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My uncle, Judd Newton(Buddy)Wommack, Technical Sergeant, went MIA Feb 23 1945.
All of his crew members are now deceased. I was fortunate enough to get to know one of the crew members several years ago before he passed away.

I enjoy the site. Thanks for keeping the history alive.

Jay Wommack


Added: April 23, 2012
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Added: April 14, 2012
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great work on the site........
It is thanks to kensmen and the dedicated members that I contacted way back in the early 1990's that I now have found family and history on my father Joseph Thompson MIA ON 3rd December 1943
5 USAAF
43rd Bomb Group
63rd Squad....
Keep up the good work and others may know the sense of peace once the book of families is ended......
The progress of families are measured in the triumph of those who care and I do thank you for that...
Sandra Smith, West Australia...........


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R.I.P. Major Kenneth D. McCullar and his crew - KIA April 12, 1943.

Added: April 13, 2012
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My Uncle Sgt. George R. Aggott was a member of 43 AAF Bomb Group and shot down and KIA on 4/28/45. The only other thing marked on his grave stone at Arlington says AR United States Army.
I understand that he is buried in the same spot where his other crew mates are.

I wanted to know if there was anyone who knew him or his crew members. I also just wanted to say God Bless all our soldiers.


Added: March 10, 2012
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I am 1st of 5 boys for Lt. James E. Shropshire, Jr. 81st Air Depot Group transport pilot, dec'd 1968. 81st was sent forward to New Guinea about April, 1944 just as he arrived.
Later he was assigned to Darwin, and eventually did test pilot chores, "pranging" as Peter Dunn says, wheels-up in a P-39 on the beach (probably Casuarina) at Darwin. There's no record, however, so far. Any advice or other helpful observations? Transport is not so popular in the forums, but we are as proud as if he were an ACE.


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My great uncle was Capt. Hughie Rhodes Bonner, A.K.A. "Slim", pilot of B24D 42-40934, listed MIA. I have enjoyed learing about the information provided on this website.

Added: February 23, 2012
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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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