|Personalities of the 457th Bomb Group
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|457th Bomb Group||457th Bomb Group|
Some of the James L. Hall crew after a mission to Berlin on Mar 28th, 1945.
Left to Right. S/Sgt. Harry A. Sempf, Tail Gunner; T/Sgt. Alan Morton, Flt. Engineer and Top Turret Gunner; S/Sgt. Robert L. Fisher, Waist Gunner; and T/Sgt. John R. Middlebrooks, Radio Operator/Gunner.
John Middlebrooks and Alan Morton of the James Hall crew taking a break on a day off.
Harry Sempf and Colin of the James Hall crew.
Some of the Snow crew in Tampa before going overseas. Seated left to right are Sgt Richard C. Grace (ro), Lt Donald L. Snow (p), Sgt Joseph Adams (e), Sgt Evert B. Heins (wg). The young lady seated next to Snow is his fiance Maggie.
Lt Milton M. Jaraslow with the 751st Squadron and pilot of the aircraft "Queen Bea".
Lt Milton M. Jaraslow posing beside the plane named for his wife. "Queen Bea"
Another view of Lt Milton Jaraslow in the cockpit of his plane, the "Queen Bea". This crew was one of the original crews to fly out of Glatton.
Sgt Charles L. Stewart, tail gunner on the crew of Lt Rudolph M. Stohl. He was shot down in "Black Puff Polly" on May28th, 1944 and was a POW for the rest of the war.
Sgt Ralph J. Thole. Ball turret gunner with the Lt Arthur Tieman crew.
Sgt Edward C. (Slim) Wheaton. Waist gunner with the Lt Arthur Tieman crew.
Alfred Waichunas and cousin Jack Bulmer. Alfred was the toggeleer on "Moonlight Mission" and was lost on April 10th, 1945 mission to Oranienburg
Harold Aaser, Gunner with the Arthur Tieman crew.
James Meadows, Radio Operator with the Arthur Tieman crew.
Robert Powell, Tail Gunner with the Arthur Tieman crew.
Robert Coffee, Engineer with the Arthur Tieman crew.
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