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S/SGT  Robert G. SCHULTZ

UNIT: 350th BOMB Sqdn POSITION: WG
SERIAL #: STATUS: CPT
MACR:

Comments1: TORONTO, OH "DUTCH"

COMMENTS & NOTES

MEMO 1:

CREW

SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH
SPECIAL ORDER NUMBER 73
13 MARCH, 1944

CREW #3805
2ND LT (1024) CARL K BAKER            0-760764-ROSWELL, N.M
2ND LT (1022) CHARLES L EDMONDSON 0-819070-LOCKBOUNE, OHIO
CPL        (757) DENNY J. HEWITT     15132177 
SGT       (748) EARL H KESEL         15196729
CPL        (612) JOY G. WARD         38345295

FILLER CREW
PFC (611) GORDON N WICKSTROM             39212934
PFC (611) ARTHUR FITZPATRICK                32941697
CPL (612) ROBERT G "DUTCH". SCHULTZ     35605897
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CREW AT THORPE ABBOTTS

2nd Lt Carl K. Baker                         P      CPT     3/3/45 BRUNSWICK
2nd Lt Charles L. Edmondson           CP     CPT    22/3/45 ALHORN (with Lt A.G.  Larsen Crew) SN# 0-819070
2nd Lt Gould Cline                          NAV     NOC   MOST LIKELY TAKE OFF CREW AT COMBAT CREW REPLACEMENT CENTER. 
S/Sgt Denny J .Hewitt                   WG     CPT     3/3/45 BRUNSWICK (MOVED TO ROG WHEN SCHULTZ WENT TO LT DANIELS CREW)
S/Sgt Earl H. Kesel                        TTE     CPT     3/3/45 BRUNSWICK
Sgt Arthur F. Fitzpatrick                 BTG     NOC
S/Sgt Joy G. Ward                        WG     CPT  3/3/45 BRUNSWICK (added to crew when Hewitt becomes ROG.) 
Sgt Robert G. "Dutch" Schultz        ROG    CPT TRANSFERRED TO LT C.O. DANIELS CREW, FLEW 17 MISSIONS WITH THEM       
Cpl Joseph Wastart                        TG     CPT  3/3/45   BRUNSWICK

350th Sqdn.  Crew,as above,joined 100th Group on 7/9/44   
No Navigator or Bombardier. On crew List of 30/9/44 this is shown as crew #34 with some changes: A Lt.W.W.Pinson (from crew of H.E.Holladay) is the NAV, A S/Sgt J. Russell (From Lt Kassebaum Crew)  is named as TOG/NG  (flew 8 misisons with Baker Crew and CPT) and Sgt.R.G.Schultz is not on crew. 

Letter from C.O. Daniels of 28 Sept.1984 says that Sgt.Robert "Dutch" Schultz flew with him but had insufficient missons on 5/3/45 & was assigned to another crew to finish.  SGT. WILLIAM KILPATRICK, JR ,WG ON LT C.O. DANIELS CREW WAS REMOVED TO REDUCE TO 9 MAN CREW AND REASSIGNED TO CREW OF C.K. BAKER  AND WAS  WOUNDED IN ACTION 30 NOV 44 ON 18TH MISSION.

Michael,
 
"Attached is a copy of my mission and a picture of the crew. Ward did come on later.  "Dutch" Schultz was radio operator that flew over seas with us then he went on the Daniels crew.  The last plane we flew on 12/31/44  "Bachlor's Heaven", 44-8284 LN-H,  we crash landed at Tibenham, a B-24 base, about 20 miles from the 100 BG.  We blew#2 Eng. On take off and flew 7 minutes before crash landing.  Crew all got out and was o.k. and flew a mission on 1/3/45.
 
C. Baker Crew had a navigator, Gould Cline, assigned to him when we went over seas.  Gould is from the NW, Idaho.  He said, "Idaho had the prettiest girls in the world."  I flew my last five missions with Arthur Larsen.  My last mission was 3/22/45.  On the 3/31/45 his crew went down and there was only one survivor.  
 
Hope this helps.  I will not be able to send any more for about one month, my internet helper will be back then.  The attached mission is not real good quality, if you can't read it, let me know and I could type it.
 
