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Crew No. FK-600-AB 1
Photographed at Langley Field, VA in September 1943 when the crew completed training in the 2nd Sea Search Attack Squadron, 1st Sea Search Attach Group. Crews from this group were assigned to the "Super Snoopers" 43rd BG, 63rd BS in New Guinea to fly night missions with radar for anti-shipping strikes. This entire crew went MIA on December 3, 1943 in B-24 42-40475 in New Guinea.
Top Row (l to r):
Colman, Cassidy, Wallinder, Schechner, Morgan and Fraser

Bottom Row (l to r):
Miecias, Caruso, Frank, Turner (not aboard B-24 42-40475), Pvt. Joseph Thompson and Ronald F. Ward were in addition to the crew pictured in this photo.

Thanks to Patty Chuck, niece of Albert Caruso for the correction on photo caption names, incorrect on the original WWII photo.


Credit: USAAF Date: September 1943
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