Brooks, one of two Communication Section clerks, takes a moment to relax and think about home.
Captain Blumenthal was the Base Radio Maintenance Officer and the 615th Bomb Squadron Communications Officer.
Master Sergeant Murphy was an Assistant Base Radio Maintenance Chief, and the 615th Bomb Squadron Communications Section Chief.
Master Sergeant Ridge was the Base Radio Maintenance Chief and the 614th Bomb Squadron Communications Section Chief.
(L to R): Lt G.J. Hellmuth, T/Sgt Alice Forsht (WAC), Capt H.L. Piper, Pvt Mabel F. Powell, unidentified.
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" (
) when it crashed on take-off.
Lt Hank Bennett, 614th Ordinance Officer (middle row, center), and his team.
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.
Corporal James Stewart (the actor) and Phil Staley, 612th Squadron Tail Gunner. Taken in 1941 at Moffett Air Base, California.
Capt W.G. McAlexander (L) and M/Sgt Emmett C. Arler (Inspector).
(L to R):
Pvt Mabel F Powell, WAC; T/Sgt Alice Forsht, WAC.
Major Robert C. Clements, Commanding Officer, 450th Sub Depot.
Captain W.G. McAlexander and Colonel Harold Bowman, 401st Commanding Officer.