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My Grandfather was in WWII. He was a member of:
TRP B 124 Calvary
Merrills Marauders

The history of WWII is fascinating to me and I love reading and listening to stories from WWII.


Added: September 17, 2019
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My dad was in the 43rd Bomb Group, 64th Squadron in 1944 and 1945. He flew Cocktail Hour, the Dragon and His Tail, and Mable's Lables on some of his missions. He was also flying The Record Breakers when it got shot up so back that it was scrapped after he (with some help from his copilot I'm sure0 nursed it home.

Added: August 7, 2019
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I knew Stan Ensberg (63rd sq of the 43rd) when he was stationed at Naha Air Base on Okinawa around 1969-71. At the time he was flying Candlestick C-123 missions over the Ho Chi Mien trail. I was around 14 years old then, but I always saw Stan for church (my dad was the head chaplain at Naha AB). He was a great guy and was always interested in saying hello and having a friendly conversation with me. I've started compiling a list of people who made a positive impact on my life, and Stan was one of those people. Any information, stories or photos relating to Stan Ensberg would be appreciated! Many Thanks,
Paul


Added: July 20, 2019
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I'm looking for as much information as I can get on my Uncle Marvin K. Taitch. He was a B-24 pilot in the 403 Squadron "Ken's Men". I'm trying to write about his service during WWII. I know he flew about 44 missions in the Pacific and had an emergency landing in Morotai after his plane took over 100 rounds.

If anyone could help me honor this great man, I would be so happy. He never talked much about the war and now that he has passed I can't ask. Thank you!!

- Greg Forsell


Added: June 6, 2019
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Memorial Day .. (American Flag) .. Thank ALL of you !!

God Bless America


Added: May 27, 2019
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looking up info for my husband...his uncle howard munson was co pilot on a mission that went missing while on a mission and all crew lost MIA/KIA thank you for allowing me to share the info with family..thank you for your service
REMEMBER THE FALLEN


Added: May 27, 2019
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Just read *Lucky 666* by Drury & Clavin. Damn interesting insight into a n aspect of the Theater with which I was not familiar.
one thing it left me with was a complete fascination with the notion of low level, skip-bombing performed by B-17s in the 43rd as well as deliberate strafing runs.
I would love to see photos or clips of this. I have seen the many Ploesti B-24s and Pacific B-25s but would dearly love to see a Fortress in the midst of this,

Great site you have here.
Regards, Todd.


Added: February 13, 2019
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My grandfather, Rudolph "Jim" Cherkauer, was a part of this group. Thank you all so much for your service.

Added: February 8, 2019
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The Yankee Air Museum at the Willow Run Airport has renewed its search for anyone having information on the B-24 "Michigan" Its nose art is a depiction of the University of Michigan stadium.

Added: January 25, 2019
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Would like to be more involved . My dad John Parrish flew with Bancroft s crew doing the secret skip bombing at night, Give me a call 8034636043 if anybody remembers the crew.

Thanks


Added: January 21, 2019
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