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Name (joined from) Assignment served to (later service)
Gale McAllister crew chief served to disbandment
Edgar McClure crew chief commissioned in China (USN fighter pilot)
Mark McDowell crew chief discharged Apr 42
William McGarry (P-40 pilot 1st Pursuit Grp Selfridge) P-40 pilot Captured 24 Mar 42, interned Thailand, freed 45 by OSS
Maurice McGuire (pilot USS Saratoga) pilot discharged Sep 41 (Ryan test pilot; killed Mar 45)
Sharon McHenry supply clerk served to disbandment (AAF)
Eugene McKinney armorer enlisted in China (AAF)
George McMillan (test pilot 23rd Prvng Grnd Eglin) P-40 pilot/staff served to disbandment (AAF; KIA China 44)
Lacy Mangleburg (P-40 pilot? army) P-40 pilot Killed 23 Dec 41 (Lockheed test pilot?)
Neil Martin (8th Pursuit Grp Mitchel) P-40 pilot KIA 23 Dec 41
Kenneth Merritt (army) P-40 pilot Killed 8 Jan 42
Frank Metasavage crew chief discharged Apr 42
Einar Mickelson (navy pilot Pensacola) P-40, transport pilot served to disbandment (CNAC pilot; missing 21 Feb 43)
Alex Mihalko communications enlisted in China (USN)
Arvold Miller communications commissioned in China (AAF)
Charles Misenheimer crew chief served to disbandment
Lawrence Moore clerk discharged Jan 42
Kenneth Moss weather served two extra weeks (Army)
Robert Moss (pilot 1st Pursuit Selfridge) P-40 pilot served to disbandment (CNAC pilot)
Charles Mott (navy) P-40 pilot Captured 8 Jan 42 (escaped 1945)
Charles Mundelein crew chief discharged Mar 42
Willard Musgrove crew chief served to disbandment
James Musick armorer enlisted in China (AAF)
Robert Neal armorer served two extra weeks (USN)
Robert Neale (dive bomber pilot USS Saratoga) P-40 pilot served two extra weeks (Pan Am pilot)
* Gerhard Neumann (civilian) mechanic enlisted in China (AAF)
Ferris Newell admin clerk discharged Feb 42
John Newkirk (fighter pilot USS Yorktown) P-40 pilot KIA 24 March 42
Charles Older (marines Quantico) P-40 pilot served to disbandment (AAF)
Arvid Olson (P-40 pilot 8th Pursuit Grp Mitchel) P-40 pilot served to disbandment (AAF)
Henry Olson crew chief served to disbandment (AAF)
Harold Osborne crew chief served to disbandment (AAF)
Edmund Overend (marines) P-40 pilot served to disbandment (USMC)
John Overley crew chief served two extra weeks (USN)
Preston Paull crew chief served to disbandment (AAF)
George Paxton (VP-44 San Diego) P-40 pilot/staff served two extra weeks
Joseph Peeden crew chief served to disbandment (AAF)
Richard Peret hq staff served to disbandment (USN)
Paul Perry armorer served to disbandment (AAF)
+ Emma Foster Petach (civilian) medical staff served two extra weeks
John Petach (navy VF-4) P-40 pilot served two extra weeks; KIA 10 July 42
Joseph Pietsker photographer served to disbandment (AAF; killed training crash 18 Jan 1944)
Herbert Pistole armorer served to disbandment (USN)
* Kee Jeung Pon (CAMCO) engineering enlisted in China (AAF)
Joseph Poshefko armorer served two extra weeks
John Power crew chief discharged Mar 42
Robert Power (pilot USS Saratoga) P-40 pilot discharged Sep 41
Robert Prescott (navy) P-40 pilot served to disbandment (CNAC pilot)
Samuel Prevo medical staff commissioned in China (AAF)
Albert Probst (army) P-40 pilot served two extra weeks (AAF)?
Carl Quick crew chief served two extra weeks (Army)
+ Robert Raine (navy) P-40 pilot served two extra weeks (CNAC pilot)
James Rasbury food service discharged Feb 42
Robert Rasmussen crew chief enlisted in China (AAF); died 1944 in Romania
Edward Rector (navy VS-41) P-40 pilot commissioned in China (AAF)
William Reed (army) P-40 pilot served to disbandment (AAF; KIA China Jan 44)
James Regis photographer served to disbandment
Stanley Regis crew chief served to disbandment
George Reynolds crew chief discharged Mar 42
Lewis Richards medical staff served to disbandment (CNAC)
Charles Richardson crew chief discharged Mar 42
Randall Richardson weather discharged Feb 42 (USN flight instructor; CAT postwar)
Rolland Richardson communications commissioned in China (AAF fighter pilot)
Freeman Ricketts (navy) P-40 pilot served two extra weeks
Wayne Ricks prop specialist served to disbandment
Clarence Riffer armorer served to disbandment (AAF)
Joseph Ringey mechanic discharged Nov 41
Carson Roberts communications commissioned in China (AAF)
Donald Rodewald armorer commissioned in China (AAF test pilot, F-86 pilot in Korea)
Robert Rogers crew chief served to disbandment (AAF)
C. Joseph Rosbert (navy VP-44 San Diego) P-40 pilot served two extra weeks (CNAC pilot)
J. Richard Rossi (navy Pensacola) P-40 pilot served to disbandment (CNAC pilot)
John Rumen armorer served two extra weeks (AAF)
Edwin Rushton (navy USS Saratoga) pilot discharged Oct 41

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* Joined the AVG in Asia. CAMCO: Central Aircraft Manufacturing Co. For the story of the Chinese-American members, see Those Chinese Tigers.

+ Raine was called Raines during his AVG service. Emma Foster married John Petach during her AVG tour.

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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