(Left to right top row)
Lt. Charles W. Harre, Brownstown Ill.; Capt. Thomas R. Bell, Shawboro, N. C.; Lt. Carl G. Payne, San Antonio, Tex.; Lt. Robert S. Voyles, Belle Fourche, S. D.; Lt. Clarence L. Boretsky, Milwaukee, Wisc.;
Lt. Kenneth E. Foster Oil City, Pa.; Lt. Andrew C. Lacy, Sullivan, Ohio; FO Alvin L. Hand, Newton, Pa.
(Left to right second row) Lt. Arthur R. Bowers, Tiskilwa Ill.; Lt. William J. Dvorak, Western Springs, Ill.; Lt. Lewis F. Wells, Quitman, Gal; Lt. Jack D. McFadden, Brookville, Pa.; Lt. Paul E. Burnett, Cushing, Okla:; Lt. Calvin H. Beason, Anderson Ind.; Lt. James W. Ayers, Tulsa, Okla.; Lt. Michael J. Kennedv. Philadelphia, Pa.; Capt. William F. Hedrick, Redondo Beach, Calif.; Lt. Timothy J. Cronin, Oconomowoc, Wisc.; Capt. Ben Q. Ezzell (I.O.), Harlingen, Tex.
(Left to right third row) Lt. Raymond A. Dyer, Glassport. Pa.; Capt. Robert H. Kanaga, Harbor Beach, Mich.; Lt. Kenneth G. Helfrecht, Madison, Wisc.; Lt. Joseph E. Gallant. Chelsea, Mass.; Lt. William O. Antonides, Carbondale, Col.; Capt. David W. Howe, East Hickory, Pa.; Lt. Jerome E. Jahnke, Los Angeles. Calif.; Lt. William B. Hoelscher, Indianapolis, Ind.; Lt. Dollald M. Malmsten, Burwell, Nebr.
(Left to right bottom row) Lt. Conrad J. Ingold (I. O.) l\Tew York, N. Y.; Maj. Louis H. Norley, Conrad, Mont.; commanding Capt. Gerald E. Montgomery, Littlefield, Tex.; Lt. Edward J Woznaik, Girard, Ohio.; Lt. Leo C. Garcin, Bay City, Mich.; Lt. Alan Skirball, Columbus, Ohio; Lt. William C. Spencer, LaGrande, Ore.
From the on-line 1000 Destroyed
By the way, this was January 1945 according to the caption.