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
2006 - Nashville
2004 - Braintree
2000 - Dayton
1994 - England
Life in England
Copyright 401st BGA
401st BG Album - Members
Taken at the Memorial Program for D-Day, South Gate, CA.
Bob Coffin (deceased) was a member of the 612th crew of J.C. Cromer.
This F-16A 'Fighting Falcon', a member of the 401st Tactical Fighter Wing, bears the historical markings of it's predecessor, the 401st Bombardment Group. The 'TJ' designates Torrejon AFB, Spain.
Note: This aircraft was transferred to AMARC (Aerospace Maintenance and Regeneration Center, Tucson, AZ) as FG0259 on October 21, 1994, and is apparently still in their inventory.
The cockpit of "Miss Angela", a fully restored and air-worthly B-17G on permanent display at the
Palm Springs Air Museum
Note the throttle control levers in the center of the photo that allow for a single or multi-engine adjustment with one hand.
614th Squadron Gunner (and television star) John L. Hurd autographs a "bomb" at John C. Szabo's
Kingman Army Air Field / Sales Storage Depot #41
Museum, located in Hesperia, California. Note that John is sitting on a B-17 radio operator's chair that came from one of the Kingman Flying Fortresses.
John Hurd was featured in The History Channel's presentation "Suicide Missions - Ball Turret Gunners".
Air Force Academy
Frank Seavey, John Peters, and Ben Young in front the 401st Bomb Group plaque at the Mighty Eighth Heritage Museum, Savannah, Georgia.
Photo taken during the 1998 Group reunion.