461st plaque

461st Bombardment Group (H)

764th Crews 765th Crews 766th Crews 767th Crews

 Anderson - #12/2  Arbuthnot - #39-1  Avery - #25  Baker - #22-1  Baran - #118  Barnes - #9/16  Beatty - #26-1  Bennett - #31  Blake - #7/26  Bloxom - #7/3-1  Brady - #24R  Brewster - #1/22  Bruning - #29R  Butler - #4/16-3  Caran - #3/3  Carr - #25  Chalmers - #23-1  Childrey - #36  Cooper - #4614  Crossman - #5993  Cunningham - #26R  Demmond - #4/16-2  Ford - #29  Frattone - #??  Fulks - #31  Garrison - #28  Githens - #21-1  Gray - #27-1  Green - #20-1  Grimm - #35  Hayes - #119  Heinze - #23-2  Holly - #4/16-1  Huber - #37  Hughes - #90R  Jenkins - #30-1  Johnson - #7/23  Kelleher - #28-1  Kelliher - #89R  King - #39-?  Kostka - #33  Louches - #9/2  Marshall - #7/24  McDonnell - #4/7  McMillen - #90R  Michaelis - #1/6  Miller - #37R  Mixson - #24  Mohan - #7/24 Moore #31-2  Moss - #27  Myllmaki - #34R  Nixon - #30  Norris - #20  Peterson - #26  Phillips - #38-0  Porch - #150  Presho - #25R  Reiland - #4/16-10  Robinson - #21-1  Sage - #32  Schweisberger - #7/271  Schwisow - #7/27  Simons - #6230  Skinner - #38-2  Smith - #6409  Specht - #22  St. John - #30-1  Stanko - #448  Staples - #??  Stegeman - #22-2  Summers - #7/25  Tallant - #21  Taylor - #23  Traetta - #12/2-1 Turvey - #(25)  Vladyka - #36R  Waggoner  Warren - #5007  Weems - #34  Welton - #27R  West - #38-1  Whalen - #39R  Wnukoski - #5/7-3  Wojkowiak - #25-2  Woodruff - #33R  Yancey - #24-

Avery - #25

Avery crew #25 

Standing L-R: 1st Lt. Harry M. First (N); F/O Robert B. Stewart (B); 2nd Lt. Warren O. Ludlum (CP); 2nd Lt. Richard E. Avery (P); T/Sgt. George Diamond (RO/WG)

Squatting L-R: S/Sgt. Peter N. Godino (TG); Sgt. Earl D. Blalock (G); Sgt. Charles A. Buxton (G); Sgt. Norm Wiseman (E); S/Sgt. Louis DiMartino (WG)

The following information comes from Steve Russell, Peter Godino's son-in-law.

This crew flew the "Piecemaker" on July 25, 1944 and was shot down.  This crew originally replaced William Dardens' crew that crashed into Huntington Lake, Ca., on December 6th, 1943, killing all but two.  The pilot, Richard E. Avery, was replaced by 1st Lt. Glenial Fulks.

Gennial Fulks 

Killed on the mission were pilot, 1st Lt. Glennial Fulks

Morris Krivitsky 

T/Sgt. Morris Krivitsky, top-turret gunner

Fred Duzan 

S/Sgt. Fred C. Duzan Jr., ball-turret gunner, S/Sgt. Walter R. Jaske, nose-gunner.