Charles L. Edmondson, CP on Lt Baker Crew

1ST LT CHARLES L. EDMONDSON  0-819070

Date         Last Name     Initial Rank Position Aircraft Nbr Target

Mission #1
9/28/1944 FITZPATRICK A.F. SGT   BTG    38436 MERSEBERG
9/28/1944 BAKER C.K.          LT      P       38436 MERSEBERG
9/28/1944 WASTART J.        CPL    TG     38436 MERSEBERG
9/28/1944 WARD J.G.          SGT    RWG 38436 MERSEBERG
9/28/1944 KESEL E.H.          S/SGT TTE   38436 MERSEBERG
9/28/1944 HEWITT D.J.       S/SGT ROG   38436 MERSEBERG
9/28/1944 RUSSELL W.J.      S/SGT TOG   38436 MERSEBERG
9/28/1944 EDMONDSON C.L. LT      CP     38436 MERSEBERG
9/28/1944 PINSON W.W.      LT      NAV   38436 MERSEBERG

no credit for mission: 
9/30/1944 BAKER C.K.          LT      P       38436 BIELEFELD
9/30/1944 EDMONDSON C.L. LT      CP     38436 BIELEFELD
9/30/1944 PINSON W.W.      LT      NAV  38436 BIELEFELD
9/30/1944 RUSSELL W.J.      S/SGT TOG  38436 BIELEFELD
9/30/1944 HEWITT D.J.       S/SGT ROG   38436 BIELEFELD
9/30/1944 KESEL E.H.          S/SGT TTE   38436 BIELEFELD
9/30/1944 FITZPATRICK A.F SGT    BTG    38436 BIELEFELD
9/30/1944 WARD J.G.          SGT    RWG   38436 BIELEFELD
9/30/1944 WASTART J.       CPL     TG     38436 BIELEFELD

2.     10/09/44   MAINZ, GER.
3.     10/12/44   BREMEN, GER.
4.     10/15/44   COLOGNE, GER.
5.     10/17/44   COLOGNE, GER.
6.     10/18/44   KASSEL, GER.
7.     10/19/44   LUDWIGSHAVEN, GER.
8.     10/30/44   MERSEBURG, GER, RECALL, GOT CREDIT FOR MISSION
9.     11/02/44   MERSEBURG, GER.
10.   11/06/44   NEUMUNSTER, GER.
11.   11/09/44   SAARBRUCKEN, GER. 
12.   11/10/44   MAINZ, GER.
13.   11/16/44   LANGERWEHE (AACHEN AREA)
14.   11/29/44   HAMM, GER. 
15.   11/30/44   MERSEBURG, GER.
16.   12/11/44   KOBLENZ, GER.
17.   12/18/44   MAINZ, GER.
18.   12/27/44   FULDA, GER.
19.   12/29/44   FRANKFURT, GER.
20.   01/03/45   FULDA, GER. 
21.   01/05/45   FRANKFURT, GER.
22.   01/10/45   DUISBURG, GER.
23.   01/28/44   DUISBURG, GER.  
24.   02/06/45   CHEMNITZ, GER.
25.   02/14/45   CHEMNITZ, GER.
26.   02/15/45   COTTBUS, GER.
27.   02/28/45   KASSEL, GER. 
28.   03/03/45   BRUNSWICK, GER.
29.   03/10/45   DORTMUND, GER. 
30.   03/11/45   HAMBURG, GER.
31.   03/14/45   HANOVER, GER.
32.   03/17/45   PLAUEN, GER.
33.   03/22/45   ALHORN, GER.
 
Thought you guys might find this interesting. I heard from William J. Russell. He says: 
I don't believe I can be of very much help to you, and I am sorry about that. Also I do not have a computer. I was the right waist gunner on Les Kassebaum's crew. We started our combat missions in June 1944, and after 15 combat missions, was taken off my crew and made a spare gunner, as were the 10th man on every crew were of every B-17 in England. The reason being that the machine gun pointing to the tail of the plane wasn't of much use. This was the radio man's gun. So in case of an attack by German fighter planes the radio man would go to the right waist position and man that gun. So the B17s which had a crew of ten were reduced to a crew of nine. All spare gunners only had a chance to fly with another crew, if they happened to be short a man or men because of death or serious injury to anyone or more during combat missions, or drunkenness or any other cause of not being able to fly with their crew. 

