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Name (joined from) Assignment served to (later service)
Robert Sandell (army flight instructor Craig) P-40 pilot Killed 7 Feb 42
Kenneth Sanger communications discharged Jan 42
Ralph Sasser communications enlisted in China (USN)
Charles Sawyer (8th Pursuit Grp Mitchel) P-40 pilot commissioned in China (AAF)
Wilfred Schaper crew chief served two extra weeks
Frank Schiel (P-40 pilot 23rd Prvng Grnd Eglin) P-40 pilot commissioned in China (AAF; KIA 22 Dec 43 China)
Ralph Schiller armorer served to disbandment
Leo Schramm crew chief served to disbandment
Carl Schur crew chief discharged Sep 41 (AAF)
Loy Seamster communications served to disbandment (CNAC)
Edward Seavey clerk served to disbandment (AAF)
Wilfred Seiple crew chief served to disbandment (Army)
Arnold Shamblin (army) instructor/P-40 pilot Missing 10 Jul 42
Van Shapard (army) instructor/P-40 pilot served two extra weeks (CNAC pilot)
William Shapiro clerk discharged Jan 42
John Shaw medical staff served to disbandment
Milan Shields prop specialist served two extra weeks
Eriksen Shilling (test pilot 23rd Prvng Grnd Eglin) P-40 pilot served to disbandment (CNAC pilot)
Roger Shreffler communications served to disbandment (CNAC)
Corbett Smith food service discharged Nov 41
Curtis Smith (marines) P-40 pilot/staff served to disbandment (USMC)
George Smith clerk discharged Dec 41
Robert A. Smith crew chief served to disbandment (AAF)
Robert H. Smith (1st Pursuit Grp Selfridge) P-40 pilot served to disbandment (AAF)
Robert M. Smith (army) communications served to disbandment (AAF)
Robert T. Smith (instructor Randolph) P-40 pilot served to disbandment (AAF)
John Sommers clerk discharged Mar 42
Jo Stewart (civilian) medical staff served to disbandment
Edward Stiles crew chief served to disbandment (AAF)
Irving Stolet crew chief served to disbandment (AAF)
Gail Stubbs (army) pilot; reassigned to flight school discharged Dec 41 (AAF; test pilot; died 2002)
William Sutherland mechanic; dir. transport served to disbandment
Frank Swartz (navy) P-40 pilot Died of wounds 24 April 42
Joseph Sweeney communications served to disbandment (AAF)
Estes Swindle (army?) pilot On leave Sep 41; dropped from rolls Jan 42
William Sykes communications commissioned in China (AAF; killed in flight training)
Julian Terry admin clerk served to disbandment
William Towery food service commissioned in China (AAF)
Thomas Trumble hq staff worked for AAF in China
Chester Tuley crew chief served to disbandment (USN)
George Tyrrell crew chief served to disbandment
John Uebele crew chief served to disbandment
William Unger armorer discharged Mar 42 (Indian Army; US Army)
Frank Van Timmeran line chief served to disbandment
Morgan Vaux communications served to disbandment (USMC)
Hugh Viverette medical staff served to disbandment
Earl Wagner armorer served two extra weeks
Manning Wakefield crew chief served two extra weeks (CNAC?)
Harold Walker crew chief discharged Apr 42
Stanley Wallace pilot discharged Sep 41 (AAF)
Robert Walroth (P-40 pilot 8th Pursuit Grp Mitchel) pilot discharged Oct 41
Andrew Walsh clerk discharged Jan 42
George Walters admin clerk served to disbandment (USN)
Eugene Watson (army) pilot discharged Sep 41
Donald Whelpley weather served to disbandment (USN)
John White crew chief discharged Mar 42
Richard White (navy) pilot discharged Nov 41
* Raymond Whitehead
(various jobs in China)
hq staff discharged May 42 (various jobs in China)
* Eloise Whitwer (civilian) clerk AAF civilian in China
Edwin Wiggin admin chief discharged Nov 41
* John Williams (civilian) hq staff commissioned in China (AAF)
Clifford Wilson mechanic served to disbandment
* George Wing Shee (CAMCO) Allison engine mechanic served to disbandment
Harvey Wirta armorer served to disbandment
Fritz Wolf (dive bomber pilot USS Saratoga) P-40 pilot served to disbandment (USN)
Melvin Woodward crew chief served to disbandment (CNAC)
Allen Wright (army) instructor/P-40 pilot served two extra weeks (CNAC pilot; killed 18 Dec 43 China)
Peter Wright (navy VS-42) P-40 pilot served two extra weeks
* Lem Fong Wu (CAMCO) Allison engine mechanic served to disbandment (AAF)
Louis Wyatt communications served two extra weeks
William Wyke hq staff discharged Mar 42
Harold Wylie clerk discharged Jun 42
Glen Yarbery crew chief discharged Apr 42
* Francis Yee (CAMCO) Allison engine mechanic enlisted in China (AAF)
John Young clerk served to disbandment

continued in part 5

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