B29 City of Trenton Air Crew- May 1945 Guam: Staff Sgt Albert Leroy Lockwood, Jr (center) was the tail gunner. The crew earned the Distinquished Flying Cross for their 25 missions bombing Japan during WWII. Their plane was the City of Trenton. Their former plane, the City of Bakersfield, ditched in the sea near Iwo Jima on May 14, 1945. All crew members survived. The plane was named for the home town of Albert Lockwood,- Trenton, N.J.
at North Field, Guam