The B-24 they flew over from the States was 44-40285 "Table Stuff".
This crew was broken up in July 1944. Two other AZON crews, along with the navigator and all four gunners of Speer's crew were transferred to the 388th Bombardment Group (H) at Knettishall in July 1944. Lt Peterson, navigator, was transferred with the Lansing crew (AZON Crew 04), and Sgt's Depasquale, Kirkendall, Maleski, and Scatmacchia, gunners, were transferred with the Larned crew (AZON Crew 03). The combat records and status of these crews with the 388th is unknown. Half of Speer's crew stayed with the 458th and flew additional missions.
After flying numerous missions as first pilot, and then command pilot, Maurice Speer finished his time in the 458th with the rank of Major and a job in the Group HQ section.
Lt Cronkite, co-pilot, Lt Halvorson, bombardier, and T/Sgt Anderson, radio operator all completed their combat tours. Cronkite and Halvorson were sent back to the States, while Anderson was transferred to AAF 114 at Hethel and the 389th Bombardment Group (H). His activities there are unknown.
T/Sgt Richard Lohr (or Lehr) was with the 753rd until at least August 1, 1944. It is there that his name ceases to be found in group or squadron records.