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Name: Fred Schutzman
From: Woodland, Ca
E-mail: fschutzman@gmail.com
I found this site after going through my dad's war materials 20 years after he passed away. My dad, Edward (Eppy) Schutzman had a newsletter written by Arthur Veysey about Ken's Men. At the top of the newsletter its says"Eppy Schutzman 13037507 Hq., 43rd Bomb Group (H) A.P.O. 920"

I have photos of guys but no names attached to them. I also have some photos of B17's. I did find my fathers name as someone the group was looking for in an article "Where Are They?". If this rings a bell let me know. Great Site. Thank you for all your hard work.
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Name: Michael Hernandez
From: dainthecbi.com
E-mail: coolmex5@gmail.com
While researching men who served with the 7th Bomb Group of the CBI, I have acquired a copy of Travel Orders, dated 20-October-45, which relieved several officers and enlisted men from the India-Burma Theater and sent them to the ZI.
Among the names are many who I've found are not part of the 7th Bomb Group, but belonged to other Groups that served in the CBI.

I recently (2/12/14) spoke with PFC Herman J. Hipps, who told me he served with the 43rd Bomb Squadron. This leads me to believe that there may be others who served similarly.

Anyone wishing to collect a copy of the Travel Orders may contact me at my email address.
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Name: John Bauder
From: Omaha, Nebraska
E-mail: johnbauder@yahoo.com
My father, Captain William A. Bauder, was with the 64th Bombadier Squadron flying B24s out of New Guinea and, I believe, out of the Philippines. He participated in the Battle of Leyte Gulf. I would love to get a 64th Sq unit patch. We have his 5th army air corps patch. For those of you who may have know him, he died in 1986 leaving his wife, Helen, and five grown children plus a number of grandchildren. We miss him.
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Name: Douglas Wheaton
From: Hicksville N.Y.
E-mail: dougwheatonpilot@yahoo.com
Mr.Frederick Blair was my 7TH grade teacher at Hicksville Jr.High School around 1964-5 or so...Since then,I have been fascinated with the B17..I am 62, and I remember him vividly..What a positive role model he was for me..He was a guiding influence for me,and today,still,I am grateful to have known him..Sincerely,Douglas Wheaton
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Name: Tom Gangler
From: Newcastle, CA
E-mail: yafine00@gmail.com
My Dad was George J Gangler, Flight engineer top turret gunner B-24 Kensmen and is in the picture with Bob Hope on Owi just before they bombed Peleliu. I have his log book and 2 years ago retraced some of his flights over Palau and Corregidor. He was shot through the legs over Hong Kong harbor in 1944 and was awarded the distinguished flying cross for getting his plane back to clark field. I am b=very proud of his service.
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Name: Mike Merryman
From: Centralia, Wa.
E-mail: mikem@compprime.com
I was friends with Folmer Sogaard of the 43BG 63BS and his B-17 was named "Fightin Swede".
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Name: Bernard N Dunetz
From: W Palm Beach Fl
E-mail: bernita1311@bellsouth.net
I navigator on Pat Patton's crew from Owi to Clark Field. Anyone else around?
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Name: Tom Clavin
From: Sag Harbor, NY
E-mail: Beachreading@gmail.com
Bob Drury and I, authors of "Halsey's Typhoon" are doing a book involving the Solomon Islands campaign in 1943. Would love to hear from men, or their sons/daughters, who served in the Air Force during that time. Thank you.
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Name: Malcolm R. Obourn
From: Vienna, IL
E-mail: mobourn1@live.com
403rd Sqd from 3/43 to 2/44 53 missions NAVIGATOR
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Name: Mark Gusack
From: Huntington WV
E-mail: gusackm@comcast.net
I'm Milton "Buddy" Gusack's Son and have many stories my dad told me of his experiences in the 65th bomber squadron 43 heavy. I also have many old photographs as well scanned. If anyone is interested contact me.
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