Fold3.com has the following picture of 3 planes from the 422nd. http://www.fold3.com/image/#38859801
The caption reads:
P-61A 42-5564 "Jukin' Judy" of the 422nd Night Fighter Squadron, late August 1944.
P-61A 42-5573 "Lovely Lady" of the 422nd Night Fighter Squadron. P-61A 42-5536 "Husslin' Hussey" of the 422nd Night Fighter Squadron. Normally assigned to 1LT Donald J. Doyle and 2LT Norman N. Williams
, they were flying P-61A serial 42-5538 'Laura Lil'
on an intruder mission the night of 12 October 1944. Patrolling near Ostheim airdrome, Germany, Doyle's last transmission was, "Hot target, see you later." The wreckage of their aircraft was found by German forces on the Autobahn, near the bridge at Wiedmuhle; both Doyle and Williams were killed.
This next link has information about Williams and photos. http://forum.armyairforces.com/Norman-N-Williams-422nd-NFS-m150242.aspx
This next link shows Doyle's home state as MN. http://www.doyle.com.au/honour_1939_45.htm
12 Oct 1944 Donald J. Doyle* 1st Lieut. 422nd Night Fighter Squadron MN
(*also awarded the Air Medal three times)