384th Bombardment Group (Heavy) in World War II

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28 March 1945
Williams, Cook

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28 March 1945, Berlin, Germany

Group lead

Back, L-to-R:
Flight Officer Vernon M Stern, Tail Gunner/Observer;
First Lieutenant John H Stickling, Bombardier;
First Lieutenant Frederick A Blencowe, Mickey Navigator;
First Lieutenant Raymond D Cook, Pilot;
Major Phillip Y Williams, Air Commander.


Front, L-to-R:
Second Lieutenant John C Miller, Navigator;
First Lieutenant William E Jelneck, Navigator;
Technical Sergeant William H Cawthon, Radio Operator;
Technical Sergeant Huston R Dossett, Engineer/Top Turret Gunner;
Staff Sergeant Howard G Krupsky, Flexible Gunner.

Raymond D Cook identified by James K. Kangas on 17 January 2016.

Aircraft: B-17G 44-8649, "TRAIL BLAZER"

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