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Original scanned September 27, 2002. Reduced Print - for full-sized print, see Davis Box 163, Folder 3. [[page from newspaper]] ^[[Nov 3 45]] Page 24 The Journal and Guide SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1945 Nucleus of Colored Peacetime Air Units [[3 stars]] GODMAN FIELD, KY [[Image - stylized drawing of wings - several numbered portraits of men in uniform with large drawing of Col. Benjamin Davis in the center - columns listing the names and titles are on each side]] BASE UNIT [[1st Column]] 387th SERVICE GROUP 1. COL. Benjamin O. Davis Washington D.C. Commanding Officer 2. MAJ. William A. Campbell Tuskegee Md, Commanding [[?]] 79th 3. CAPT. Charles I. Williams Line Ohio Commanding OH 417th [[?]] Sq 4. CAPT. Elmore M. Kennedy Jr. Philadelphia PA [[??]] Sq 5. MAJ. Andrew P. Turner Washington DC, Deputy Commander 6. MAJ. Thomas J. Money Chicago, IL Executive Officer 7. CAPT. Thomas M. Clark Baltimore, MD Adjutant 8. CAPT. John R Beverly Paulshore NJ Intelligence Officer 9. CAPT. Dudley W. Stevenson Washington DC, Communications Officer 10. MAJ Edward C. Gleed Kansas City, MO Operations Officer 11. CAPT. Robert E. Smith Detroit, Mich. Engineering Officer 12. LT. Henry D. Moore Chicago IL Ordinance Officer 13. LT. Willis J. Hubert Savannah GA, Statistical Officer 14. MAJ. Elmer D. Jones Washington DC, Director of Maintenance & Survey Co; 38th Air Service Group 15. CAPT. Omar D. Blair Los Angeles, Ca Commanding Officer 150th [[?]] 16. LT. Robert S Lawery Louisville KY, Adjutant 17. CAPT. Lott S. Carter Marlboro Ohio, [[?]] Officer 18. LT. John L.S. Holloman Washington DC Group Surgeon 19. LT. Emmett J. Rice New York City Statistical Officer 20. Capt Gerald L Hayden South Bend, MD Group Captain 21. CAPT. Herbert E Carter Amory, Miss. Commanding Officer [[?]] Air Engineering Sqdn 22. LT. James A. G. Grant Memphis Tenn, Intelligence Officer Base Intelligence Officer 23. MAJ. William B. Edelin Washington DC Executive Officer 113th [[air?]] Base unit 24. CAPT. Edward B. McCarroll Newark NJ, [[?]] Adjutant [[/1st column]] [[2nd column]] 477th Composite Group 25. CAPT. James W. Redden [[?]] NJ, Director of [[P..?]] 26. MAJ. George W. Webb Washington DC, Deputy Commander CO [[Subscript?]] 27. MAJ. Lee Rayford Washington DC, Operations Officer 28. MAJ. Vance H. Marchbanks Tuskegee [[Adj?]] Base Surgeon 477th [[?]] 29. LT. William J. Parks Asbury Park NJ Provost Marshall 30. MAJ. Douglas L.T. Robinson Philadelphia PA, 477th Group Chaplain 31. Lt. John D. Silvera New York City Public Relations Office 32. Maj. George L. Knox Indianapolis Ind Air Instructor 33. Lt. Francis A. Ranseur Winston Salem S.C. [[?]] Officer 34. Capt. Elizabeth Hampton Los Angeles, Ca. Commanding [[Ofc?]] Sqdr "1" [[?]] 35. Lt. Junius R. Savage St Louis, Mo. [[?]] Officer 36. Capt. Charles R. Stanton Los Angeles, Cal. Director of [[?]] 37. Capt. Carl B. Taylor [[?]] NY Classification officer 38. Capt. William R. Ming Washington DC Base [[Legal?]] Officer 39. Lt. William H. Coleman Philadelphia Pa. [[?]] Officer 40. Lt. George S. Lima New York City [[?]] Officer 41. Capt. Everett F. Norrow [[?]] N.J. Personnel Services Ofc 42. Capt. James. B. Ray [[Carl?]] Ky Signal Officer 43. Capt. George E. Panell Chicago Ill. Base Gunnery Officer [[/column 2]] LEGEND [[best guesses and unreadable(?)]] The principal purpose of Godman Field is the training of the 477th Composite Group. The 477th is comprised of 3 units: the 95th? Fighter Squadron, and the 63rd? ? ? , 68th Support Squadron. The 387th Air Service Group performs the many services? necessary to ? ? ? ?. ? ? These units are supported by the 168th? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? Drawn by Col. ? C? Smith, Jr. for the Public? Relations? Office of ? Field and published? by the Press Bureau War Department Bureau of Public Relations.]] [[/page from newspaper]] Davis B006 F007 2 sh1of1
Numerous unreadable words. mandc: I note that all names are uppercase, but did not change them. Took a shot at the LEGEND part which is pretty much all guesses. Believe this newspaper is on microfilm in Library of Congress.
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