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Here is a collection of thumbnail portraits accompanied by outlines concerning what each crew member did on that August day in 1945, and what these me had been doing during the fifteen years that followed.

This article was partially written in order to squelch the spreading rumors that reported that the atomic bomber crews from 1945 had all slowly gone mad.

"The men of the Enola Gay were hand-picked experts, chosen for intelligence, emotional stability and discipline, qualities they have put to good use in their post-war careers. Four remained in the service (one died in 1953) and the others are all successful in their business carees. They earn above-average salaries, all but one are married and they have 26 children among them. None of them has been to Japan since the war, and few have met since separation."

     


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The Crew of the Enola Gay Fifteen Years Later   (Coronet Magazine, 1960)

The Crew of the Enola Gay Fifteen Years Later   (Coronet Magazine, 1960)

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