384th Bombardment Group (Heavy) in World War II

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Harold W Peterson Crew

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Peterson, Harold W. (Pete)

Lead Crew photo with 42-102442, SWISS MISS - Possibly 3 June 1944.

Standing, second from left is Flight Officer Martin P Rosenblum, Bombardier, third from left is Harold W Peterson, Pilot.
Kneeling, fourth from left is S/SGT Arthur E. Fisher, Radio Operator: identified by his son, Jim Fisher.

[Original site info:
Harold W. (Pete) Peterson (P)
Freddy Miller (CP)
Irving Scheer (N)
Thomas McDonald (B)
Mel Haggai (TT)
Arthur Fisher (RO)
Phillip Dehabey (BT)
Edgar L. Campbell (WG)
Walter A. Belezyk (WG)
Richard N. Maddox (TG)]

Photo courtesy of H.W. Peterson

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1 comment

  • elc58 - Wednesday 23 August 2017 06:35
    In this picture - Front row - First man on the right is my father Edgar L Campbell shown above as a (WG) and also served as a Radio Operator as his service continued.