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Captain Emil Hobert Crew
722nd Squadron

Hobart Crew

Back Row - Left to Right:
Cpt. Emil "Pop" Hobert - Pilot
1st Lt. Thurman A. Glasgow - Co-Pilot
Cpt. Bob Butner - Bombardier
1st Lt. Virgil Johnson - Navigator

Front Row - Left to Right:
S/Sgt William R. Rice - Nose Gunner
T/Sgt Jason Garrett - Engineer/Top Turret
S/Sgt Francis Guite - Ball Turret
Sgt "Brownie" Brown - Waist Gunner
Sgt Hollis Lunt - Tail Gunner
S/Sgt Edward Terrell - Radio Operator

**Note on the back of the picture reads:
These are my crew members that flew with new crew for first time when we were knocked out of formation over Vienna and made it back to the Dalimation Island off of coast of Yugoslavia and bailed out and picked up by Tito's partisons.
Lunt had a piece of flak in his left shoulder and he is the one that broke his back when he landed.
Garret also broke his back. (the Island of Vis).

Information provided by William "Bill" Rice, 722nd Squadron

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