The crew just after landing at the Locht, Hechtel-Eksel.

Standing from left to right: Albert Witters , Jones, Frans Jehoul, Crouch, Burbank

Sitting: ? Noble

Picture from family Jehoul.


From left to right: Jones, Noble, Crouch, Burbank

Sitting: Albert Witters

Picture familiy Jehoul

The sisters Mary and Goly Smets who helped the crewmembers to escape together with their mother Liliane Smets née Woodiwis. Picture family Jehoul.

From left: Noble, Jones, Crouch and sisters Smets.


                                                         Mother Liliane Smets 1939

   Daughters:      Goly 1946                                           Mary  1945


Family Stessens Who helped Jetty Cook after landing.


Picture from Rudy Kenis (1990)




Captain Raymond Vanparijs & Elisabeth Cox 

Leopoldsburg 1946


Appartement of Elisabeth Cox (2nd floor) where Jetty stayed a few days.

Elisabeths husband was a Prisoner Of War in Germany on that moment.

Downstairs was a café "Ville de Liége" where Germans came in every day!

Picture from Rudy Kenis (1992)


My visit to Elisabeth Cox in 1990

Picture from rudy kenis

Left Crouch and right Jones.

They stayed with Arthur Webers at the cinema named Casino in the center of Leopoldburg.

Picture: Busselen


Arthur Schalenborg was the person who brought the airmen from Leopoldburg to Liege on a motorcycle and an sidecar.

He wore German cloths on that moment.


This picture was made in the vicinity of Liege (Luik)

1 & 2  Couple with whom Jetty spent a night enroute from Liege to Serraing.

3 Jetty Cook.  4  Melvin Crouch.  5 Mme Colleye

Others are members of the resistance and allied airmen.

September 3, 1994 (just before liberation)




Rosa Grosjean and her family, Seraing, Belgium.

Rosa was the young girl who saved Jetty and Mel Crouch from being lynched a few days before liberation in September 1944.


September 9, 1944


1. Arthur Schalenborg and 2. his wife Jeanne.

3. Jack Guinlock (RCAF) 4. Stan Jones

5. Fred Noble

The others are Allied Airmen and Resistance Members.

September 9, 1944