My crew and all crews at that time had to fly 35 combat missions to be able to leave and come home. Spare gunners could go home after 25 mission because of the infrequency that we flew. I had 15 combat missions with Les Kassebaums crew when I was taken off and made a spare gunner and flew two missions with two different crews whom I can't remember. Then I, as many others were trained as togglers. We did the bombardiers job of dropping bombs etc. we did everything a bombardier did, except use the Norden Bomb Sight. The bombardier in the lead plane used the Bomb sight and also dropped a smoke bomb, which we dropped on. 
I now had 15 missions completed with my crew, and two as a spare gunner for a total of 17, at which time I was assigned to Baker's Crew as a toggler, and completed my last 8 missions and came home after 25 missions. I flew four different positions on a B17. Tail gunner, right waist gunner, top turret gunner and toggler. 

My original crew finished 35 missions and come home in October of 44. I believe I came home in November after 25 missions. 
It could be possible that maybe Dick (Mullaney from Lt Dawson Crew) wound up as I did, as a spare gunner. Maybe I am just guessing, he was never assigned to another crew? Maybe he was? I have no way of knowing. I am ashamed to admit I can't remember Dick. I must have known him for a very short time. I'm sure he was a wonderful young man, and as he mentioned I had 23 missions completed, needing two more to come home. Russ he mentioned could be me? I don't know. I don't know who Pat was? We flew in three plane elements that was wing to wing etc. Merseburg was an Oil Refinery, and a very dangerous Combat mission that really scared all of us. 

I am enclosing the address of Lloyd H. Luckow 1171 Olslenway Drive, Houston, Texas 77070-2809. Luke is our navigator and stayed at the base even after I came home. Tell him Bill Russell gave you his address. He may be able to help you? Maybe not at all.

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MISSIONS OF T/SGT DENNY J. HEWITT (LUCKY BASTARD CIRTIFICATE SAYS 34 CREDITED MISSIONS)

1.      9/28/44   MERSEBERG
         9/30/44   BIELEFELD
2.     10/02/44   KASSEL
3.     10/09/44   MAINZ, GER.
4.     10/12/44   BREMEN, GER.
5.     10/15/44   COLOGNE, GER.
6.     10/17/44   COLOGNE, GER.
7.     10/18/44   KASSEL, GER.
8.     10/19/44   LUDWIGSHAVEN, GER.
9.     10/30/44   MERSEBURG, GER, RECALL, GOT CREDIT FOR MISSION
10.   11/02/44   MERSEBURG, GER.
11.   11/06/44   NEUMUNSTER, GER.
12.   11/09/44   SAARBRUCKEN, GER. 
13.   11/10/44   MAINZ, GER.
14.   11/16/44   LANGERWEHE (AACHEN AREA)
15.   11/29/44   HAMM, GER. 
16.   11/30/44   MERSEBURG, GER. 
17.   12/11/44   KOBLENZ, GER.
18.   12/18/44   MAINZ, GER.
19.   12/27/44   FULDA, GER.
20.   12/29/44   FRANKFURT, GER.
       12/31/44   HAMBURG-CRACK UP, CRASH LANDED AT TIBENHAM 
21.   01/03/45   FULDA, GER. 
22.   01/05/45   FRANKFURT, GER.
23.   01/10/45   COLOGNE, GER.
24.   01/13/45   MAINZ, GER
25.   01/14/45   DERBEN, GER
26.   01/17/45   HAMBURG, GER
27.   01/20/45   HEILBRONN, GER
28.   01/28/44   DUISBURG, GER.  
29.   02/06/45   CHEMNITZ, GER.
30.   02/14/45   CHEMNITZ, GER.
31.   02/15/45   COTTBUS, GER.
32.   02/28/45   KASSEL, GER.
33.   03/03/45   BRUNSWICK, GER.


