384th Bombardment Group (Heavy) in World War II

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545th BS - The crew, taken at Pyote, Texas.

Back: James H. Young, Clarence M. Wieseckel, Ralph W. Sack, Gordon W. McIntosh, Edward F. Zabinski, Donald M. Brown
Front: Herbert T. Swanson, Lieutenant Donald O. Smith, Austin W. Dunning, Charles O. White

2nd Lieutenant Herbert T. Swanson, pilot and aircraft commander,
2nd Lieutenant Donald Oril Smith, co-pilot,
2nd Lieutenant Austin William Dunning, bombardier;
2nd Lieutenant Charles Oteen White, navigator,
Staff Sergeant James Harlan Young, top turret gunner,
Staff Sergeant Clarence Mathew Wieseckel, radio-operator,
Sergeant Ralph William Sack, right waist gunner,
Sergeant Gordon William McIntosh, ball turret gunner,
Sergeant Edward Frank Zabinski, tail gunner,
Sergeant Donald Martin Brown, left waist gunner.

They flew on 11 and 13 April 1944 and crashed that day.