|Pilot 1st Lt Loren G. Barstow,
Co-Pilot 2nd Lt Jack S Connor, O-729317 (KIA)
Navigator 2nd Lt Douglas H. Puck, O-734599 (KIA)
Engineer S/Sgt Edwin R. Maillie, 17071379 (KIA)
Radio S/Sgt Harold M. Valentine, 34029885 (KIA)
Photographer S/Sgt Leonard Diamond, 11073297 (KIA)
Gunner Sgt John W. Schmitt, 14085521 (KIA) WA
Gunner Sgt George M. Harvey, 13088758 (KIA) PA
Gunner Sgt Stephen J. Boudreaux, 38380560 (KIA)
Gunner S/Sgt Luis Degollado, 18057572 (KIA)
Gunner S/Sgt George Dick, 33245475 (KIA)
Crashed May 22, 1944 at approximately 04:00am
Recovery of Remains
After the crash, Ralph Bowley (20th CMS intelligence officer) visited the crash site and recovered the remains of the crew.
Lt. Col. David W. Ecoff Sr. (pilot of the 20th CMS) recalls:
Later, they were buried in Nadzab Cemetery. Postwar the remains were exhumed and transported for final burial. Harvey is buried at Manila American Cemetery at Plot L Row 2 Grave 131. Schmitt is buried at Plot D Row 12 Grave 174.
The rest of the crew were transported to the United States for final burial. Barstow is buried at Ceder River Cemetery in Stephenson, MI. Puck was buried at Fort Snelling National Cemetery at section 9, site 8972. Valentine is buried at Arlington National Cemetery at section 34, site 4176. Dick is buried at Alto Reste Burial Park in Altoona, PA at plot D row 262.