B-25 Mitchell bomber 'Tokyo Jo' with crew of 11th Bomb Squadron, US 341st Bomb Group, China, 2 Feb 1943

Caption     B-25 Mitchell bomber 'Tokyo Jo' with crew of 11th Bomb Squadron, US 341st Bomb Group, China, 2 Feb 1943 ww2dbase
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Photos on Same Day 2 Feb 1943
Added By C. Peter Chen

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1. Commenter identity confirmed C. Peter Chen says:
3 Mar 2011 06:36:42 PM

The men were, right to left:

Captain Everett W. Holstrom (pilot and squadron commander)
Lieutenant L. J. Murphy (co-pilot)
Captain Clayton Campbell (navigator)
Lieutenant George A. Stout (bombardier)
Technical Sergeant Douglas V. Radney (engineer/gunner)
Staff Sergeant Robert T. Schafer (radio/gunner)
2. Anonymous says:
3 Apr 2020 05:08:14 AM

How do you account for last person (L-R) wearing captain's bars on hat, if S/SGT?
3. Commenter identity confirmed C. Peter Chen says:
3 Apr 2020 12:59:11 PM

Thanks, anonymous of 3 Apr 2020. The "left to right" error has been corrected to "right to left".
4. Michael Murphy says:
24 Aug 2021 05:14:27 PM

The co-pilot in this photo is my father. Dad was somewhat reticent about his experiences, but I got him to talk about it a little bit. Some time after this picture was taken, his plane was shot down and he and his crew were rescued by a Chinese junk captained by a man named Au Shu Shin (spelling unsure).
Any info about his crew would be appreciated.

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