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Captain Eugene E. Walker Crew
723rd Squadron
Crew #107

Back - Left to Right:
S/Sgt Donald M. Hagaman - Nose Gunner
1st Lt. Donald D. Long - Co-Pilot
1st Lt. Andrew Fategoni - Bombardier
1st Lt. Robert J Tousignant - Navigator
Captain Eugene E. Walker - Pilot

Front - Left to Right:
T/Sgt. Gerald E. Ross - Radio Operator - returned home after being injured over Munich
S/Sgt. Chester C. Kuro - Sperry Turret Gunner - returned home after being injured over Munich
T/Sgt. John C. Troxell - Engineer
S/Sgt. Arthur L Kneale - Tail Gunner
S/Sgt. Joseph J. Koons - Left Waist Gunner

The crew left for combat on 5 May 1944.

Crew Information provided by Thomas H. Walker, son of Eugene Walker

The pictures above are from a crash in Italy taken by the pilot, Walker.
They were headed home when Germans hit them and the pilot, Walker, had to keep flying the plane lower and lower until he had to land as the aircraft would no longer fly.
He landed in Italy but there was no threat of ground attack from enemy forces as they had been pushed back from air attacks.
They remained safe until the Air Force came and got them.

Information provided by John C. Troxell

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