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Six black and white photos of the pilot of a B-24 flying a mission, most likely from Leyte, Philippines.

The third photo in the second column shows an unidentified American serviceman evaluating flooding in an American camp.

Four black and white photos taken from inside a B-24 during a mission.

The first in the first column show the gunners and bombardier from, most likely, S.Sgt. Douglas Flack's aircraft.

Six black and white photos. The first column are photos of several unidentified locations taken from the air and the second column shows wrecked and stripped japanese "Betty" bombers (most likely at Clark Field, Manila, Philippines).

Six black and white photo taken from a B-24 in flight.

Five black and white photos taken from S.Sgt. Douglas Flack's B-24 during a mission. S.Sgt. Flack in pictured in the first picture of the second column.

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Six black and white photos taken from inside a B-24 during a mission.

The first and second photos in the first column show B-24 THE WOLF PACK, 42-73476, in flight.

The first and second photos in the second column show the pilot, co-pilot, and…

A letter confirming the U.S. Army's Finding of Death for S.Sgt. Alfred E. "Allie" Dow. The letter includes additional information relating to the crash that killed S.Sgt. Dow and his crew mates.

The official Reports of Death for S.Sgt. Alfred E. "Allie" Dow, as well as crewmates:

1st Lt. Woodrow W. Moore
2nd Lt. Louis I. Miller
2nd Lt. William H. McCamy
2nd Lt. John W. James
T.Sgt. William C. Gassmann
S.Sgt. Thomas Brown
S.Sgt.…

Official Missing Air Crew Report (MACR) for the 2nd Lt. John W. James crew, KA-PUHIO-WELA (Double Trouble), including S.Sgt. Alfred E. "Allie" Dow.

A document describing the crash that killed S.Sgt. Alfred E. "Allie" Dow and his crew-mates, as well as the attempts made by the Army Air Corps to recover the aircraft and personnel involved.