384th Bombardment Group (Heavy) in World War II

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Farnsworth Crew

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Standing L-R: Unidentified; Unidentified; Myron Chamberlain (CP)
Kneeling L-R: Unidentified; Albert T. Manolio (R); Unidentified; Unidentified, Howard C. Fordham (ETTG), Unidentified

Crewmembers to be identified: Reuben J. Farnsworth (P), Dwight L. Johns (N), Jerold E. Hammond (B), Roy W. McKinney (BT), Lawrence M. Bauer (TG), Ralph G. Ortiz (FG), Sam S. Stevens (FG)


Kris Elmer: My Grandfather, Howard Fordham's B-17 crew. He is pictured in the front row, second from the right. The plane behind the crew is Little Cinder.
Additional identification provided by step-granddaughter Vera Nieuwenhuis: Albert Manolio, radio operator, bottom row, second from left.

Webmaster note: refer to microfilm B0374-00929 for SO # 173 assigning this crew to the 547th BS.

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