Piloter - 359 Kamp-gruppe 1943 - 1945

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Kampgruppens kendningsmærke, som vist her til højre minder om et våbenskjold (escutcheon), med en enhjørning som symbol på uforfærdede mod i centrum. Den hvide farve angiver renheden med det formål:

 

 

Alle billeder er hentet fra: Archived by Char Baldridge, Historian - 359th Fighter Group Association. Posted by Janet Fogg, Author.

Lt. Marlyn C. Ford Jr.
Lt. Marlyn C. "Buck" Ford Jr. fra Jacksonville, Florida gjorde tjeneste ved Kamp Eskadrille 370 - Kamp-gruppe 359 fra marts 1945 til september 1945.
Lt. Edwin L. Sjoblad
Lt. Edwin L. Sjoblad fra Chicago, Iillinois fløj med Kamp Eskadrille 369 - Kamp-gruppe 359, fra juni 1944 til d.18. september 1944.
Lt. Lawrence F. Meyer
Lt. Lawrence F. Meyer fra Apalachicola, Florida gjorde tjeneste ved Kamp Eskadrille 369 - Kamp-gruppe 359 fra december 1944 frem til d.23. february 1945.
F/O Harold E. Koenig
F/O Harold E. Koenig fra Akron, Ohio fløj i Kamp Eskadrille 370 - Kamp-gruppe 359 fra marts 1945 og frem til september 1945.
Lt. james H. McDonald
Lt. James H. McDonald fra St. Pauls, North Carolina fløj med Kamp Eskadrille 368 - Kamp-gruppe 359th fra januar 1945 og frem til september 1945.
Lt. Harry L. Schecter
Lt. Harry L. Schecter ("The Count") fra New York City, New York, fløj med Kamp Eskadrille 370 - Kamp-grupper 359 fra december 1944 og frem til Juli 1945.
Capt. Jimmy C. Shoffit
Captain Jimmy C. Shoffit of Fort Worth, Texas, flew with the 370th Fighter Squadron, 359th Fighter Group, from July 1944 through April 1945. Aircraft included P-51B CS-T 42-106692 "Josephine" and P-51D CS-T 44-15102 "Josephine II." His crew chief was S/Sgt. Walter F. Paczkowski
Lt. Connie L. Stanley
Lt. Connie L. “Stan” Stanley of Fort Worth, TX, flew with “A” Flight, 370th Fighter Squadron, 359th Fighter Group, from April 1945 through July 1945.

Capt. William F. Stepp
Captain William F. Stepp, Allison Park, PA. 57 missions totaling 270 combat hours with the 370th Fighter Squadron, 359th FG.
Lt. Paul E. Sundheim
Paul E. Sundheim of Buffalo, NY, 370th Fighter Squadron, 359th Fighter Group, was last seen near Munster while strafing during the August 27, 1944 mission. He was later reported to be a POW in Stalag Luft 1.

Capt. Harry L. Matthew
Capt. Harry L. Matthew of Wilsonburg, VA, served with the 369th Fighter Squadron, 359th Fighter Group, from March 1943 through the February 22, 1945 mission, when, while strafing a loco near Eppingen, he flew through some power lines, lost coolant, and became a POW. Capt. Matthew flew 118 combat missions totaling 436 hours and his A/C included P-51B IV-T 43-24789 "Pistol Packin Mama II" and P-51D IV-T 44-15081 "Pistol Packin Mama III." S/Sgt Charles H. Miller, crew chief; Sgt. Dominic Panapinto, asst. crew chief; Sgt. Alex E. Fraunheim, armament.

Lt. Carl M. Anderson
Lt. Carl M. Anderson flew with the 368th Fighter Squadron, 359th Fighter Group, from August 1944 through November 21, 1944, when he went MIA.
Capt. Thomas C. Sutton
Capt. Thomas C. Sutton of Santa Ana, CA, flew with the 370th Fighter Squadron, 359th Fighter Group, from April 1945 through Septmeber 1945. Prior to joining the 359th FG he flew in the MTO.

Lt. James J. O´Shea
Lt. James J. O'Shea of New York City, NY, served with the 370th Fighter Squadron, 359th Fighter Group, from July 1944 through September 11, 1944, when he was KIA.
Capt. Lewis G. Crane
Capt. Lewis G. Crane of Auburn, NY, served with the 368th Fighter Squdron, 359th Fighter Group, from September 1944 through April 1945.
Lt. Boyd N. Adkins
Lt. Boyd N. Adkins Jr. of Stiltner, WV, flew with the 368th Fighter Squadron, 359th Fighter Group, from September 1944 through April 1945.
Lt. Emry C. Cook
Lt. Emery C. Cook of Waterford, CT, flew 270 hours of combat missions with the 368th Fighter Squadron, 359th Fighter Group, from June 1944 through December 1944. With one aerial victory, his aircraft included P-51B CV-P 43-12478.

Lt. Russell E. Shouse
Lt. Russell E. Shouse of Jasonville, IN, served with the 370th Fighter Squadron, 359th Fighter Group from December 1944 through September 1945, flying P-51D CS-K 44-13996 "Little Butch."

Lt. Albert E. Bennyworth
Lt. Albert E. Bennyworth of Nashville, TN, served with the 370th Fighter Squadron, 359th Fighter Group, from March 1945 to September 1945.
Lt. Seymour Smith
Lt. Seymour Smith of New York City, NY, served with the 370th Fighter Squadron, 359th Fighter Group, from December 1944 to September 1945.
F/O Harley E. Berndt
F/O Harley E. Berndt of Wansan, WI, served with the 369th Fighter Squadron, 359th Fighter Group, from January 1945 through August 1945, flying 16 combat missions totaling 76 hours. He flew P-51D IV-S 44-15215 "Torchy."

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