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1_01_1.jpg (127800 bytes) The 351st "PICCADILLY LILY"  with Thomas Murphy's flight and ground crew.  Detailed Information    (100th Photo Archives)
1_02_1.jpg (125166 bytes) The "PICCADILLY LILY"  - Thomas E. Murphy Crew   Detailed Information   (100th Photo Archives)
1_03_1.jpg (126610 bytes) "PICCADILLY LILY"  and the Thomas E. Murphy crew in North Africa after the 17 Aug 43 Regensburg Shuttle mission.   Detailed Information     (100th Photo Archives) 
1_06_2.jpg (95032 bytes) The 351st's Thomas E. Murphy in the cockpit of "PICCADILLY LILY"  25964 EP-A   Detailed Information     (100th Photo Archives) 
1_07_1.jpg (142889 bytes) Crew #10 (Murphy Crew) at Casper, Wyoming AAB: From left; Albert C. Davis - WG, Emmett H. Evans - ROG, Gerald O. Robinson - TG, Cleveland D. Jarvis - BTG, Michael Rotz - WG, John J. Ehleu - TTE, Homer D. Fitzer - CP, Floyd C. Peterson - BOM, Charles C. Sarbun - NAV and M. R. Olson - P    Detailed Information    (100th Photo Archives) 
1_07_2.jpg (158766 bytes) Marshall F. Lee, CP on the Thomas E. Murphy Crew taken 4 Aug 43. Lee was to be KIA on the 8 Oct 43 Bremen Mission.   Detailed Information     (100th Photo Archives) 
1_08_1.jpg (32297 bytes) 351st's Thomas E. Murphy Crew. Crew # 22  Detailed Information    (100th Photo Archives)  
1_08_2.jpg (51442 bytes) Albert Davis - WG on the "PICCADILLY LILY"  Crew. Davis completed his tour.  Detailed Information     (100th Photo Archives)  
1_09_1.jpg (33233 bytes) "SUNNY II"  Crew; This is the Glen Dye Crew, the first 100th crew to complete a combat tour of 25 missions. This photo includes more than the regular crew. Some standing are ground crew. Kneeling are the 351st Squadron Commander, Ollen Turner, center, with Glen Dye to his left and John Luckadoo on the extreme right. Luckadoo was later to become the Operations Officer of the 351st and then the 350th. This is the only case of the same 100th airman serving as Ops Officer for two Squadron. Standing from left: George E. Flanagan - ROG, Elder D. Dickerson - WG (KIA 8 Oct 43 at Bremen), Richard B. Cooke - BTG, John Parmentier - Crew Chief, Victor R. Combs - TTE, Leroy E. Baker - TG & Donald O. Ellis - WG. Kneeling from left: Francis C. Chaney - BOM, timothy J. Cavanaugh - NAV, Ollen Turner - 351st Squadron Commander, Glen Dye - P & John H. Luckadoo - CP    Detailed Information    (100th Photo Archives) 
1_10_2.jpg (17964 bytes) Captain R. H. Williams, 351st Adjutant.   (100th Photo Archives)
1_10_4.jpg (33097 bytes) Raymond L. Heironimus Crew - Standing from left: William C. Terry, Jr, Richard Barnett, Russel W. Gaines, Ray D. Carl & Marvin D. Cooper; Kneeling from left: Raymond L. Heironimus, Glen H. Peavy, George H. Geise, James L Skar and Carlyle E. Miller.  Detailed Information     (100th Photo Archives) 
1_12_1.jpg (40343 bytes) 351st Carl A. Janssen Crew: Standing from left: Jack H. Oller - CP, Frederick D. Fuller - NAV, Carl A. Janssen - P & James M. Cathey; Kneeling from left: Ronald E. Smeal - WG, T. Chappel - BTG, Sidney Graboyes - ROG, Veron T. McNabb - WG, Walter E. Fisher - TG & Earl L Symes - TTE   Detailed Information     (100th Photo Archives) 
1_15_1.jpg (57372 bytes) Carl Janssen Crew near the end of their tour; Standing from left: Smealle, Chapple, Stmes, MacNabb, Fisher and Graboyes. Kneeling from left: J. Oller, C. Janssen, F. D. Fuller & J. Cathey  Detailed Information     (100th Photo Archives)  
Carl Janssen Crew photo taken in 1943 at Camp Pyote.  Photo belonged to Sidney Graboyes, ROG.
