461st plaque

461st Bombardment Group (H)

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

Ahlberg - #42 Barcus - #123 Barnes - #53 Barnhart - #59 Bauman - #44 Baumann - #46 Bigelow - #54 Bontempo - #1/26 Boyd - #44R Bridges - #5/5 Brothers - #41 Chester - #9/1 Coates - #96- Coleman - #58- Conner - #4/7 Courtney - #50R Curtis - #152 DeSpain - #57-0 Donovan - #45 Dunn - #54-1 Edwards - #40 Ehrlich - #45R Falkner - #8/29 Farnham - #42R Fawcett - #50 Fernsten - #49R Fink - #9/22 Friedersdorf - #8/28 Garner - #50-1 Guyton - #10/8 Hall - #6232 Hatem - #4/16-9 Hesser - #56 Holmes - #47 Hooper - #12/12 Hoskins - #124 Hutchison - #102 Jehli - #42-1 Kassian - #57R1 Kuhlman - 52R LaRock - #1/30 Ledendecker - #4/6 MacDougall - #41 Mahlum - #1/6 Malvin McKee - #154 Merkouris - #49-7 Miller - #10/23 Misius - #56R Moses - #7/25-1 Mowery - #49 Nixon - #42 O'Neal - #10/31 Pearce - #55R Philips - #8/22 Ray - #58-0 Ridenour - #3/3 Roberts - #52R Robertson - #48 Seeman - #43 Settle - #55 Shaw - #43-1 Sidovar - #10/16-1 Simon - #53 Sobieski - #8/22 Sterret - #7/12 Tebbens - #3/12 Thomas - #46R Townsley - #58-2 Trier - #55-1 Vahldieck - #1/30 Vanderhoeven - #50-1 Ward - #53-2 Webb - #6781 Webb - #8/28 Wiemann - #6413 Wilson - #44-1 Wilson - #52 Wood - #51 Wren - #7/23 Wright - #52-1 Yetter - #56R Zive - #59-0

Zive - #59-0

MACR #6399

Zive crew #59-0 

Back Row L-R: Shonzeit, Marvin (B); Mailhot, Bertrand R. (CP); Zive, Samuel M. (P); Novak, Joseph F. (N); Wiemann, Ned W. (BTG)

Front Row L-R: Carlock, Albert F. (RO/G); Thomas, Berry J. (E/G); Clark, Bevins, (NTG); Schwartz, Murray (TTG); Furrow, Howard R. (TG)

Turner 

Thanks to Doris Porter

Robert M. Turner

Although not a member of this crew or even this Squadron,

Bob flew with this crew on 26 June 1944 when they crashed.

Albert Franklin Carlock

Courtesy of Jon Ridgeway, cousin of Albert Carlock

Albert Franklin Carlock was born in 1917 to Moses F. and Nora (Donahue) Carlock. Albert joined in October 1942, received instruction as a radio operator in Chicago, and served as radio operator and gunner in 766th Bombardment Squadron, 461st Bombardment Group (H), Fifteenth Air Force, after his assignment there April 11, 1944. His B-24 Liberator was named Heaven Can Wait, and was piloted by Lt. Samuel M. Zive, crew #59-0.