He became a Catholic Franciscan priest and died in 2008 in Boston. Lt ES Moorhead would be so proud of all of them today.
After pouring a decade of his life into his company, Dylan felt like had nothing to show for it. Imagine my surprise when my new boss turns out to be movie star Elliott Clark! Not like a cool bad witch, who kicks ass and takes names while being evil in the process. It’s Christmas Eve, and the Gerrard brothers mean to make the most of it.I have not found serial for 975-H, but probably also a G-model, serial 44-67975. I have added one photo from 391st with "Bugs" on the nose, is it this a/c?Have also added photo from first base in England March 1944 (Matching).Your father is listed there as Captain Mc Cord, Jr, and his officer's Army Serial is listed, too. There you will find 4 missions where your father is listed as Bombardier. The planes are listed with last three digits of serial squadron code letter. Third, for further help regarding where to find more information, he has to visit this website Army Air Forces of World War II and check Research Help on the menu.865-D must be 44-67865 4L-D; 227-V must be 43-34227 4L-V; 454-H must be 43-34454 4L-H. Spangler (574th) and Flannagan might be Captain Raymond D. Regarding the "Bugs Bunny" nose art it would be of great interest if this photo was presented here.
I might add a picture of my father in front of a B26 with some nose-art of "Bugs Bunny". Then you will find details regarding the first Army Serial Number your father had.