World War 2 Bomber Groups.
Links to other bomber and bomb
Wing and Prayers, lots of bomb group links
2nd Air Division Memorial Library
Second Bomb Group
Second Bombardment Association - 2nd Bomb Group Page 1
11th Bomb Group
30th Bomb Group
B-24 Memorial Site
200th Bomb Group Stats
320th Bomb Group and B-26 Marauder
the 340th Bombardment Group
Welcome to the 376th Heavy Bombardment Group376th Bomb Group
Significance of the Liberandos Emblem
390th Bomb Group Memorial Museum
410th Bomb Group Stephen Ambrose Historical Tours - D-Day Tours
Official Home of the 450th BG Association452nd
Bombardment Group (H)
483rd Bombardment Group (H) Association
Click Here's a New Request.
This request is from Captain Irving Mayer an F6F Hellcat Pilot.
I have this
ring that was given to me by my grandfather (indirectly via my mom)
almost fifty years ago. I dont really have any history other then
knowing that he worked there and he was too old to serve during
. I have attached a
photo to this e-mail and maybe you could shed some light on this for
me. I was always under the impression that it was made by a group of
folks in the bomber plant during the war years. Thank you in
advance for you help. Click on picture
for a much better view.
Click Here for a list of WW2 Fighter Groups
Click Here to go to the YellowAirplane Online Museum
Can anyone tell me what these wings are. A lady found these in the Attic and we were thinking the wings might belong to a James Hefferman from our area but we are not sure. She wrote that they were from the B96th Bomber Group but it may be the 896th Bomb Group. If anyone knows, write to me by clicking on the picture above. Thank you very much, C. Jeff Dyrek, Webmaster.
These are generic gunners wings. The were awarded to enlisted flight crew members who qualified for a gunners position on an aircraft
The question on the website asked for the identification of the wings on that page. They are World War II USAAF Gunner's wings. Prior to the National Defense Service Act of 1947 that established the as a separate service branch, the Army Air Force had special wings for the various aerial positions http://www.ww2wings.com/wings/usaaf/usaafgunner.shtml is a location that will help to verify the identity of the wings.Hope this helps.
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Flight Manual B-24 Liberator
A reprint of the official government handbook designed to show the new cadet how to fly the aircraft. Heavily illustrated with dozens of photos, diagrams and charts. 146 pgs., 8½"x 11", sfbd.
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Born out of an approach made by the US Army Air Corps to Consolidated for a bomber with superior performance to the B-17, the Liberator was built in record numbers as the Allies' most abundant heavy bomber. From the first to see combat, the B-24D, to the ultimate Liberator, the heavily modified PB4Y-2 Privateer, all navy versions are featured in this, the first of four volumes on the B-24 family.
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