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Name: Judith L Davenport
From: Bowling Green, KY
E-mail: jdrn125@aol.com
My uncle, Kermit Clinton Crabtree was a gunner in this squadron and was killed in a plane crash in route to R&R in Jauary, 1945. We have several photos but no names in his photo album.
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Name: Scott Jackson
From: Nashville, Tn
E-mail: jsjackson.usmc@gmail.com
Greetings. My grandfather, James T. Woods was a gunner on a B24 assigned with the 403. He was with the Mareeba butchers. I have his flight jacket along with his leather jacket with the Mareeba butchers patch. I also have a cloth map he used that shows bombimg targets, roads, structures etc. I also have his diary that he wrote in each day telling of their daily routines during the war. I also have a lot of great pictures of him, his crew and plane. As a Marine myself, I have the upmost respect for all of those men.
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Name: Ken Bledsoe
From: Fort Collins, Colorado
E-mail: kpbledsoe@comcast.net
My father was a tail gunner with the 19th Bomb Group in Java and Queensland Australia..Mareeba and Horn Island in 1942..B-17's Flew many missions bombing Rabaul, New Britain. His bomber crashed off Horn Island. I have been researching the location for ten years. Found it in 2010 and did a dive on the wreckage..took pictures. I have published a book about all of this. See Echoes From An Eagle by Ken Elder Bledsoe.
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Name: Patricia A. Giantomenico
From: Bradenton, Florida
E-mail: Sierra1947@tampabay.rr.com
My Uncle Ted aka Theodore Romanowski enlisted in the Army right after World War II started. Before long, he was joining the fight as a gunner aboard a B-24 Liberator with “Ken’s Men” based in Australia. Ted served for more than three years, with much of that time spent throughout the islands of the South Pacific Theatre.

I honor my Uncle's memory by posting here as my Uncle Ted passed away December 14, 2016 at the age of 96.
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Name: scott stover
From: Clearville, Pa
E-mail: rsstover@gmail.com
My Grandfather was in the 43rd bomb group, photo section, I have been able to save many of his photographs. contact me if you need or would like copies for this website
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Name: Pat Koehler
From: Columbia, Maryland
E-mail: cpatk@aol.com
It was indeed my honor to meet each of you today. Enjoy your stay in Baltimore. You are all welcome back any time.
I hope the trigger time put a smile on your face.
Hand Salute.
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Name: Brian Teitz
From: NY/MD
E-mail: bteitz@gmail.com
It was my pleasure to help host you today at the AGC. It was a great experience to shoot with you, your children, and your grand children today and share stories. Thanks to all those who came, and for your service! Safe travels.
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Name: Ron Onufer
From: Born in New Jersey
E-mail: Ronufer@aol.com
My father, SSgt Joe Onufer, Jr, was a gunner in the 64BS. Arrived Owi on 1 Oct 44 and served through the end of the war. He died 21 Dec 67. I was a ground-pounder in SAC in the early 70s. My daughter Tracy is a bird colonel in AF Special Ops Command, currently at RAF Mildenhall as vice commander of 352nd Special Ops Wg. We are an Air Force family!
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Name: Maj DM Cowan
From: Indiana
E-mail: dcowano23@yahoo.com
I am looking for any information about my Uncle, Harold G. "Bub" Cowan. He was a pilot with this group. Thanks.
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Name: eugene v knox
From: nesquehoning, pennsylvania
E-mail: egeneknox@aol.com
uncle eugene v knox/aka Butchie was in Biak, KIA on takeoff in 1944. Thank You for all the related information
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