Albert Sidney Johnston, Jr.

by Duff Johnston O'Dell
(Grapevine, Texas USA)

My Daddy flew 23 missions with the 514 Bomb Squadron/376 BG from Dec. 18, 1944 on Ship #77 through April 26, 1945 on Ship #26. I have his journal with notes on all 23 missions. I'm trying to find the names of his crew members and any photos available.I have a number of aerial photos of bombing mission targets and one photo of his crew in front of his airplane. I'd be glad to share those if anyone is interested.

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Oct 05, 2020
Our Dads Were Crewmates
by: Stu Young


Thanks so much for posting your dad's diary on the 376th website. Our dads were crewmates for 16 credited missions and also for a few turnbacks. I sent you an email and I am interested in the Ehrenberg crew picture you have, especially if it is not the one I posted on this site. Thanks. What a time our dads went through flying those missions! We owe them lots!

Stu Young

Aug 16, 2020
by: Anonymous

Please post your photos to this site. You have a good chance someone will recognize a crew member or even targets.
I hope you have seen the reunion is in NM Sept 2021, Albuquerque

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