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SQUADRON G [[images - black & white photographs of members of Squadron G]] OWEN E. HAGUE First Lieutenant Commanding LEE RAYFORD Major Base Operations Officer DON V. ESTILL Captain Assistant Base Surgeon CLARENCE C. JAMISON Captain Assistant Operations Officer DANIEL J. BAILEY First Lieutenant Adjutant ALEXANDER B. ROSE First Lieutenant Executive and Mess Oficer DAVID J. BROWN Second Lieutenant Base Communications Officer ROBERT L. CLARK Second Lieutenant Combat Intelligence Officer CRAWFORD B. DOWDELL Second Lieutenant Aerial Gunnery Officer WILLIAM C. PERKINS, JR. Second Lieutenant Gunnery Officer SQUADRON G FIRST ROW: HARRIS, Otha B., S/Sgt., 1722 W. Walnut St., Louisville, Ky. HOUSTON, John A., M/Sgt., 2917 Conti St., Houston, Tex. OLIVER, Amsden C., T/Sgt., 385 S. Kilmer St., Dayton, Ohio. GOODLOW, Albert E., S/Sgt., 1285 Hasting St., Chicago, Ill. BERRY, Joseph, Sgt., Rt. 40, Box 59, Triadelphia, W. Va. SECOND ROW: BUCHANAN, David, Sgt., 1311 Avenue K, Birmingham, Ala. GREEN, John E., Sgt., 544 Herron Ave., Pittsburgh, Pa. JUST, C. E., Sgt., 641 So. Ninth Ave., Mt. Vernon, N. Y. LUCK, Thomas, Sgt., Box 317, Freeman, W. Va. McDOWELL, Elmer H., Sgt., 48 Admiral St., New Haven, Conn. THIRD ROW: ODUMS, Richard H., Sgt., 1814 Live Oak St., Houston, Tex. SCOTT, William J., Jr., Sgt., 705 Oakland Ave., Kansas City, Kan. RECTOR, Elmer R., Sgt., 140 Chalfont St., Pittsburgh, Pa. ADAMS, Russell, Cpl., 7509 Calumet St., Swissvale, Pa. BANKS, Robert G., Cpl., 405 Cliff St., Fairmont, W. Va. FOURTH ROW: BERTRAND, Arthur J., Cpl., 2508 St. Anthony St., New Orleans, La. BRITTINGHAM, Joseph, Cpl., 76th Wesley Ave., Atlantic Highlands, N. J. BROWN, Edmund H., Cpl., 852 Dawson St., Bronx, N. Y. BURT, W. L., Cpl., 2575 E. 40th St., Cleveland, Ohio. 70
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