Paul Davis crew ferried HALPRO B-24 Yank overseas. There is no known photo of the passengers and crew. Their names were:
Pilot Capt. Paul Davis
Co-Pilot 2/Lt. Edward A. Crouchley
Nav/Bomb. 2/Lt. William R. Joyner
Engineer Sgt. Joe C. Saia
Radio Op. Cpl. Raul R. Venegas
Armorer S/Sgt. Ralph Alexander
Gunner Sgt. Edward F. Weingart
Passengers Lt. Col. Floyd N. Shumaker,
Gen. Ping Han Whang (see note below),S/Sgt. Donald Ward
The following was written about General Whang in "The LIberandos:"
A tragic figure during the initial days at Fayid was Chinese General P.H. Whang, who had been on hand since HALPRO's inception as Generalissimo Chiang Kai-Shek’s personal liaison. 9 In all of the conferences presided over by the RAF, which addressed HALPRO's operational role in the Middle East, Whang was never invited. Embittered by this rejection, he requested to be returned to China. George Whitlock and Co-Pilot John Medford were detached to fly him to India and on to his homeland.
9 Gen. Whang survived the war and went on to become an export broker in Hong Kong.
According to Richard MIller, Whitlock and Medford returned on June 20th from their trip to India.