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Kunsan by the Sea (K-8)
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FIGMO - "Finally, I've got my orders" (or something like that). The moment we dreamed of... going home!
50 missions for four
50 Missions for 4. A rare event. Turning in Personal Equipment for the last time, four crewmen on one mission complete their tours. William Leftwich, Charles Goforth, Jerry Sutts and Orrie Raines.
Orrie Raines
The most important "X" on the status board means you're FIGMO. Orrie Raines marks up his last one.

four FIGMO Navigators
Among the bravest of the brave - Navigators - survivors going home. They see all the action but can't do anything about it. John Kennedy, John M. King, George Andrews and Vince Allessi.
Lustig, Glass and Andre'
Another FIGMO crew:
Navigator George Lustig,
Pilot Bob Glass
and Gunner Al Andre'.

Honoring the brave with Heroes Day.
Heroe's Day New DFCs
"Persons to be decorated - forward march!" We had an honest to goodness parade and everything. Recipients of the Distinguished Flying Cross. Navigators Walt Miller, Charles Hinton and Paul Yeoman.

Anniversary Bomb Load Don Soefker
"Anniversary Bomb Load" - Personal messages to the North Koreans. Meant to be felt rather than read by the North Koreans. One of the great Tigers, Don Soefker, says a silent prayer heavenward after a safe return from 'up north'.


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