Boeing B-17 Flying Fortress “Dog Breath” # 42-31330

Dog Breath releases its bombs over Nazi Airdrome, Bordeaux, France, 27 March 1944. (USAF photo)
27 March 1944, lowest B-17, Bar Fly commanded by Lt. Carroll Boyd. Center B-17 Dinah Might II piloted by Clyde Tillary Boy Jr. II. Highest B-17 Dog Breath commanded by Clark G. Graham. (USAF photo)
Dog Breath in the lead position. Headed for the German Airfield At Chateaudun, France, 28 March 1944.  (USAF photo)
28 March 1944 (USAF photo)

Capt. Pinson and crew, 453rd BG. Th Boeing B-17 Flying Fortress in the background is not Dog Breath. England, 26 September 1944. However, Pinson has “Dog Breath” in the same lettering as the plane on his flight jacket.
Caption states taken on 5 April 1944.
Clark is not mentioned among the Beuchat crew in the MACR. The plane was lost on 19 June 1944.
Wreckage in Zaragoza, Spain .
Note that this is a different Bomb Group and cannot the plane Graham crashed in Spain.