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Elliott S. Moorhead III, Marauder Man
322 Bomb Group, 452 Bomb Squadron

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Introducing "Mat", our French Setter with Doodle and myself. France Feb 26, 1945

Elliott Swift Moorhead III - 1944 Ireland
   

Cozy eh! You should see this palace inside
Nov. 30, 1944

F-82 Captain Elliott Moorhead - Pilot.
Mitchell Air Force Base Hempstead,
Long Island, New York 1949
   

June 20, 1945 - Wayne Omo (sp?) and I
sweating in a mission by the meat wagon

France 1945 Guess who?
Censored by Lt. ES Moorhead
 

This was the ship. I owe a lot to her - perhaps my life. Nov. 30, 1944

1944 ES Moorhead and crew B-26 Combat crew assigned July 9, 1944 Pilot 2nd Lt James H Amick; Co-pilot 2nd Lt Elliott S Moorhead; Bombardier 2nd Lt Robert D Degarmo; EG Pvt Herbert B Rifkin; ROG Cpl Eli S Radanovich; AG Sgt Raymond P Pelkington.

452nd Bombardment Squadron

   

France 1945 - A group picture of us listening to my bombardier. Censored by Lt ES Moorhead

France 1945 Pilot ES Moorhead III and his crew.
   

From left to right -
Lt Elliott Moorhead - Pilot
Major Jim Depew Army Infantry
1st Lt Jim Amick - Pilot
1st Lt Wally Jungle - Pilot
Lt Bob Farrell - Pilot

Feb 26, 1945 Beauvaitille, France

France Jan 1945 - The guys who keep Tent 3 from starving - the mess Sgts
   

I'm telling Doodle to sit still
Feb 26, 1945 France

The caption handwritten on the back of the photo was made by Elliott's mother, Earl. "On the opposite side of this vellum - you can gaze upon the features of a boy who had the Lords aura around him on Nov 28th 1944 p.s. This picture was made by the Army Dec 2nd '44 after Buz escaped from Germany - he parachuted at 1200 ft and landed in a battle - a week later he had pneumonia in a Paris Hospital. Earl"
   

Jan 15,1945 - The latest in keeping warm

August 8, 1944 - Clark McKennian and I somewhere in Northern Ireland. Please notice how happy we are about the whole thing- We reserve all rights on this for sale to Walt Disney.
   

The "Doc" and I take a rest on the old woodpile. We now have a hand-saw and coal. You can see here - even if I'm sitting that the excess weight is gone with the wind.

June 15, 1945 France
Wally said "stop" and smile - I was returning to the sack from...eh, well I was returning.
   

1943 - We are in sun tan khaki now
and I'm not that heavy.

France January 1945 - The name on this wagon stopped press releases on mentioning the name of the ship. Capt Mac and I after a flight
   

Without Gloves, Maxwell Field Alabama

Daily drill & formation, Maxwell Field Alabama
   

Jan 17, 1945 France - Jim and I doing a little pantomime on his new promotion.

Rock Hill S.C.
C.T.D.
Out at the field
   

We look like 5 characters in this shot...and we felt like less at that time. Left to Right 1. Joe Vaccaro - S/Sgt Radio-gunner 2. Me 3. Vic Hansa - 2nd Lt - Navigator 4. Milt Collings - T/Sgt - Tailgunner 5. Fred Wilson - 1st Lt - Bombardier  Censored by Lt ES Moorhead

I made Jim stand in a hole. How do you like our shack? Nov. 30, 1944
   

At the Chateau in Belgium - 1945
Wally Junge & Elliott Moorhead
 
   

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