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Name: Dick Hammons
From: No. Little Rock, Ar.
E-mail: dickhammons@sbcglobal.net
I posted a message yesterday and spelled "hero" with an "e" at the end! I have a BA in English and that drove me nuts all night! Thanks, and God bless each hero who served with Ken's Men.
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Name: Dick Hammons
From: No. Little Rock, Ar.
E-mail: dickhammons@sbcglobal.net
My father, Tech Sgt. Harold Hammons, from Jacksonville, Ar., flew 40 combat missions with this group. Unfortunately, I believe he sufferered from ptsd and never said much about the war. He took his life in 1979. He was a heroe to me and his country, as are all of you. May God bless you all, and thank you from the bottom of my heart.
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Name: Dani van oosterhout
From: The Netherlands
E-mail: daniellevanoosterhout@hotmail.com

 

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Name: Byron & Peggy Porretta
From: Cochise, Arizona
E-mail: bootznsaddles@yahoo.com
THANK YOU!!! We thank all those that served our country. You will never be forgotten for your service and sacrifice. May God bless you all.
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Name: Tappey Jones
From: Va
E-mail: jonesth@vmi.edu
My father, Hugh Jones, was a member of the 63rd. He was a sergeant in ordinance. I'd love to hear from relatives of his leutenant.
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Name: Martha Passman
From: Dahlonega, Georgia
E-mail: mpassman@windstream.net
I recently purchased a liquor decanter with a label that says, "Personally selected for Kenneth Gissonne; Rio Rita; 403 Bomb SQ; 43 Grp.

I have enjoyed learning the history of this group of men. Does anyone know when these bottles were given? Was it an anniversary date of some sort for the group?
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Name: William Hillyard Jr.
From: Colorado
My father flew as Ernie Well's co-pilot in the 'Gentleman Jim '
in the 403, the original Mareeba Butchers , until promoted
to pilot of his own crew. He made it home and finished the
war in Walla Walla WA. as a Captain and instructor. I still have
his flight jacket with Mareeba Butchers patch.
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Name: Chuck Bowen
From: North Dakota
E-mail: dakotaduece46@yahoo.com
My uncle was Henry (Billy) Bowen. He was the tailgunner on the last mission of B-17E 41-9234. They flew out of Mareeba Australia.
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Name: Jeff Kahler
From: Superior, WI
E-mail: jeffreyskahler@yahoo.com
My Grandfather, Harold H Kahler, was one of Ken's Men. The family misses him dearly.
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Name: taylor
From: earth
E-mail: taylordane8701@gmail.com
after some gunja farmers need 3 to expand my bussiness overseas plz email me if you would like to apply

taylordane8701@gmail.com
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