 Janssen crew information.  (Photo Courtesy of Jack O'Leary)
1_17_1.jpg (35676 bytes) Glenn W. Rake Crew: Individuals cannot be identified with any degree of accuracy.   Detailed Information     (100th Photo Archives) 
1_18_1.jpg (31833 bytes) Ollen Turner - 351st Squadron Commanding Officer   (100th Photo Archives)
1_18_2.jpg (36560 bytes) "NELSON KING"  Ground Crew - Aircraft 231306   (100th Photo Archives)
1_18_3.jpg (27258 bytes) From left: John Bennet, the Air Exec, and Ollen Turner the 351st Squadron Commander watching a mission departure from the Control Tower catwalk.   (100th Photo Archives)
1_18_4.jpg (26310 bytes) Charles W. Staiger - 351st NAV on the Laurence J. Lazzari crew   Detailed Information      (100th Photo Archives)
1_19_1.jpg (42476 bytes) "SKIPPER"of the 351st with her Jack R. Swartout crew; Standing from left; Dewey Christopher, Harry A. Bonn, John M. Delaney, Hugh H. Smallwood & Dorsett C. Bennett: Kneeling from left: Arch (Four Mile) Drummond, Ollen Turner, Jack R. Swartout, Albert D. Dalgren & Leonard P. Bull. This is one of the 100th most famous crews, Swartout, it's pilot, is widely recognized as the 100th greatest combat leader.   Detailed Information     (100th Photo Archives) 
1_19_2.jpg (28700 bytes) Jack R. Swartout Crew   Detailed Information      (100th Photo Archives) 
1_21_1.jpg (45230 bytes) Robert L Hughes Crew - "NINE LITTLE YANKS and a JERK".  Well known 351st crew. Bob Hughes and Cowboy Roane let composite groups of the 100th to Schweinfurt on Oct 14, 1943 - "Black Thursday" ; Flight and Ground crewmember photographed nearing the end of their combat tour. Standing from left: James Angel,, Leonard Wilkens, Donald S. Davis, Robert Hughes, the pilot, Richard Elliott & Gerald Gulich. Kneeling from left:Shell (Grd Crew), Robert McKimmie, E. Burgess, T. P. Buntin, Joseph f. Boyle, Horace E. Barnum & C. Johnson.. Robert Hughes Collection    Detailed Information      (100th Photo Archives) 
1_22_1.jpg (39044 bytes) Robert L. Hughes Crew at Thorpe Abbotts   Detailed Information     (100th Photo Archives) 
1_22_2.jpg (48240 bytes) Robert L. Hughes - 351st Pilot    Detailed Information     (100th Photo Archives)
1_23_1.jpg (37166 bytes) "SUGAR FOOT"  and her 351st crew: Standing from left; James Haddox - P, John Wagner - CP, Alfred C. Warford, Ellswood C. Powers: Kneeling from left: Nicholas A. Tenaglia, James A. Grosskopf, Casimier J. Kobis, Gonzalo C. Orta, Kendall L. Morrow & Robert Abney.     Detailed Information   (100th Photo Archives) 
1_24_1.jpg (45876 bytes) "OUR GAL SAL"  and her flight and ground crews. Second from right kneeling is Robert J. Shoens her pilot. A/C 42-31767   Detailed Information     (100th Photo Archives) 
1_24_2.jpg (51365 bytes) "OUR GAL SAL"  crew cartoon.   (100th Photo Archives)
1_25_1.jpg (17602 bytes) The 351st "OUR GAL SAL"  coming home.   (100th Photo Archives)  
1_27_1.jpg (26791 bytes) "OUR GAL SAL"  in Russia   (100th Photo Archives)
1_27_2.jpg (8258 bytes) Delon Goodwin - This is his "Escape Photo."     (100th Photo Archives)
1_27_3.jpg (27106 bytes) John Williamson - CP of the Ronald Cumming Crew. This photo taken on the second Russian shuttle mission.  Detailed Information  (100th Photo Archives)
7_29_2.jpg (16905 bytes) "DUFFY'S TUFFY'S", 43-38945    Photo courtesy of Steve Baber
7_30_1.jpg (20966 bytes) 351st "BOEING BELLE"  - she was originally one of the "HANG THE EXPENSE"  aircraft. (100th Photo Archives)
kingrc.jpg (18166 bytes) Rollie C. King crew     Detailed Information    (100th Photo Archives)
A/C 33852 EP-N after returning to Thorpe Abbotts.  The a/c, flown by the Edward Aubuchon, Jr. crew was flying the 14 MAR 45 mission to Seelze when a .88mm shell exploded in the waist resulting in the death of Waist Gunner Garland S. Miller of Mt. Wolf, Pennsylvania. Aubuchon crew information
A/C 33852 EP-N after returning to Thorpe Abbotts.  The a/c, flown by the Edward Aubuchon, Jr. crew was flying the 14 MAR 45 mission to Seelze when a .88mm shell exploded in the waist resulting in the death of Waist Gunner Garland S. Miller of Mt. Wolf, Pennsylvania. Aubuchon crew information
A/C 33852 EP-N after returning to Thorpe Abbotts.  The a/c, flown by the Edward Aubuchon, Jr. crew was flying the 14 MAR 45 mission to Seelze when a .88mm shell exploded in the waist resulting in the death of Waist Gunner Garland S. Miller of Mt. Wolf, Pennsylvania. Aubuchon crew information
A/C 33852 EP-N after returning to Thorpe Abbotts.  The a/c, flown by the Edward Aubuchon, Jr. crew was flying the 14 MAR 45 mission to Seelze when a .88mm shell exploded in the waist resulting in the death of Waist Gunner Garland S. Miller of Mt. Wolf, Pennsylvania. Aubuchon crew information
kennedy1a.jpg (43568 bytes) William B. Kennedy crew: Kneeling from left: William H. Murphy, Albert E. Rogahn, Elmer L. Kovach, Charles J. Porter, Norman B. Edwards and Charles H. Boyd.  Standing: William B. Kennedy, Joseph T. Carlin, Ernest M. Robinson and Robert W. Jenkins. Detailed Information    (100th Photo Archives)