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William F. Sheehey, Pilot
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WILLIAM F. SHEEHEY CREW - 358th BS
(crew assigned 358BS: 07 April 1945 - photo: 09 April 1945)

(Back L-R) 1Lt William P. Sheehey (P)(3),
F/O Phillip L. Stock, Jr. (N)(1)(5)

(Front L-R) Sgt Lloyd D. Smith (R)(6), Sgt Billy W. Hall (TG)(7),
Sgt James P. Miller (E)(7), Sgt Gene B. Williams (WG)(2),
Sgt Victor M. Craig (BTG)(7), Sgt Burnham J. Young (Tog)(7)

Photo Notes:

  1. F/O 2Lt Clarence W. Sichley (CP)(5) - Not in photo
  2. Sgt Gene B. Williams (WG) - Deleted from crew when crew size was changed from nine to 8 men. Flew no 303rd BG(H) combat missions.
Combat missions flown by members of the 1Lt William F. Sheehey Crew as indicated in the Crew Notes
  • 360 - 15 April 1945 - To Bordeaux/Royan, Fr
  • 362 - 17 April 1945 - To Dresden, Gr.
  • 363 - 20 April 1945 - To Treuenbrietzen, Gr
  • 364 - 25 April 1945 - To Pilsen, Czech.
Crew Notes:
  1. 1Lt William F. Sheehey (P) - Flew on two missions: 2Lt Everett H. Thorton (P) and 1Lt William P. Sheehey (CP) - (360); 1Lt Sheehey (P) - (362)
  2. 2Lt Clarence W. Sichley (CP) - Flew on four missions: 2Lt Rudolph L. Griffith (P) - (360), 1Lt William F. Sheehey (P) - (362), Capt Campbell Miller (P) - (363), 1Lt Jerome Milman (P) - (364)
  3. F/O Philip L. Stock, Jr. (N) - Flew on three missions: 1Lt William F. Sheehey (P) - (360, 362), Capt Campbell Miller (P) - (363)
  4. Sgt Lloyd D. Smith (R) - Flew on four missions: 1Lt William F. Sheehey (P) - (360, 362), Capt Campbell Miller (P) - (363), 2Lt Oliver L. Bashor (P) - (364)
  5. Sgt Burnham J. Young (Tog), Sgt James P. Miller (E), Sgt Victor M. Craig (BTG) and Sgt Billy W. Hall (TG) - Flew on three missions: 1Lt William F. Sheehey (P) - (360, 362), Capt Campbell Miller (P) - (363)
[photo courtesy of Victor M. Craig]
[Researched by 303rdBGA Historian Harry D. Gobrecht]