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602ND AIR ENGINEERING SQUADRON

[[images - black & white photographs of members of the 602nd Air Engineering Squadron]]

JOHN H. WILLIAMS
Captain
Engineering Officer

ERBBIE L. CROOM
First Lieutenant
Adjutant

MATTHEW W. MERIWEATHER
First Lieutenant
Engineering Officer

MAURICE R. PAGE
First Lieutenant
Text Pilot

DUDLEY V. SIMMS
First Lieutenant
Communications Maintenance
Officer

ARTHUR L. WARD
First Lieuteant
Supply Officer

GATSON A. JOSEPH, JR. 
Second Lieutenant
Motor Repair Officer

FIRST ROW: 
DOUGHTY, Otis C., M/Sgt., 851 Napier Courts, Nashville Tenn.
HANCOCK, McNeal M/Sgt.
BLUE, Harold G., T/Sgt., 400 W 128th St., New York, N.Y.
BUTLER, Thomas A., T/Sgt., 1410 Teras St., Pine Bluff, Ark.
HUBERT, Alvin W., T/Sgt., 3018 Calhoun Ave., Houston, Tex.
SUMMERS, Joseph, T/Sgt., 315 1/2 East Easton Ave., Tulsa, Okla.

SECOND ROW:
WILSON, Walter D., T/Sgt. 554 Decatur St., Brooklyn, N.Y.
AILSTER, J.W., S/Sgt., 2408 Greenup Ave., Ashland, Ky.
ALLEN, George T., S/Sgt., 301 W. 150th St., New York, N.Y.
BLAND, A.J., S/Sgt., 1331 W. Clay St. Richmond, Va.
CHAFFIN, Walter H., S/Sgt.,
CHARLES, Leonard, S/Sgt., 2105 Bell Ave., Houston, Tex.

THIRD ROW: 
CLARK, Lonice L., S/Sgt., 3616 Ruskin St., Dallas, tex.
CLUTCHLOW, James S., S/Sgt., 1102 Lincoln Ave., Pasadena, Calif.
EDMONDSON, James H., S/Sgt., 914 Delaware, Coffeyville, Kan.
HEARD. Thomas L., S/Sgt., 485 Foundry St., Atlanta, Ga.
HILLIARD, Stratford S., S/Sgt.
McBRIDE, Evine, S/Sgt., 434 Libert St., Jackson, Tenn.

FOURTH ROW: 
REID, Victor D., S/Sgt., 36 Ado Place, Buffalo, N.Y.
SIMMONS, Arthur, S/Sgt. 474 Central Park West, New York, N.Y.
TAYLOR, Samuel S/Sgt., 514 E. North, Charlestown, W. Va.
BRADLEY, James M., Sgt., 523 Seaton St., Ft. Worth, Tex.
BYOUS, Charles, Sgt., 9544 Cameron Ave., Detroit, Mich.
CALLOWAY, E. E., Sgt., 701 Third St., N.E. Washington, D.C.
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