1/Lt William P. Bundy, T/Sgts John E. Hyman, Gwynne B. Evans, Irving E.
Wossorsky and T/3 George Hurley. Lt Bundy distinguished himselfat this
stage by setting a new Hut Six record for speed in the solution of the
dottery exercise. Meanwhile another group was being given a familiarisa-
tion course by Miss Helene Taylor. Lt Bundy and Sgt Hurley joined the
Watch, Sgt Hyman Air Research, Sgts Wossorsky and evans the traffic iden-
tification section where they were reinforced by T/3 Oliver F. Egleston
and T/4 Howard N. Porter. M/Sgt Stuart R. Frazier and T/3 Benjamin R.
Carroll and Frank T. Mucck were assigned to Control. T/Sgt George H. Ver-
gine also joined Army Research upon his release from hospital.
When these men had been absorbed into the Hut organisation, the
third and largest group arrived in January, were trained, and were dis-
tributed throughout the Hut.
Distribution of American Personnel. At this time the distribution
of Americans in the subsections of Hut Six was as follows:
Lt Louis Enzdbeck
Lt Oliver R Kirby
Pfc Francis H Stanton
Pfc Henry F. Thielbar
Pfc LeRoy H. Fischer
Pfc Mathew Simon
Pfc Walter P. Sharp
Lt Levenson (transferred to Block F, 5 April 1944)
Pfc Maurice Yochelson
M/Sgt James J. Leehy
T/Sgt Vergine (transfererred to Block F, March 1944)