30 NOVEMBER 44- THE 350TH BOMB SQUADRON, CONSISTING OF TWELVE (12) AIRCRAFT, PART OF A GREAT BOMBER FORCE TOOK OFF FROM THORPE ABBOTT AIRFIELD (US) ON AN OPERATIONAL MISSION TO BOMB THE SYNTHETIC OIL REFINERIES AT MERSEBURG, GERMANY.  THE SQUADRON, OF WHICH AIRCRAFT NUMBER 436-T WASN AN ELEMENT, AND ON WHICH STAFF SERGEARNT WILLIAM KILPATRICK, JR 42026341, TOGGLIER FLEW AS A MEMBER OF THE CREW, ARRIVED NEAR THE TARGET AT APPROXIMATELY 1300 HOURS AND STARTED THE BOMB RUN.  THE FLAK WAS VERY INTENSE AND VERY ACCURATE. S/SGT WILLIAM KILPATRICK, JR WAS HIT IN HIS LEFT ARM AT EXACTLY 1306 HOURS BY A PIECE OF FLAK, THE IMPACT OF THE MISSILE KNOCKING HIM FROM HIS SEAT IN THE NOSE OF THE AIRCRAFT, DISCONNECTING HIS INTERPHONE AND HIS OXYGEN.  HOWEVER, WITH WHAT COULD BE TERMED HEROIC DETERMINATION, HE CRAWLED BACK TO HIS POSITION, CONNECTED HIS INTERPHONE AND OXYGEN, AND DESPITE HIS BROKEN ARM AND SERVERE PAIN, PROCEEDED TO CARRY OUT HIS DUTY AND DROP THE BOMBS AT 1310 WHICH WAS SQUADRON BOMBING TIME. S/SGT KILPATRICK WAS GIVEN FIRST AID IMMEDIATELY AND DURING THE JOURNEY HOMEWARD.
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Letter from C.O. Daniels of 28 Sept.1984 says that Sgt.Robert "Dutch" Schultz flew with him but had insufficient missons on 5/3/45 & was assigned to another crew to finish.

CREW

2ND LT CECIL O. DANIELS                  P CPT 03 JAN 45 FULDA  sn# 0-808196
2ND LT GORDON A. HANSEN            CP CPT 03 JAN 45 FULDA finished with 33 missions
2ND LT JOHN V. LARSON               NAV CPT DATE & MISSION UNKNOWN (LEAD NAV ON LT C. DANIELS PATHFINDER CREW)
2ND LT ROBERT L. STORY             BOM WIA 17 OCT 44  COLOGNE (TAPS 1967)
    CPL HOWARD A. DRALLE            ROG WIA 03 OCT 44 NURNBURG
    SGT SAMUEL M. WOLFE, JR.         TTE WIA 15 OCT 44 COLOGNE (TAPS 1984)
    CPL LESLIE P. MILLS                  BTG CPT 03 JAN 45 FULDA
    CPL JOSEPH W. ADAMS, JR.            WG GND FOR MEDICAL REASONS (CHRONIC AIR SICKNESS)
    CPL WILLIAM KILPATRICK, JR        WG REMOVED TO REDUCE TO 9 MAN CREW AND REASSIGNED TO CREW OF C.K. BAKER, 
                                                                WOUNDEDIN ACTION 30 NOV 44 ON 18TH MISSION.
    CPL JORGEN N. NIELSEN              TG CPT 03 JAN 45 FULDA

350th Sqdn. Crew 28.   Crew, as above joined the 100th on 25 Jul 1944.
Crew flew  "Spirit of Pittwood" #46297
Ground Crew Chief: Sgt John C. Riffle

Lt .Micheljon flew the first 2 missions as CP for crew orientation instead of Lt Gordon Hansen.  

At Thorpe Abbotts, Lt John Larson was selected for lead crew training and replaced on the Daniels crew by F/O Richard A. Nesline who CPT on 3 Jan 1945 with 35 sorties. Promoted to 1st Lt before returning to the ZOI. (zone of the interior)

On the 03 Oct 1944 Nuernburg mission Howard Dralle recieved a piece of flak through his left knee, thought seriouly wounded he applied a tourniquet and kept shooting morphine and performing his duties all the way to the target. When they returned to Thorpe Abbotts it was determined his left leg could not be saved and it was amputated just above the knee. When Colonel Jeffrey brough over his Purple Heart he asked the Colonel if he could use a one-legged Radio Operator. Jeffrey replied, through misty eyes, that the medics would frown on it.  Howard Dralle was replaced by Sgt Robert G. "Dutch" Schultz who flew 17 missions before being assigned to another crew where he finished his tour.
"Dutch Schultz came overseas with the Crew of Lt C.K. Baker

Joseph Adams was removed from crew after one  mission and assigned to 350th operations by Maj. Rosenthal for medical reasons (chronic air sickness-see info below).  He was replaced by S/Sgt Remi G. Eberenz from the A.S. Spear crew.

