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Friday, March 16, 2007

Anyone Remember the Beslan School?

FBI Puts Local Officials on Notice About Extremists Trying to Sign Up to Be School Bus Drivers

WASHINGTON — The FBI has issued an "informational bulletin" to state and local officials saying to watch out for people tied to extremist groups trying to earn licenses to drive school buses.

The Associated Press reports that members of the unnamed extremist groups have succeeded in gaining the drivers licenses, but a Department of Homeland Security official told FOX News that "at this time there is no evidence that any of these individuals have got these jobs, or got hold of school buses

But, of course, they also said there's "no reason for concern..." I wonder if Russian families would think that?

You can read the rest here.

Guess I'm just a little kooky, 'cause this concerns me. Then again, maybe it's just a case of terrorists wanting to "do the jobs Americans won't do" - you know, like kidnapping children...

We have GOT to start taking this threat seriously, before we're reminded of why we should.

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U.S. Navy Seaman Joshua Langland, assigned to USS Harpers Ferry, observes a dog-tag memorial dedicated to fallen servicemembers of the Battle of Iwo Jima, March 13, 2007. U.S. Navy photo by Petty Officer 2nd Class Adam R. Cole - Story

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Admiral Fallon Assumes Command of CENTCOM

Adm. William J. Fallon addresses service members and other attendees for the first time as commander of U.S. Central Command. Fallon took over for Gen. John P. Abizaid at a Change of Command ceremony held at MacDill Air Force Base in Tampa, Fla. Photo by Spc. Patrick A. Ziegler.

16 March 2007
By 1st Sgt. Marvin Baker
US CENTCOM Public Affairs

MACDILL AIR FORCE BASE, Fla. - Adm. William J. Fallon took charge of United States Central Command here Friday replacing the retiring Gen. John P. Abizaid.

Fallon, the former chief of the U.S. Pacific Command, now leads more than 200,000 service members deployed in CENTCOM’s area of responsibility, which includes 27 nations throughout Southwest Asia, the Middle East and the Horn of Africa.

Fallon is the first naval officer to assume command of CENTCOM, which began as the Rapid Deployment Joint Task Force in 1980.

Secretary of Defense, Robert M.Gates, presided during the ceremony, paying tribute to both Abizaid and Fallon during his keynote remarks.

He thanked Abizaid and his wife Kathy for the wonderful job they’ve both done for the United States and wished them well in their retirement. Abizaid wraps up 54 months at CENTCOM as both deputy commander and commander.

Following Fallon’s review of the troops, who included members of the CENTCOM component commands, Gates talked about the admiral. He said this is Fallon’s fourth, four-star assignment after being nominated for the CENTCOM post by President George W. Bush in January and getting confirmed by the Senate in February.

“Nobody would begrudge you if you asked for a well-deserved rest but me,” Gates said to Fallon. “We need you again.”

Fallon spoke about the way ahead. He said he puts a premium on good, strong relationships. The admiral added he will work hard to make that happen, especially in the AOR.

“We have been entrusted with a great responsibility in this part of the world,” Fallon said. “And despite the challenges, we have a lot going for us. The five branches serve so well around the world, around the clock. We have the support of the American people who want us to succeed.”

Fallon began his naval career in 1967 and has an impressive list of accomplishments since then. He flew the RA-5C Vigilante with a combat deployment to Vietnam , transitioning to the A-6 Intruder in 1974. He served in flying assignments with attack squadrons and carrier air wings for 24 years, deploying to the Mediterranean Sea, Atlantic, Pacific and Indian oceans embarked in USS Saratoga, USS Ranger, USS Nimitz, USS Dwight D. Eisenhower and USS Theodore Roosevelt. He has logged more than 1,300 carrier arrested landings and 4,800 flight hours in tactical jet aircraft.

Fallon’s awards include the Defense Distinguished Service Medal, the Distinguished Service Medal, the Defense Superior Service Medal, the Legion of Merit, the Bronze Star, the Meritorious Service Medal, the Air Medal and the Navy Commendation Medal.

Photo: Gen. John P. Abizaid (right) inspects the troops for a final time during the Change of Command ceremony at MacDill Air Force Base, Tampa, Fla., as Col. Shawn Mateer, ceremony commander of troops, and incoming commander Adm. William J. Fallon look on. Photo by Spc. Patrick A Ziegler.

