U. S. Army Air Force Antisubmarine Command

Crew (T) of the 2nd Antisubmarine Squadron 480th Antisubmarine Group pose before "Tidewater Tillie" the Group's most successful aircraft - On 22 March 1943, operating from Port Lyautey, French Morocco, Lt. Sanford and crew attacked U-524 resulting in the destruction of that boat

Standing (L to R):  Bombardier Capt. R.E. Jones,  Pilot Capt. W.L. Sanford,  Navigator Capt. J.H. Shaw,   Co-pilot 2nd Lt. H.G. Jackson - Front  (L to R):  First Engineer (E) T/SGT E. Yuscahk,  Gunner (G) S/SGT K.D. Hosack,  Second Engineer (AE) SGT J.W. Brinkley,  First Radio (R) T/SGT R. W. Pierce, Radar (ASV) T/SGT F.A. Pribble,  Second Radio (AR) SGT B.B. Utter

General Larson (seated, center) and the senior staff of the Army Antisubmarine Command



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Official History of the Army Air Force Antisubmarine Command
Modified B-24D aircraft
Official History of the Sea Search Attack Group