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2nd Lt. John N. Fredd Crews
42-78284
720th Squadron





Stanley J Correll Crew

Rear L. to R.
Sgt. Carl B. Webber
Cpl. Delmar E. Possinger
PFC. Raymond L. Sorenson
PFC. Seth P. Staples
Cpl. Charles A. Pettry

Front L. to R.
Lt. Sidney E. Carlson
Lt. Eugene R. Howell
Lt. Ronald H. Fillnow

Missing from this picture because of the Mumps were:
Stanley J. Correll and the crew's regular Navigator.


Crew Names

The crew were hit by Flak, which started a catostrophic fire in engine #3, over Germany on 19th July 1944.
Other crews reported seeing 4 - 6 chutes open as they abonded the aircraft.


Carlson, Sidney E Bombardier POW
Correll, Stanley J. Gunner POW
Fredd, John N Pilot KIA
Howell, Eugene R Co-Pilot KIA
Pettry, Charles H Radio POW
Possinger, Delmar E Engineer KIA
Posson, John L Radar KIA
Sorenson, Raymond L E Gunner POW
Staples, Seth P Gunner POW
Webber, Carl B Gunner POW
Weidman, Lloyd E Navigator KIA


Link To MACR # 7096

Information provided by Mark Correll, son of Stanley J. Correll, 720th Squadron




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