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44-40200 prior to application of the Delirious Dolores nose art prior to departure for Europe, possibly taken in Pueblo, Colorado in the spring, 1944. McKeown Crew: rear, L to R, (E) Francis Hawkins, (CP) Robert McIntyre, unknown ground crew, (J) James McKeown, (G) George McGee, rear, L to R, (N) Ross Houston, (B) George Patton, (G) Marshal Williams.

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  • Francis Hawkins

    Military | Technical Sergeant | Top Turret Gunner
    Killed in Action (KIA) near Gahrden in B-24 'The Moose' #4440205

  • Ross Houston

    Military | Lieutenant | Lead Navigator
    Flew 26 missions, lead crew. Shot down over Misberg Ger. . Prisoner of War (POW) Stalag Luft I , 6 mos. Plane was 'The Moose' #4440205 on 11/26/44 Prisoner of War AM 2clstrs, ETO 3 stars, Presidential Citation, Purple Heart

  • George McGee

    Military

  • Robert McIntyre

    Military | First Lieutenant | Co-Pilot
    Prisoner of War (POW) crashed at Gahrden on 26-Nov-44 in B-24 'The Moose' #44-40205

  • James McKeown

    Military | Captain | Pilot
    Born in St. Louis, Missouri in 1915, James Carlin McKeown enlisted as an aviation cadet in Chicago in January 1942. He trained as a pilot and was assigned to the 491st Bombardment Group, 853rd Bombardment Squadron. Assigned a new B-24J (44-40200), he...

  • Marshall Williams

    Military | Staff Sergeant | Tail Gunner
    Killed in Action (KIA) at Gahrden in B-24 'The Moose' #4440205

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Date Contributor Update
01 July 2018 05:27:01 Timothy McKeown Changes to caption and person associations
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C. Timothy McKeown

Date Contributor Update
01 July 2018 04:14:27 Timothy McKeown Created entry with collection, person associations and aircraft associations
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C. Timothy McKeown

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