Ken's Men - Guestbook





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Great Website. My father was Capt. Bernard Wollin, a navigator. Not sure which aircraft he flew aboard. Dad passed away in October 2002 in Boca Raton, FL.
I may be able to find some photos that I can scan and upload. If there is interest in more images for the website, please let me know where to send them.


Added: November 12, 2015
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My father-in-law was Ervin Schindhelm, bombardier on the B-24. Am currently trying to sort through his photos from the war - Ervin died in 1999, his wife in 2006. If anyone has served, or has family who served, with Erv, I'd love to hear from you! - he would have loved the idea of this website!

Added: November 8, 2015
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My grandfather was Russell Burnett..he was part of Ken's Men in the Philippines..unfortunately he passed last March 2014.. I would love to be able to take on the tradition of going to the reunion..can someone tell me where the next one is....thank you
Debra Collazo


Added: October 29, 2015
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Great site

Added: October 24, 2015
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My Dad was Don P Baker - flew with all the brave men of the 43rd and as "Ken's Men". He worked tirelessly to help with the reunions after he got over his fear of flying! His return trip to the mainland was so frightening he told God he'd never go more than 20' off the ground if he made it. lol

But he did, and was a big part of their revitalized reunions - died August 18, 1995; lived to see all the 50th anniversary TV shows and to talk to some of his remaining flight buddies. God bless my Daddy and all those who served with him in the 43rd.


Added: October 20, 2015
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My dad John Parrish was a pilot with Bancroft and served with 43rd bg and 63rd sq. I was at the Dayton reunion. Am I a member. I am in Tokyo and started thinking of WWii.

Added: August 10, 2015
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Hello,

I am trying to make contact with Alan Matisoff, the son of the 64th Squadron nose gunner S/Sgt Jack Matisoff. I would like to learn more about Sgt. Matisoff's service with the 64th as well as the story of Sgt. Delray echo-Hawk.

Thank you,

Edward Rogers
Edward Rogers


Added: July 24, 2015
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"Arthur Mulligan celebrates his 100th Birthday on June 26, 2015 with family and friends. Arthur was a longtime resident of Rosendale and Kingston before retiring to Delray Beach, Florida. He owned and operated Arthur F Mulligan Inc located in Tillson and also served as Mayor, Police Chief and Fire Chief of Rosendale while a resident. He is the oldest surviving World War II member of the 64th Bomb Squadron, 43rd Bomb Group known as "Kens Men" flying as a B-24 pilot in the Pacific Theatre. He was recently honored by the members of the Tillson American Legion Post 1219, and the State and National Commander of the American Legion for his 70 years as a member."

Added: June 22, 2015
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My great uncle (Robert Varner) and his fellow crew members were apart of the 43rd. They did not return from a bombing raid on April 28, 1945. He is memorialized with a grave marker in the Punch Bowl in Honolulu. I would love to share his photo with you all.

Added: May 27, 2015
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Added: April 29, 2015
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