Sgt Sam Wolfe Jr TTE, hit in ankle 10/15/44 over Cologne on 19th Mission by Flak.  Replacement unknown

Crew received 3 Purple Hearts and was credited with 3 Enemy A/C 1destroyed, 1 probable, 1 damaged (all info provided by Cecil O. Daniels, entered by mpf)

CREW flying at end of tour:

1st Lt Cecil O. Daniels           Pilot
1st Lt Gordon A. Hansen        CP
F/O Richard A. Nesline          Nav
        ?                           Toggleer
Sgt. Robert G."Dutch" Schultz ROG
        ?                           TTE
S/Sgt Leslie P. Mills               BTG
S/Sgt Jorgen N. Nielson        TG
S/Sgt Remi G. Eberenz          WG

  MISSIONS OF LT CECIL DANIELS CREW:

  1.  8/4/44  Hamburg (only mission flown by S/Sgt Joseph Adams.  Grounded due to air sickness)
  2.  8/5/44  Magdeburg (S/Sgt Remi G. Eberenz replaces S/Sgt Adams as Waist Gunner)
  3.  8/6/44  BERLIN
  4.  8/11/44  Paris
  5.  8/13/44  Nantes
  6.  8/14/44  Ludwigshaven
  7.  8/15/44  Venlo
  8.  8/24/44  Ruhland
  9.  9/1/44  Mainz
  10. 9/3/44  Crozon, Breast Penn.
  11. 9/9/44  Dusseldorf
  12. 9/10/44  Nurnburg
  13. 9/25/44  Ludwigshaven
  14. 9/26/44  Bremen
  15. 9/27/44  Mainz
  16. 9/28/44  Mersburg
`  17. 10/2/44  Kassel
  18. 10/3/44  Nurnburg (T/Sgt Dralle Hit over Koblenz, Lost Leg. Replaced by Sgt. "Dutch" Schultz
  19. 10/15/44	` Cologne (Sgt Wolfe hit in ankle by flak, put in hospital.  Replaced by unknown TTE)
  20. 10/17/44  Cologne (Lt Story injured, flak in eye, replaced by unknown toggleer)
  21. 10/19/44  Ludwigshaven
  22. 10/22/44  Munster
  23. 10/26/44  Hanover
  24. 11/9/44  Saarbrucken
  25. 11/21/44  Osnabruck
  26. 12/4/44  Friedburg
`  27. 12/11/44  Coblenz
  28. 12/18/44  Mainz
  29. 12/25/44  Kaiserlautern
  30. 12/27/44  Fulda
  31. 12/29/44  Frankfurt
  32. 12/30/44  Kassel
  33. 12/31/44  Hamburg
  34.   1/2/45  Bad Kreuznach
  35.   1/3/45  Fulda

  Flak leave: 10/5/44 to 10/12/44
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Thank you Michael.  I only flew on our first mission on Aug. 4,1944 to Hamburg.  After several pratcice missions was grounded for chronic Air Sickness.  Rosie put me in the 350th operations office as a Clerk Typest. (thank goodness I learned to type in high school) as a Staff Sargent.  That was  my job until the 100th came home in Dec. 1945 on the Queen Mary.  A 5 day trip and I was sick for 6 days from that trip.  Even Daniels couldn't remember who replaced Wolf as Top Turret Engineer and Lt. Story (Bombardier) as Toggler. I did not keep a Diary - sorry.  I might find some photo's.  Where should I mail them?......JOSEPH ADAMS, WG.
 
In a message dated 12/19/2008 3:03:45 P.M. Eastern Standard Time, MPFaley writes:
Hi Joseph,
 I will get this taken care of Sir.  Can I ask you some questions concerning your time in the 100th BG?
 