Gen. John P. Abizaid (right) inspects the troops for a final time during the Change of Command ceremony at MacDill Air Force Base, Tampa, Fla., as Col. Shawn Mateer, ceremony commander of troops, and incoming commander Adm. William J. Fallon look on. Photo by Spc. Patrick A Ziegler.

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BUILDING SEARCH — U.S. Army soldiers of 5th Battalion, 20th Infantry Regiment, 3rd Stryker Brigade Combat Team, out of Fort Lewis, Wash., prepare to enter a building in Baqubah, Iraq, March 15, 2007. The 5-20 Infantry Regiment was moved to Diyala, March 13, to reinforce recent successes by the 3rd Brigade Combat Team, 1st Cavalry Division, against anti-coalition forces in the province. U.S. Army photo by Sgt. Armando Monroig

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And The Winner Is....

I had asked you to vote on the best caption for this photo by Michael Yon.

You did, and the winner is....

"Just another tank in paradise." -- JACKARMY

1st runner up consists of a three-way tie between the following submissions by Chuck:

"Looks like they're getting serious about punishing HOV abusers."

"Next On COPS--Baqubah: The solution to road rage."

"When directions to your house include 'Go past the tank and turn off the paved road,' You might be an insurgent."

2nd runner-up is my husband's submission:

"Hey're welcome."

JACK gets his choice of one of Chuck's t-shirts. Congratulations!

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U.S. Army Staff Sgt. Jason Elemen, from Delta Company, 2nd Battalion, 7th Cavalry Regiment, 4th Brigade Combat Team, 1st Cavalry Division, out of Fort Bliss, Texas, provides security outside a school in Mosul, Iraq, March 7, 2007. U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Vanessa Valentine

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In Today's News - Friday, March 16, 2007

Quote of the Day
“Nothing can be more hurtful to the service,
than the neglect of discipline;
for that discipline, more than numbers,
gives one army the superiority over another.”
-- George Washington

News of Note
Operation Iraqi Freedom

Mayor of Baghdad Shi'ite bastion wounded by gunmen
Congress votes on Iraq war deadlines - Video
Petraeus Requests More Troops for Iraq Poll: Is Iraq a "Civil War"?
Insurgents Target Strykers in Iraq
Mayor of Baghdad Shi'ite bastion wounded by gunmen

Homeland Security / War on Terror / Hamas-Hezbollah Happenings
Experts: Mohammed's Arrest Slowed Al Qaeda
Officials: Mohammed exaggerated claims (Doesn't surprise me...I mean, he's a scumbag, and he was no doubt involved in a lot of stuff, but sheesh! - I was waiting for the guy to claim he'd invented the question mark - or that he was the father of Anna Nicole's baby!)
Nigerian Militants Free Last Foreign Hostage
Israel army to investigate "human shield" charges
Impoverished Palestinians sell wedding gold
Israel rejects Palestinian unity gov't
Bomb kills 7 on Mogadishu outskirts: police
Experts: Mohammed's Arrest Slowed Al Qaeda
Nigerian Militants Free Last Foreign Hostage
Israel rejects Palestinian unity gov't

Troops on Trial
Marine: Haditha was Justified

Supporting Our Heroes Op-ed: USO on Supporting Troops

Other Military News
UK coroner says "friendly fire" death was unlawful
Brownback supports Pace's remark on gays
Cruise ship passenger rescued after jump

Religion of Peace??
Malaysia leader steps up drive for moderate Islam

Worldwide Wackos
Official: Fidel Castro Fit to Run in '08
Ahmadinejad says Iran will stick to atomic work - Video
Iranian Prez Asks to Address Security Council
New sanctions said unlikely to hurt Iran
Official says Castro fit to run in 2008
U.S. seeks to bury rift before North Korea talks
Envoy: Dispute over N. Korean funds over

Politics / Government
E-Mails Show Rove's Role in Firings
Click Here to Read the E-Mails (
Redirect: Senator Obama Says John Edwards Is 'Kind of Cute'
Plame Set to Testify in CIA Leak Hearings
Sen. Clinton calls for subprime mortgage action

