by Lori Dain-Norris
(Union, Kentucky, USA)
I am Arlyn Dain's daughter Lori. I have the photo posted on this groups site with all identified. I received it from Ed Zook prior to his passing.
Bottom Row: L to R
Glenn Bodien, Lane Miller and Alvin Peters
Top Row L to R
Alan Barnette, Joseph Ripley, Andre Lesartre, Arlyn Dain, William Fitch and Roy Yates.
Missing from photo is Ed Zook. He stated he had a dental appointment the day this picture was taken.
I also have journals that Aryln kept with him through all the events including the day the ship was so compromised and they had to bail thus MIA for a couple days before being taken to Paris for debriefing, D-Day, various missions. Additional are scrap books showing the different ships, flight maps and love letters written to my mother Eveyln.
I will work to pull these photos together as I am in the process of emptying out the house they bought together in 1956 and where I was raised.
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