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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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Name: Jeff Krouse
From: Woodbridge, VA
E-mail: jeff.krouse01@gmail.com
My Dad, Paul Krouse, severed in the 64th Bombardment Squadrom in New Guinea from June 1943 to March 1944.
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Name: Lee Brown
From: Puyallup, WA
E-mail: Eztour42@gmail.com
I flew with the 403rd from dec44 to the end of war. Nose gunner 43 missions. Never fotrget.
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Name: John Wright
From: Salem, Oregon
E-mail: john-sydney@comcast.net
My wife is the Great Niece of Sgt. Boyd H.Parker. Crew member of the Georgia Peach, KIA when she was shot down.
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Name: Larry Lewis
From: Scotia, NY
E-mail: larrylewisnotge@gmail.com
I am writing a book about my uncle Lt. Charles H. Lewis whose plane was shot down June 1, 1943. He was in the 64th bomb squadron. I have quite a lot of information about his last mission. I'm looking for routine mission reports for him. He was a navigator on Texas #6, B17 41-9207
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Name: gilmerman
From: North Georgia-USA
E-mail: bigfish@ellijay.com
well constructed and informative for WWII Pacific Theater.
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Name: John Olofson
From: OKC, OK
E-mail: xoptelmeasox@aol.com
My dad, Arthur W. "Oley" or "Art" Olofson, was assigned to the 43 BGp as B-24 copilot, Jul-Dec 44; and to the 43 BGp as B-24 pilot, Jan-Apr 45. I do not know the tail number; but would love to find out. He passed away in Nov 2013. I chanced upon your site and found his assignment information on his Form 66 (Officer's, Warrant Officer's and Flight Officer's Qualification Record). I give a HUGE SALUTE to his WWII comrades in arms.
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