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|Pilot Edmund Gilbert Smith, O-424690 (POW, survived)
Co-Pilot 2nd Lt. James W. Edwards, O-815110(POW, survived)
Engineer 2nd Lt. William T. Franz, Jr., O-866991 (KIA, body recovered) NJ
Bombardier 2nd Lt. Robert L. Grace, O-703239 (KIA, body recovered) CA
Navigator 2nd Lt. Ray F. "Hap" Halloran, O-703246 (POW, survived)
Radar Sgt John P. Nicholson, 18163306 (POW, survived)
CFC SSgt Robert B. Holladay, 13120169 (MIA / KIA)
Radio SSgt Guy H. Knobel, 17063259 (POW, survived)
Left Gunner Sgt Vito C. Barbieri, 17060993 (MIA / KIA)
Right Gunner Sgt Anthony Lukasiewicz, 36890499 (MIA / KIA) MI
Tail Gunner Sgt Cecil T. Laird, 39327992 (MIA / KIA)
Crashed January 27, 1945
fifteen miles west of the target. Crashed near Ikisu village near Konoike Airfield in Ibaraki Prefecture, killing seven civilians and burning several houses.
Fates of the Crew
The other five including Halloran were taken prisoner and survived the war.
Halloran was held as a prisoner at Kempei Tai in Tokyo. Next, caged at Ueno Zoo then moved to Omori POW Camp in a barracks with fellow prisoner Gregory "Pappy" Boyington.
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