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Sgt Joseph J. Hanson
Crew Chief
Lynn Hagemeister & Jack Mass
395th Fighter Squadron Photo Album Page H-J
Dr. Hubert B. Haywood
395th Flight Surgeon
Crew Chief's Sgt J.J. Hanson,
Sgt Allen Olson, &
Sgt Charles Matthews
J.J Hanson & Chuck Richards
Robert Hellwig
Homer Hayes
Sgt Hanson was wounded on
7Jan45 by a German mine that
exploded in the 395th area.  
Sgt Hanson was awarded his
Purple Heart in March 2008.  
Click here to read the
newspaper article.  You can
also read more on page 132 of
Second to None.
Bob Hellwig & Armament
Officer George Coburn Jr.
Bob Hellwig in Cannes
Donald Huntley
Crew Chief
"The Down Necker"
Hellwig nose art
Thomas F. Hoade
and his plane "Passionate Violet"
George Hughes
Don Huff with Crew Chief
Sgt Charles Matthews
James Ivey Jr. &
his plane "Miss B"
Howard W. "Swede" Jensen
Acrojets P-80 Shooting Star flown by Col "Swede" Jensen
on loan from the USAF Museum to Kalamazoo Air Zoo
Walt Johnson &
His plane "Ridge Runner"
Also credited with
1 damaged FW-190
"With the perseverance of his sons Gerry and Billy and his daughter Anne,
Congresswoman Carolyn McCarthy recently presented Hanson with the Purple
Heart, which he earned on January 6, 1944."   
Tom Hoade with Wayland's plane
Col "Swede" Jensen and other Acrojets
pilots at the 1949 National Air Races in Ohio
Col. Homer Hayes, USAF Retired
Homer Hayes remained in the Air Force and flew
combat missions in Vietnam in the F-4 Phantom
KIA 16Feb45
MACR # Unknown, Shot down by flak near
Schoos, Germany.
Cemetery:  Unknown
Dale L. Jewkes
+ 2 FW-190's Credited as
A-7R S/N 42-29298 P-47D-28RA "The Down Necker"
Lynn renamed the plane after his wife Jinnie
Bob Hellwig's A7-R  P-47D-23RA
"The Down Necker"
Circa May 1944