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Great job on the web site and database, I am sure there are many friends and relatives who appreciate your hard work. My uncle, Henry J. Kauffman was a waist gunner on a B-24D tail number 42-41075. His aircraft was crashed in the Kunimaipa Valley, Papua, New Guinea on November 22, 1943 with all 9 crew KIA. I would appreciate any information regarding the exact location of the crash site and the recovery of human remains.

Thank You and Keep up the Good Work
Dr. Steve Feimer


Added: August 14, 2012
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Great site! Do you have any artwork of 43rd Forts and/or Libs?

Added: August 7, 2012
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My husband Lt. Col. Orvis L. "Lee" Cason, Jr.
was the pilot-bombardier with the crew of Pilot Thomas P. Russell and Co-pilot George W. Weston, and Navigator Joseph A. Camelio. The plane they flew over to Australia was named Swamp Angel, but had to give "her" up upon their arrival in T-ville, Australia. My husband passed away at age 88, Jan. 12, 2010. He retired from the Reserves in 1981.


Added: August 7, 2012
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My dad John W. Parrish flew B-24 snooper-radar eqyipped bombers in the Pacific. He was in the 5th AF 63rd SQ. The other pilot was Don Bancroft. Any cremember or family with stories please call me 803-359-0005 or email me. Hope to hear from you .

Added: August 2, 2012
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I'm the neice of Lt Francis J. Smith, 43rd BG, 65 BS. I believe he was the co-pilot to Lt James J. Franklin on May 18, 1945. Any information on Uncle Buddy would be greatly appriciated. God's blessings to all of you!

Added: August 2, 2012
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My cousin died in WWII

Added: July 30, 2012
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Looking for crew members who flew the "Michigan" or a color photo of the nose art that was done by Sarkis Bartigian. I live a mile from Michigan stadium and each year the Yankee Air Museum presents an award called the "Liberator Award" to a student in the AFROTC program at UM. Would enjoy corresponding with anyone who's interested in the "Michigan's" history.

Added: July 30, 2012
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Great site. One comment. In the article Penetrating the Philippines Capt. Alvin Mueller is incorrectly identified as having been a member of the 7th Bomb Group. He was actually with the 19th BG in the PI and was awarded the DSC for a mission in December, 1941.

Added: July 12, 2012
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My name is Pete Minix, and my hobby for the last 12 years, has been collecting and compiling World War II veteran histories. I currently have over 330 World War II veterans, from all branches, in my private library. None of this information is given out or published for a monetary gain.

This is at no cost to you or your family. All I would need are any documents (copies), that you would wish to share or pictures of you during that time. Also, I would also like a current picture of you today. I can send you a large self-addressed envelope for mailing purposes. If you have a scanner attached to your home computer, you could scan your pictures and/or documents to send to me.

If you wish to share this information with me, I would greatly appreciate it. I look forward to hearing from you. If you have any questions, please feel free to email. If you chose not to share your story with me, I completely understand and will respect your wishes. My E-mail is pdmmm@msn.com

Semper Fi
Peter D. Minix
Proud to have served
Former Sgt. United States Marine Corps
Former Sgt. California Army National Guard Member


Added: July 10, 2012
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How do I submit pictures of some 403rd men (from my father who was one of the Mareeba Butchers?

Added: June 16, 2012
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