A bomber crew of the 390th Bomb Group and their new dog mascot "Eager" with their B-17 Flying Fortress after the Regensburg Shuttle Mission.
Printed caption on reverse: 'Regensburg Raiders Return From North Africa - Bombing Bordeaux En Route. Associated Press Photo Shows:- The crew of one of the Flying Fortresses which took part in the two-way assault on Hitler's Europe, photographed at their base in Britain when they landed, after bombing Bordeaux on the return from from North Africa. Left to right: Lt. Albert C. Rood, Pilot, 24, of Raleigh, N.C., 2/Lt. Vincent J. MacDonald, 23, of Brooklyn, N.Y., Bombardier: Sgt. Arthur W. Judd, 31 of Oconto Falls, Wis., Waist-Gunner: Sgt. Theodore G. Converse, 20 of Greenwich, Conn., Tail-Gunner: Sgt. Willis P. Roy, 23 of St. Paul, Minn., Radio Operator, holding "Eager", a terrier mascot which joined the crew in Africa, 2/Lt. Harold J. Wolosin, 25, of East Grange, N.J., Navigator: 2/Lt. Frank E. Ward, 23, of Bremerton, Wash., Co-Pilot: Sgt. Elmer W. Leonard, 22, of Thorndike, Me., Engineer; Sgt. Milton C. Schwermer, 19, of Michigan City, Ind., Ball Turret Gunner; and Sgt. Swen A. Zetterberg, 19, of Rockfort, Ill., Waist Gunner. TET 259969. 25-8-43-U.'
Passed as censored 25 Aug 1943.
On reverse: Ministry of Information, US Army Press Censor ETO, US Army General Section Press & Censorship Bureau and Associated Press [Stamps].