384th Bombardment Group (Heavy) in World War II

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Oscar Pierce Crew, 544th BS, unidentified B-17G

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Aircraft is possibly B-17G 42-97271 JD*H, "BOSS LADY"

Front Row, left to right
s/sgt. Charles Taylor (TT) - from Hazard, Kentucky
sgt. "Bill" Rozkuski (TOG) - from Chicopee, Mass.
sgt. "Bob" Neubauer (FG) - from Merrill, Wisconsin
sgt. Alfred Read (BT) - from Piper City, Illinois
Back Row, left to right
sgt. Thad Polowy (TG) - from Buffalo, New York
f/o "Dick" Claflin (N) - from Kansas City, Missouri
Lt. Albert Espey (CP) - from Oregon
Lt. Oscar W. Pierce (P) - from Cleo Springs, Oklahoma
s/sgt. Eldo Palmer (RO) - from Sedalia, Missouri

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