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You have a photo of my granddads crew T/Stg. Bill W Proudfoot. I really don't have photos but I do have a copy of orders with the names of 5 other 24j crews on It 9 July 1944. I would be willing to share with you!

Added: November 15, 2010
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My grandfather Sgt George E Merz died in 1971 before I was born. All I have of his service record are two small clips from our local newspaper, undated. One stated that he was a member of the 43rd bomber group and had served in New Guinea, Australia and the Philippine Islands, The other indicates that he received the air medal for meritorious achievement in aerial combat against the Japanese. This is about all I know about him, anyone that may remember anything or be able to point me in the right direction would be greatly appreciated.

Added: November 12, 2010
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My husband Alfred M Baron also a Ken's Men,known as "Blue".A B-17 tail gunner on "Old Baldy".
Anyone recall "Blue Baron or Bluey Baron"
mbaron11@roadrunner.com


Added: September 21, 2010
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I am looking for anyone who knew N. Sabetta, he was a mechanic / crew chief with the 43rd. I am looking if anyone knows what plane he might have crewed.

Added: September 11, 2010
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my dad was S/SGT louis pappert a gunner on crew #10 I was wondering if anyone from his crew is still around? What plane did crew 10 fly?

Added: August 20, 2010
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Hello,
My grandfather was Charles A. (Rocky) Stone. I believe he was a navigator on B-17's. I would like to find out if anyone remembers the names of the plane(s) he was a crewmember of. If I remember correctly, a B-17 he was on was shot down by Zero's somewhere over Borneo. I would love to find out more about that too. Thank you all for serving our country!
Regards,
Michael Muguruza


Added: August 6, 2010
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always wanted to know about my grampa and ww 2 had 1 picture of him and a crew standing in front of what i believe is a B 17 or 24 and recently found more pictures and a small book that he carried with him in his deployment overseas .he was assigned to the 43rd group 63rd squadron .sec22 .approx feb -45 to nov45 .he has listed mission #122 to 130 .i dont know what all that means but im hoping that maybe i can place names to the faces in these pictures .he was injured and recieved the purple heart .i have pictures of him standing in front of the seahawks sign and on the back of the picture he has listed Ted Brockman -co-pilot
Chuck Rauch -navigator
if anyone has any info i would love to hear about it .thank you


Added: August 3, 2010
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Great site. My dad John Wayne Parrish flew the radar bombers in the SW Pacific the last two yrs of the war. His other pilot was Bancroft. Anybody have any pictures or info on the crew please contact me.

TR Parrish


Added: June 27, 2010
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MY FATHER WAS WITH THE "JOLLY ROGERS" FOR A TIME. CANNOT FIND ANY INFO ABOUT HIM OR THE PLANE- HE WAS ON A PLANE CALLED "BUGS BUNNY" I BELIEVE. DIDN'T LAST LONG AS A GUNNER-TURNS OUT HE WAS CLAUSTOPHOBIC

Added: June 10, 2010
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I may have an original picture of the plane "Ken's Men". Is there any way to scan it and post to this website?

My family was friend's of the family member that took the photograph. There is no date on the back of the photo.


Added: June 9, 2010
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