Gravestone Left Row:

  1. T/Sgt. James A. Beaty, Engineer / TT Gunner
  2. 1st Lt. Albert Louis Dion, Co-Pilot
  3. T/Sgt. Cecil E. Kennedy, Radio Operator / Gunner
  4. 1st Lt. Leo Cavanaugh Walsh, Bombardier

Gravestone Right Row:

  1. s/Sgt. Alfred Bueffel, Ball Turret Gunner
  2. 2nd Lt. Saul J. Kempner, Navigator
  3. 1st Lt. Charles J. Searl, Pilot
  4. s/Sgt. Orville M. Wilson, Left Waist Gunner

See also:

  1. Searl's Crew - 600th Squadron - Early 1944
  2. B-17 "Tomahawk Warrior" – A Tribute to the Charles J. Searl & Crew by Ronald M. Setter for more information about the Searl Crew.
  3. Albert W. Knight's Grave at Cambridge American Cemetery - Madingley



  1. The Searle B-17, 42-107191 N8-K, Tomahawk Warrior crashed on take-off at Lude Farm, England on 12 August 1944. All crew perished. Eight of the crew are buried at Arlington National Cemetery, Virginia - Section 15, Site 76 and one at Madingley American Cemetery in Cambridgeshire, England.
  2. Photo Date: April 2008, via per Holly via permission of the Arlington National Cemetery site.
  3. Photo Location: Arlington National Cemetery
  4. Information compiled by the 398th BGMA with thanks to Holly, and Michael R. Patterson, Webmaster, Arlington National Cemetery Website.
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