In the Courts / Crime and Punishment / Law and Order
Minnesota Teen Horrified to Receive Her Dog's Head as Gift on Doorstep (This is just beyond reprehensible...)
Florida Teen's Stomach Ache Turns Out to Be Gunshot Wound
Former Duke Lacrosse Coach Breaks His Silence About Player Rape Allegations
Ohio 13-Year-Old Charged With 128 Felonies
Colorado Granny Charged With Sexually Assaulting Kids While Man Watched Over Internet
Cops Charge Indiana Dad With Attempted Murder for Stabbing 11-Month-Old, Throwing Him Out Window
Man Convicted of Killing Cellmate Shown on Video Taunting Guards With Entrails
Body Found is Missing 6-Year-Old Georgia Boy
Huge Reservoir of Frozen Water Found on Mars
Witness Emerges in NYC Groom Shooting
Jailers Find Drug-Filled Bible in Inmate Mail
Police seek motive in NYC shootout
FBI raids N.American HQ of Japan airline

Adventures in Political Correctness
School Changes Name of Play to 'Three Little Puppies' to Avoid Offending Muslims

Media and the Media / Bloggers in the News / Watching the Web
Comedian Sinbad Fights Back Over Internet Death Rumor

Science / Medicine / Technology
Kiss Mouth-to-Mouth Goodbye
Huge Ice Sheet Found on Mars
DNA "glitches" tied to autism, researchers say
High blood sugar tied to increased cancer risk
Launch pad damage delays military spacecraft
Modern technology reveals mummy's past

Mother Nature
JetBlue Cancels 215 Flights Ahead of East Coast Storm
East Coast Braces for Late Winter Blast
2006-2007 Warmest Winter on Record
New Species of Leopard Identified on Borneo

Finally, something good about being old.. - Video
Meet the $1,000 pizza.. Video

Other News of Note
Pakistani panel orders restrictions lifted on judge
Defiant Tsvangirai leaves Zimbabwe hospital - Video
Indonesia may close airlines after crashes
India scours forests to "avenge" Maoist killings

Fox News
NYC Firefighters in St. Pat's Parade Row
NCAA Tourney Means More Office Pools - PICS
Pop Tarts: Britney Spears Finds Love in Rehab
No Meeting for Helen Mirren and the Real Queen

Reuters: Top News
As subprime crisis deepens, some fight back - Video
Mortgage meltdown sinks more than those on edge
Boston's gritty Irish enclave goes upmarket
Nintendo Wii top-selling game console
Blu-ray aims to oust DVDs within three years - Video
Corruption runs deep in Nigerian politics
Fearful homecoming as Sri Lanka resettles refugees
Jolie hugged and played with adopted son - Video
Court: "Oscar" may be generic term in Italian
Dollar pares losses after core CPI in line
Stock futures trim declines on core CPI
Accredited shares jump
Global stocks and dollar fall on U.S. economic concerns
Fremont General gets more financing
No-down payment loans evaporating
Subprime crisis could pack political punch
Crucial summer for RV industry
Consumer prices rise on energy cost bounce
Subprime lender Accredited in deal to sell loans
Bristol-Myers pulls $25 bln assets out of Ireland
Nissan's Ghosn drops U.S. duties amid earnings slump
Airbus workers put down tools, march to fight job cuts
Renault nurtures engineering center after suicides

AP World News
Consumer inflation, industrial output up
Dow, Nasdaq move toward higher opening
Burned rail trestle halts Amtrak service
Duke is done after first game of NCAAs
Former baseball commissioner Kuhn dies
Delp suicide note: 'I am a lonely soul'
Martin named king of Puerto Rican parade
One and done for Knight as BC wins
Cowell says he's bigger than Springsteen
DT: Gucci Commando Gear
Blog: SpouseBuzz on Exhaustion
Advisors: Employers Getting Personal?
Ace the ASVAB
Kit Up! Wants You!
Warfighters: Tell us about your gear.

