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Crew PILOT: Jack R.  SWARTOUT

"SKIPPER"of the 351st with her Jack R. Swartout crew; Standing from left; Dewey Christopher, Harry A. Bonn, John M. Delaney, Hugh H. Smallwood & Dorsett C. Bennett: Kneeling from left: Arch (Four Mile) Drummond, Ollen Turner, Jack R. Swartout, Albert D. Dahlgren & Leonard P. Bull. This is one of the 100th most famous crews, Swartout, it's pilot, is widely recognized as the 100th greatest combat leader. Detailed Information (from the collection of Bill Carleton)

 Col. Ollie Turner (2nd from left front) with the . Swartout Crew Information (100th Photo Archives) 

Crew Members:

Crew 1

NBR Person Position Status
1 MAJ Jack R. SWARTOUT P CPT
2 LT Arch DRUMMOND CP/P CPT
3 CAPT Leonard P. BULL NAV CPT
4 LT Albert D. DAHLGREN BOM CPT
5 T/SGT Dorsett C. BENNETT TTE CPT
6 S/SGT Hugh A. SMALLWOOD TTE CPT
7 T/SGT Robert L. MCKNIGHT ROG KIA
8 S/SGT Harry A. BONN BTG CPT
9 S/SGT John M. DELANEY WG CPT
10 S/SGT Joseph W. WEATHERLY TG RFS

PHOTOS:

 Jack R. Swartout Crew Detailed Information (100th Photo Archives) 

Courtesy of Bonn Family