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My father Edward A Forester from Santa Anna Calif. recently pasted away at age 95. He was in the 5AAF in the South Pacific during WW2. I am still looking for more info on where he was and at what times overseas. Thanks for making this website available.
Bill


Added: February 20, 2012
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Just learned of the web cite and really enjoy the contents. Thanks to Louise.

Added: February 13, 2012
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Great New Look. Good information.

Added: February 4, 2012
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I like your new Website design! Thanks for correcting the name on my Dad's Entries from mine John to his Edmund! Thanks for all your work Honoring these Guys! Also just wanted to say a big Hello to all the Guys (and their wives) that I met back at the 2001 Reunion in Nashville! Hoping for another Reunion close to home so I can see you again!

Added: February 2, 2012
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I have been remis in checking to see and learn that we now have a new and much better Ken's men web sight,not that the original was not very well matained.I just have had too many health problems and Age is one of them. I enjoyed the 43rd reunion of 2011 and very sad to learn just how many friends have made their last flight.

Added: February 1, 2012
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Well, this new and improved web site is great. I last signed on when the web site was improved once before. Keep up the good work Tracy.

Added: January 29, 2012
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Thanks to all the men of the USAAF for what they did and went thorugh so we could be free today,you are "The Greatest Generation" !!!!!!!!!!
I amke Leather Sqd/Group patches .


Added: January 27, 2012
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43rd Bomb Group, 63rd Squadron

Added: January 19, 2012
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gentlemen,

may god bless the men who shouldered the burden of the pacific conflict.

my dad was a b-24 gunner/bombadier, and i am now attempting to research his contribution to our freedoms.

i have the utmost respect for all who gave some, and some who gave all.

my dad was always, and will always remain... my hero. it's his selfless patriotism that impressed me most, and led me to the navy where, in my humble way, i served during the vietnam conflict.

the men of that era, who put themselves in 'harms way' to preserve our way of life, have my un dying admiration and gratitude.

godspeed to all 'kens men'

dave


Added: January 2, 2012
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I am looking for any information about my father Michael T. Edsall who was a B-24 pilot or co-pilot. He flew aircraft "Come And Get It". I did find that he flew 43 missions. He passed away 11 years ago and I am interested in find ANY information on the missions and area that he flew those missions. Any info will be treasured by me. Thank you.

Added: December 11, 2011
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