How many missions did you fly before being taken off flying Status? 
Do you have a list of those missions?
What was the medical reason for being grounded.
At the end of hostilities, Lt Daniels had a new Top Turret Engineer and Toggler, do you know who they were? These are the only two people I cannot pin down on the Crew?
Did you keep any kind of Diary you could share with us?
Rosie put you in 350th Operations, what was your Job there?
Do you have any Crew photos taken with you on the crew or with others you could share with us?
 
Thanks Joseph and sorry to hear about the loss of your Pilot.  
 
Michael Faley
100th Bomb Group Historian 
100th Bomb Group Photo Archives


In a message dated 12/19/2008 11:49:28 A.M. Pacific Standard Time, JAdams5075@aol.com  writes:
I am trying to report the death of a Pilot of the 350th Sqdn. 2nd. Lt. Cecil O. Daniels age 86.  He was the Pilot of "Spirit of Pittwood" from July 44 - Jan 45.  Died on July 14, 2008 Watseka, Ill.
 
I was a former member of his crew.  Joseph W. Adams


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NOTE:

CREW

Lt Paul L.Spurgeon                 P   CPT   2 JAN 45 BAD KREUZNACH
Lt John E. David                   CP   KIA    3 SEP 44 BREST (as pllot of own crew, see below)  
Lt John V.Larson                NAV   CPT 28 JAN 45 DUISBURG(Lead Nav originally from Lt C. Daniels Crew)  
Lt Frederick H.Theesfeld     BOM   CPT   7 MAR 45 SIEGEN, MY (S.T.)
 T/S&t E.S.Balcseniuk         ROG   NC
 T/Sgt Alfred J.Vignols        TTE   CPT   
 S/Sgt W.R.Klein                BTG   NC
 S/Sgt Thomas J.Dressel      WG  NC (Wounded 25/8/44 & month in hospital)
 S/Sgt Robert .E.Kauffman    TG  NC ( TG on crew of A.D.Elbel when joined the 100th, see below)

350th Sqdn. Crew appears as above on Roster of 25/8/44 target: (POLITZ) as Crew #29. Thls was probably a "pick up" crew. ( this information is suspect concerning this crew, likely they flew together very little, perhaps only once..jb).  Lt Spurgeon had a lead Crew and the actual make up of that crew is uncertain except for Lt Larson-Navigator who flew many if not all his missions with Lt Spurgeon.  It is know that they were leading on Nov 2, 1944 to Merseburg with Col Sammy Barr as Command Pilot.   

Lt Spurgeon took over "JIMB0" A/C 44-8226 LN-B in November 1944 and he selected the name. It was a nickname for his Stateside Wife.  Jimbo was painted on the left hand side of the aircraft.  On the cowlings of No 3 & 4 engines could be seen the names "Kay" and "Alice" probably put on by the ground crew.    

See S.D.C. p.33 & 95 "JIMB0" A/C 44-8226 LN-B  This was a Pathfinder aircraft originally assigned to the 95th Bomb Group (13th CBW HQ for Pathfinder Crews and Aircraft in Summer and early fall 1944) in October 1944. The practice during this time was to fly Pathfinder A/C from Horham to the surrounding airdromes to lead the 3rd Air Division Bomb Groups.   In late October this practice ceased and Pathfinders were assigned to each Bomb Group and both Crews and planes were maintained at their own bases.

MEMO 2:

KIA / MIA / EVA / INT INFORMATION:

TARGET: DATE:  
AIRCRAFT: CAUSE:  

BURIAL INFORMATION

PLOT: ROW:  
GRAVE: CEMETERY:  

PHOTOS:

Lt. Cecil O. Daniels Crew #28 of the "SPIRIT OF PITTWOOD", Back L. to R. Lt. Dick Nesline - NAV, Lt Gordon Hansen - CP, Lt. Cecil Daniels - P, Sgt. Robert Schultz - ROG, Front, Sgt Jorgen Nielsen - TG, Sgt Leslie Mills - BTG, Unkown, Sgt. Remi Ebernez - WG.       (100th Photo Archives)

 

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ID: 4632