USJFCOM commander speaks before House Armed Services Committee
NATO military committee visits USJFCOM
More about USJFCOM and Allied Command Transformation
JIOC-X continues to improve intelligence support for joint warfighter - podcast

Report Discusses Complexity of Iraqi Struggles - Story
Measuring Stability and Security in Iraq (pdf)
New Movie Gives Eyewitness Accounts of War - Story
Joint Forces Command Effects Transformation - Story
Program Targets Terrorism in North Africa - Story
Acquisitions Chief Outlines Streamlined Processes - Story
Transcript: Kreig Conducts Pentagon Press Briefing

More Headline News
Al Qaeda Operative Admits to Role in 9/11 Attacks
General Notes Downturn in Violence in Iraq
Troops Reach Out to America via YouTube
Aberdeen Test Center Focuses on Warfighters

Military News
Sailors, Marines Honor Iwo Jima Veterans
Military Leaders Discuss Readiness on Capitol Hill
Army Guard Leader Visits Troops in Afghanistan

War on Terror
Troops Support Afghan Forces - Story
Coalition Forces Kill Terrorists
Marine, Soldier Killed in Iraq
Program Focuses on Training

America Supports You
Top Enlisted Gets Care Package - Story
Pentagon Honors Groups
Mom Continues 'Have a Heart'
WWE Honors Wounded Troops

Command Welcomes C-130J - Story
Idea Encourages Recycling
Air Force Notes 50th Launch
Future Bright for Space Assets

Face of Defense
Father, Son Reunite in Iraq - Story
Couple Serves Together in Iraq
Brothers Reunite in Kuwait

Troops Support Afghan Forces - Story

Iraqi Transportation Unit Grows With Confidence - Story
New Aid Station Increases Quality Care - Story
Iraqi-bound Equipment a Strategic Mission - Story
Paratroopers Attend Cultural Awareness Class - Story

Iraqis Take the Lead in Joint Cordon, Search
Maintenance Rids Aircraft of 'Battle Damage'
U.S., Iraqi Leaders Open Teachers' Institute
Man's Best Friends Search Iraq Countryside

U.S. Army Engineers Visit Remote School Project

Renewal In Iraq
Iraq: Security, Stability
Fact Sheet: Progress and Work Ahead
Report: Strategy for Victory in Iraq
Iraq Daily Update
This Week in Iraq
Multinational Force Iraq
State Dept. Weekly Iraq Report
'Boots on the Ground' Audio Archive
Weekly Reconstruction Report (PDF)
Iraq Reconstruction

Afghanistan Update

Fact Sheet: Budget Request
Fact Sheet: Terror Plots Disrupted
Waging and Winning the War on Terror
Terrorism Timeline
Terrorism Knowledge Base

Bost/Laskar Ghurian Herat Kabul Qandahar

Ansbach Aschaffenburg Berlin Berlin-Tempelhof Berlin/Schonefeld Bremerhaven
Darmstadt Frankfurt Frankfurt/Main Freiburg/Breisgau Garmisch
Garmisch-Partenkirchen Geilenkirchen Gelnhausen Giessen Kitzingen
Hanau Am Main Heidelberg Mainz Mannheim Nurnberg Stuttgart Trier
Wiesbaden Wurzburg


Agana Agana Heights Agat Andersen AFB Asan Barrigada

Al Azamiyah Al Basrah Al Hillah Al Karkh Al Kazimiyah Al Kut
An Nasiriyah Baghdad Baqubah Mosul Najaf Nineveh Tall Kayf

