These are the crewmen of the B-29 The Great Artiste, who dropped the second atomic bomb on Nagasaki.
Front row, left to right: Lt. Philip Barnes, Manistique, Mich.; Lt. Jacob Beser,
Baltimore, Md.; Lt. Fred J. Olivi,
Chicago, Ill.; Capt. Kermit Beahan, Houston, Tex.; Lt. Charles Albury, Miami, Fla.; Capt. James F. Van Pelt,
Oak Hill, W. Va.; Maj. Charles W. Sweeney, North Quincy, Mass.; Cmdr. Frederick L. Ashworth, Wendham, Mass.
Back row, left to right: M/Sgt. John D. Kuharek,
Columbus, Neb.; Sgt. Abe M. Spitzer, Bronx, N.Y.; Sgt. Raymond Gallagher, Chicago, Ill.; S/Sgt. Edward K. Buckley,
Lisbon, O.; S/Sgt. Albert T. DeHart, Plainview, Tex. Beahan was the bombardier, while Ashworth was a Navy observer.