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Name (joined from) Assignment served to (later service)
John Farrell (CAF flight school) P-40 pilot served to disbandment (AAF)
John Fauth crew chief Killed 22 Mar 42
William Fish (navy) P-40 pilot discharged May 42; "ill health"
Edwin Fobes (army, Hamilton Field) clerk served to disbandment (AAF; infantry officer)
Ben Foshee (navy) P-40 pilot Died of wounds 4 May 42
Henry Fox line chief served two extra weeks (USN)
Charles Francisco communications served to disbandment (USN)
Paul Frillmann (civilian) chaplain served to disbandment (AAF)
Allen Fritzke armorer served two extra weeks (USN)
Edward Gallagher crew chief discharged Mar 42 (USN)
Robert Gallagher medical staff enlisted in China (AAF)
Joseph Gasdick crew chief served to disbandment (AAF)
* Chun Yuen Gee (CAMCO) engineering served to disbandment (AAF)
Thomas Gentry (civilian?) medical staff commissioned in China (AAF)
Henry Geselbracht (USS Saratoga) P-40 pilot served two extra weeks
Henry Gilbert (Pensacola) P-40 pilot KIA 23 Dec 41
Lloyd Gorham crew chief served to disbandment (USN)
Irving Gove (navy, USS Lexingon) crew chief served to disbandment (American Overseas Airlines)
Edgar Goyette (navy, Norfolk) P-40 pilot/staff served to disbandment (Army)
Richard Graham crew chief discharged Apr 42
Paul Greene (instructor Randolph) P-40 pilot served to disbandment (AAF)
* Harvey Greenlaw (civilian) hq staff served to disbandment
* Olga Greenlaw (civilian) hq staff served to disbandment
Clifford Groh (navy) P-40 pilot served to disbandment (CNAC pilot)
Ralph Gunvordahl (navy?) P-40 pilot discharged Jan 42 (killed as test pilot?)
Lester Hall (CAF flight school) P-40 pilot served two extra weeks (CNAC pilot)
Maax Hammer (army P-40 pilot, 8th Pursuit Grp?) P-40 pilot Killed training accident22 Sep 41
Lee Hanley armorer discharged Mar 42
Martin Hardesty crew chief discharged Mar 42
Clayton Harpold food service discharged Apr 42
Jasper Harrington line chief commissioned in China (AAF)
David Harris
(8th Pursuit Grp Mitchel)
hq staff served to disbandment
(Republic test pilot?)
Edward Harris admin chief commissioned in China (AAF)
Raymond Hastey (army) P-40 pilot/staff discharged May 42
John Hauser crew chief discharged Apr 42
Thomas Haywood (VMF-1 Quantico) P-40 pilot served to disbandment (Consairway ferry pilot)
Robert Hedman (1st Pursuit Grp Selfridge) P-40 pilot served to disbandment (CNAC pilot)
John Heller clerk discharged Mar 42 (U.S. Army)
George Henderson clerk discharged Jan 42
John Hennessy (navy) Beechcraft pilot served to disbandment
Thomas Henson medical staff served to disbandment
David Hill (navy VS-41) P-40 pilot commissioned in China (AAF)
Fred Hodges (1st Pursuit Grp Selfridge) P-40 pilot served to disbandment (CNAC, AAF)
Louis Hoffman (navy enlisted pilot) P-40 pilot KIA 26 Jan 42
Roy Hoffman hq staff commissioned in China (AAF)
Burton Hooker parachute rigger served two extra weeks (AAF)
Leo Houle (navy) P-40 pilot discharged Jan 42
James Howard (navy) P-40 pilot served two extra weeks (AAF; Medal of Honor)
Daniel Hoyle admin chief served to disbandment
Marlin Hubler clerk commissioned in China (AAF; P-47 pilot)
Lynn Hurst (pilot USS Saratoga) P-40 pilot discharged Feb 42
Frank Jacobson (army, Selfridge Field) crew chief served to disbandment (Grumman Aircraft mechanic); later changed name to Anderson
George Jaeger mechanic discharged Apr 42
Edwin Janski prop specialist served to disbandment (AAF)
Kenneth Jernstedt (marines Quantico) P-40 pilot served to disbandment (Republic test pilot)
Leon Johnston clerk discharged Oct 41
Jack Jones armorer discharged Apr 42
Thomas Jones (navy) P-40 pilot KIA 16 May 42
Joe Jordan clerk served to disbandment (Army)
Walter Jourdan weather served to disbandment (AAF)
Albert Kaelin clerk served two extra weeks (AAF)
Robert Keeton (Patrol Sq 12) P-40 pilot served to disbandment (Pan Am pilot)
John Kelleher (Pursuit Grp Mitchel) P-40 pilot discharged Sep 41
Daniel Keller crew chief served to disbandment (AAF)
Thomas Kelly communications served to disbandment (AAF)
Merlin Kemph crew chief served two extra weeks
Charles Kenner crew chief served to disbandment (AAF)
George Kepka crew chief served to disbandment (AAF)
Melvin Kiner communications served to disbandment
Robert King communications served to disbandment (CNAC)
Donald Knapp P-40 pilot discharged Jan 42 (USN Wildcat pilot in the Pacific)
Stephen Kustay armorer served to disbandment
Matthew Kuykendall (army) P-40 pilot served to disbandment
* Lawrence Kwong hq staff served to disbandment
George Lancaster clerk discharged Feb 42
C. H. Laughlin (marines) P-40 pilot served to disbandment (CNAC pilot)
Frank Lawlor (fighter pilot USS Saratoga) P-40 pilot served to disbandment (USN)
Robert Layher (PBY pilot Patrol Sq 12) P-40 pilot served two extra weeks
Charles Leaghty parachute rigger served to disbandment
* Joseph Lee medical staff served to 28 Jun 42
* Pak On Lee (CAMCO) engineering enlisted in China (AAF)
Edward Leibolt (P-40 pilot army) P-40 pilot Missing 25 Feb 42
Robert Lindstedt communications served to disbandment (AAF)
Jack Linton armorer served two extra weeks (AAF)
Robert Little (P-40 pilot 8th Pursuit Grp Mitchel) P-40 pilot KIA 22 May 42
Ernest Loane (CAF flight school) P-40 pilot served two extra weeks (CNAC pilot)
Robert Locke prop specialist served to disbandment
Elton Loomis communications commissioned in China (AAF)
Frank Losonsky crew chief served to disbandment (CNAC)
* George Lum (CAMCO) engineering served to disbandment
Joseph Lussier communications commissioned in China (AAF)

continued in part 3

* Joined the AVG in Asia. CAMCO: Central Aircraft Manufacturing Co. Seven Chinese-Americans were recruited to help assemble the P-40s at Rangoon. In May 1942 they joined the AVG as "engineering helpers," and in July most enlisted in the U.S. Army. For their story, see Those Chinese Tigers.

AVGs who served to disbandment, served two extra weeks, or accepted induction in China were given an "honorable discharge."

CNAC: China National Aviation Corporation.

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