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Harold Sparks
Major Sparks served as the Commander of both
the 395th FS & 396th FS
Al "Flak" Schnedler
396th Fighter Squadron Photo Album Page S-Z
John Strickland
Ted Taubert
Murray Thaler &
Charles Romine
Arnold G. Stephens
Crew Chief
MACR# 7172
Items recently recovered from the Spencer crash site
Adolph Vnook
Franklin Dick, Angus, & Adolph Vnook
Edward Murray, Vnook, & farmer at Strip
A-3
Harold Sparks
returned home with
his nose art.  The
Sparks family donated
this priceless piece of
history to the Museum
of Flight in Seattle, WA
The museum has a
large display of 368th
FG items.

Museum of Flight
website
Frank Perego & Harold Sparks
George Waegener
George Waegener & Murray Thaler
Earl Kielgass & George
Waegener
Orville Weale
Jerry B. Tullis
(Back of Wilcox)
Kenneth Wilcox & Crew
23Dec44
FW-190
23Dec44
Me-109
13April45
AR-96B
MSgt Claude L. Williams
Bob Winchester
Ralph W. Scott
Edward Teague Jr.
Howard "Whistler" Wyatt
Donald Woshtok
KIA 18July44
MACR #7172, Shot down by flak near the Orne River, France.
P-47D 42-8673
Cemetery:  Onodaga Valley Cemetery
            Nedrow, NY
Jesse Spangler
Dominick Thomas
Sgt Raymond W. Smith
Sgt Dominick J. Thomas
and Frank C. Szcesuil
Bob Winchester & Tim Grace
368th FG Association Reunion 2010
Ed Storms
Photos from Ed Storms album
Courtesy of his wife Ruth Storms
Cockpit of the P-61 Blackwidow night
fighter
Straubing AB, Germany
A sad end to a 396th P-47, cut for scrap
1LT John R. Spencer
2nd Lt. Jack Hunter Sharp
KIA 24April45
MACR #14095, Bomb blast near
Ingolstadt-Barreweiher, Germany.
P-47D-30-RA 44-33151
Cemetery:  Fairview Cemetery
             Middletown, NJ
Temporary grave site
of Lt Sharp
Jack Sharp's twin brother Robert R. Sharp
was also a pilot in the 396th FS