Kadena Air Base Okinawa Tokyo Yokohama

Today in History
1079 - Iran adopts solar Hijrah calendar
1190 - Jews of York England commit mass sucide rather than submit to baptism
1345 - Holy spirit glides above fire; "the miracle of Amsterdam" (legend)
1521 - Portuguese navigator Ferdinand Magellan reaches Philippines
1527 - Battle at Khanua: Mogol Emperor Babur beats Rajputen
1621 - Native American chief visits colony of Plymouth, MA
1641 - General court declares Rhode Island a democracy & adopts new constitution
1660 - English Long Parliament disbands
1690 - French king Louis XIV sends troops to Ireland
1730 - Willem Charles Henry Friso installed as viceroy of Drenthe
1731 - Treaty of Vienna: Emperor Charles VI of England & Netherlands
1792 - Murder attempt on King Gustavus III by count Ankarstrom at opera
1802 - Law signed to establish US Military Academy (West Point, NY); US Army Corps of Engineers established (2nd time)
1815 - Willem I proclaimed king of the Netherlands, including Belgium
1830 - London's re-organised police force (Scotland Yard) forms
1834 - HMS Beagle anchors at Berkeley Sound, Falkland Islands
1836 - Texas approves a constitution
1850 - Nathaniel Hawthorne's "Scarlet Letter" published
1861 - Arizona Territory votes to leave the Union; Confederate government appoints commissioners to Britain
1862 - Battle at Pound Gap, KY: Confederates separate battles
1865 - Battle of Averasboro, NC (1,500 casualities)
1869 - Hiram R. Revels makes the 1st official speech by a Black in the Senate
1882 - US Senate ratifies treaty establishing the Red Cross
1900 - Sir Arthur Evans finds old city of Knossus
1912 - Mrs. William Howard Taft plants 1st cherry tree in Washington, DC
1915 - British battle cruisers Inflexible & Irresistible hit mines in Dardanelle; Federal Trade Commission organizes
1916 - US & Canada sign Migratory bird treaty
1922 - Sultan Fuad I crowned king of Egypt, England recognizes Egypt
1930 - USS Constitution (Old Ironsides) floated out to become a national shrine
1933 - Hitler names Hjalmar Shaft, president of Bank of Germany
1934 - Congress passes Migratory Bird Conservation Act
1935 - Hitler orders German rearmament, violating Versailles Treaty
1939 - Germany occupies Czechoslovakia; Hungary annexes republic of Karpato-Ukraine
1940 - German air raid on British fleet base Scapa Flow
1941 - Blizzard hits North Dakota & Minnesota, killing 60
1943 - Elin K (No) & Zaanland (Netherlands) torpedoed & sinks
1944 - Vichy Internal minister Pucheu sentenced to death
1945 - US defeats Japan at Iwo Jima
1947 - Convair Liner, 1st US twin-engine pressurized airplane, tested
1955 - President Eisenhower upholds the use of atomic weapons in case of war
1959 - Iraq & USSR sign economic/technical treaty
1962 - 1st launching of Titan 2-rocket; US Super-Constellation disappears above Pacific Ocean, kills 167
1966 - Gemini 8 launched with Armstrong & Scott, aborted after 6.5 orbits
1968 - My Lai massacre occurs (Vietnam War); Robert F. Kennedy announces Presidential campaign
1969 - Viasa DC-9 crashes at Maracaibo's Grano de Oro airport, killing 155
1972 - John Lennon & Yoko Ono are served with deportation papers
1975 - US Mariner 10 makes 3rd & final fly-by of Mercury
1976 - British premier Harold Wilson resigns
1977 - US President Carter pleads for Palestinian homeland
1978 - Amoco Cadiz tanker spills 68.7 million gallons of oil off French coast; Red Brigade kidnaps former premier Aldo Moro in Italy, 5 killed; Soyuz 26 returns to Earth; US Senate accepts Panamá Canal treaty
1984 - Gunmen kidnap William Buckley, CIA station chief in Beirut; South-Africa & Mozambique sign non attack treaty
1985 - Associated Press correspondent Terry Anderson taken hostage in Beirut
1988 - Federal grand jury indicts Marine Lt. Col. Oliver L. North & Navy Vice Adm. John M. Poindexter in Iran-Contra affair; North-Ireland Protestant fires on Catholic funeral, 3 killed; US sends 3000 soldiers to Nicaragua's neighbor Honduras
1994 - Moravcik forms Slovakia government; Tonya Harding pleads guilty to felony attack on Nancy Kerrigan
1995 - Mississippi House of Representatives ratifies 13th Amendement-formally abolishes slavery

