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Name: David Wilson
From: Mississippi
E-mail: DEWMadison@bellsouth.net
Enjoyed your site. Thank you for your service to our country.
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Name: Brandon
From: Atlanta GA
E-mail: bwitt13@hotmail.com
My Great Uncle was 2nd Lt Howard Munson. He was on Craps for the Japs and the plane was lost on a bombing mission. I have been looking for additional information on him and his crew. I have copies (hand copied) of the letters the family received from the government regarding his disapperance, but am interested in knowing if anyone knew him while in the service.
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Name: Ryan Foote
From: Connecticut
E-mail: ryanmfoote@gmail.com
My grandfather, one of the best guys I have ever know was part of this group. His name was Vincent DeCesare formerly of Greenwich, CT and Berlin, CT. His wife Eileen has now passed as well. I think of him often and look forward to updates from this group.

Ryan Foote
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Name: Peter Crisitello
From: Rahway, NJ
E-mail: Crisitel@RCI.Rutgers.edu

 

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Name: irchange.org
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Name: Herbert M. Gladwill, Jr.
From: Cochise County, Arizona
E-mail: gladwillh@gmail.com
I enjoyed your site. I am looking for information on my Uncle, Arthur Lee Gladwill who allegedly was a crew chief on either a B-25 or B26 in the Pacific. He was severely injured when his ship crashed on take off with a full bomb load.
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Name: Michael Spradlin
From: Memphis, TN
E-mail: spradlin@mabts.edu
My great uncle was TSGT Delmar Dotson, who was lost on the B-17 Listen Here Tojo 15 Sept. 1943 (65th Squadron). I would love to hear from anyone who remembered him.
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Name: John Salek
From: Fairfield CT
E-mail: jgsalekrma@aol.com
My father served in the 43rd BG from 1944 - 1946. I am anxious to learn more and share some photos.
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Name: Janice Killion Veres
From: San Diego
E-mail: janice.veres@gmail.com
My dad was Warren Killion, he never talked to me about his life during WWII. He died before I had a chance to hear about this chapter of his life. If anyone remembers him and can share bits of his time in New Guinie, not only would I enjoy hearing but his grand children would also like to hear.
Thanks
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Name: Geoffrey Gowen
From: Flint Hill, VA
E-mail: geoffgowen@comcast.net
I was a civilian internee (age 13) in Bilibid Prison, Manila in January, 1945. We saw a B-24 get shot down, and watched the crewman try to parachute to safety. Sadly, some didn't make it. I believe this plane was with a squadron based, since late December 1944 or early January 1945 on Mindoro Island. I would very much like to know what squadron this plane was from and, if possible, the names of the crew and what happened to them. This would let me share the story of what we saw with their families, a story that my dad wrote up in his memoirs "Sunrise to Sunrise".
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