This gentleman's name was Sgt. Albert V. Arnold, and he took some excellent photos of his time overseas. His daughter was kind enough to send me some copies to me, and I am proud to share them with you.
The first is Sgt. Arnold himself. His daughter said that he is posing with some model airplanes that he crafted out of spent shell casings. She also let me know that her family still has these (very cool)
This photo is from the inside of the operations building. Sgt. Arnold is third from the left.
Here are two excellent examples of the pin-up art work on the noses of the fighters.
A downed Japanese Zero
This one came to me labelled, "Al's Buddy"
Finally, we have a shot of pilot Lt. J.M. Nixon