384th Bombardment Group (Heavy) in World War II

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George Keck Crew, First Air Medal, in front of Snuffy (I)

TIFF4x607312013_00002.jpg Artifact 1: Crew ListThumbnailsCrew list, back of "First AIr Medal" PhotoArtifact 1: Crew ListThumbnailsCrew list, back of "First AIr Medal" PhotoArtifact 1: Crew ListThumbnailsCrew list, back of "First AIr Medal" PhotoArtifact 1: Crew ListThumbnailsCrew list, back of "First AIr Medal" PhotoArtifact 1: Crew ListThumbnailsCrew list, back of "First AIr Medal" PhotoArtifact 1: Crew ListThumbnailsCrew list, back of "First AIr Medal" PhotoArtifact 1: Crew ListThumbnailsCrew list, back of "First AIr Medal" Photo

Standing, left-to-right: 2nd Lt William W Juart, navigator; 1st Lt George B Keck, pilot; 2nd Lt Roy Gaither, co-pilot; 2nd Lt Arthur R Bryant, bombardier.
Kneeling, left to right: S/Sgt Ted Paduch, waist gunner; S/Sgt Walden Hughes, waist gunner; T/Sgt Frank Hollingsworth, radio; S/Sgt Billy J Jackson, ball turret; William F Igou*, tail gunner; Milton Deville, engineer.

* Igou is identified as Reiss on the back of the photo, in parentheses with a question-mark. S/Sgt William F Igou, became a regular on the Keck Crew after Reiss was reassigned.
Identifications on back of photo were probably written by Jackson during the war.

Contributed by Jean Jackson, July 2013.

Josh Igou (2013): In the photo George Keck crew, First Air Medal, it states photo of a person is Alfred Reiss, but is probably William F Igou. I can confirm it is William F Igou. I have the same picture with a letter from my grandfather telling of his war experience.

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