1739 - George Clymer, US merchant (signed Declaration of Independence, Constitution)
1750 - Caroline Lucretia Herchel, 1st modern woman astronomer
1751 - James Madison, 4th US President (1809-17)
1776 - Johan G. Verstolk van Soelen, Dutch minister of Foreign Affairs
1787 - Georg Simon Ohm, physicist (discovered Ohm's Law)
1802 - George Archibald McCall, Union Brigadier General
1812 - Henry Dwight Terry, Union Brigadier General
1822 - John Pope, Union Major General
1832 - Charles Camp Doolittle, Union Brevet Major General
1836 - Andrew S. Hallidie, inventor (cable car)
1839 - René François Armand Sully, poet, 1st Nobel winner (1901)
1849 - Reverend James E. Smith, became father at 100 with woman 64 years younger
1856 - E Louis YY Napoleon Bonaparte, French/English prince
1878 - Clemens A. Graaf von Galen, cardinal/bishop of Munster/anti-Nazi; Reza Sjah Pahlawi [Reza Chan], Shah of Iran
1903 - Mike Mansfield (Senator-MT) majority whip
1910 - Martijn Lijnema, Boer/resistance fighter (WWII)
1912 - Patricia Nixon [Thelma Catherine], First Lady (1969-74)
1916 - Lloyd McBride, union president (United Steelworkers)
1926 - Jerry Lewis [Joseph Levitch], entertainer/fund raiser (MDA)
1927 - Daniel Patrick Moynihan, US ambassador to UN/(Senator-NY, 1977-2001); Vladimir M. Komarov, cosmonaut (Voshkod I Soyuz 1)
1932 - Ronnie Walter Cunningham, Colonel USMC/astronaut (Apollo 7)
1933 - Ruth Bader Ginsberg, US Supreme Court Justice
1940 - Jan P. Pronk, Dutch politician (PvdA); Jan Schaefer, Dutch Assistant Secretary of State (PvdA)
1942 - Chuck Woolery, TV game show host (Love Connection)
1959 - Michael J. Bloomfield, Major USAF/astronaut (STS 86)
1963 - Phung Vuong, murderer (FBI Most Wanted List)

0037 - Tiberius Claudius Nero, Emperor of Rome (14-37), dies at 77
1536 - Ibrahim Pasha, Grand-Visier of Osmaanse Rich, murdered at about 45
1738 - Georg Baehr, German master builder (Frauenkirche, Dresden), dies at 72
1838 - Nathaniel Bowditch, astronomer & navigation expert, dies at 64
1841 - Félix Savart, French surgeon/physicist, dies at 49
1843 - Anton R. Falck, Dutch minister of Education/Colonies, dies at 65
1914 - Sir John Murray, piloted HMS Challenger to Christmas Island
1930 - Miguel Primo de Riveray Orbaneja Sp dictator (1923-30), dies at 60
1935 - John J.R. Macleod, Scot/Canadian physiologist (Nobel 1923), dies at 58
1937 - J. Austen Chamberlain English Minister of Foreign Affairs (Nobel), dies at 73
1946 - Marius HLW "Max" Blokzijl, Dutch Nazi propagandist, executed at 61
1959 - John Sailling, last documented Civil War vet, dies at 111
1971 - Thomas E. Dewey, US Presidential candidate (R 1944, 48), dies at 68
1978 - Aldo Moro, 5 times Prime Minister of Italy, assassinated by terrorists
1985 - B.V.A. Röling Dutch lawyer (WWII Tokyo trials), dies at 78
1991 - 7 members of Reba McIntire's band killed in a plane crash; Jan H. van Roijen Dutch diplomat/Foreign Minister, dies at 85
1992 - Renzhong Weangn, China politician (1934-45), dies
1993 - Djilalli Lyabès, Algerian minister of Higher Education, murdered; Mohammed Hussein Nagdi Iran diplomat/resistance fighter, murdered

Reported Missing in Action
Nau, George, Civilian - Flying Tigers Airline (CA); disappeared on a Lockheed Super Constellation with 93 US Army personnel and 3 ARVN Rangers beween Guam and the Philippines.

Underwood, Paul Gerard, USAF (NY); F105D shot down - remains returned - ID'd February, 1998

Erickson, David Wayne, USMC (MN); presumed Killed (w/Krausman)

Krausman, Edward L., USMC (CA); presumed Killed (w/Erickson)

The following US Army personnel reported MIA when their U21A disappeared on approach to a landing in Hue / Phu Bai:
Barnes, Charles R. (PA); co-pilot

Batt, Michael L. (OH); passenger

Bobe, Raymond E. (AL); passenger

Foster, Marvin L. (TX); passenger

Smith, David R. (OH); pilot

Scrivener, Stephen Russell, USAF (FL); O2A shot down (w/Seeley)

Seeley, Douglas Milton, USAF (OH); O2A shot down (w/Scrivener)

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