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|Pilot 1st Lt. Robert C. Stone, O-888789 (MIA / KIA) VA
Co-Pilot 1st Lt. Harry G. Franklin, O-747247 (MIA / KIA) MA
Bombardier 1st Lt. Truman T. Henderson (rescued)
Navigator 1st Lt. Carroll G. Henry (rescued)
Engineer SSgt John R. Clayton (rescued)
Assistant Engineer Pfc Americo G. Picucci, 12066198 (MIA / KIA) NY
Radio SSgt Ronald G. Stein, 12062423 (MIA / KIA) NY
Assistant Radio Sgt James E. Egan, Jr., 11105746 (rescued)
Gunner SSgt Joseph H. Sharp, Jr., 1301441 (MIA / KIA)
Gunner Sgt James W. Richmond, 35426861 (survived)
MIA April 16, 1944 'Black Sunday'
Built by Consolidated at San Diego. Delivered to the U. S. Army Air Force (USAAF) as B-24J-80-CO Liberator serial number 42-100225. Ferried overseas via Hickam Field then across the Pacific to Australia.
During March 1944 assigned to the 5th Air Force, 22nd Bombardment Group, 408th Bombardment Squadron. No known nickname or nose art. When lost engines R-1830-65 serial numbers BP-432840, BP-435163, BP-435551 and BP-428555.
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