First Name :   tom
URL :   tbond56@aol.com
Comment :   My dad, from Minn., was a B-17 pilot during World War II. He passed away about 20 years ago. Lately Ive become interested in what he did during the war. While alive he didnt talk about it much. I remember when I was young, seeing a box full of medals. At
First Name :   Richard
URL :   Newfdruel@aol.com
Comment :   My father was a bombardier with the 379th bg 525sq. (wounded by flack over Cologne Sept. 27th, 44). He didnt share a lot of details and I am very interested. You guys are true heroes.
First Name :   Bill
URL :   papa@sonoratx.net
Comment :   The site is very good. My uncle was a waist gunner in WW2 with the 8th, and I was with the 8th in Guam during Nam.
First Name :   Tate
URL :   tgrout@mac.com
Comment :   My name is Tate Grout, my grandfather was a B-17 and B-24 instructor pilot in Fort Meyers, Florida (he may have been in Mississippi or Alabama as well), his name was Don Grout. He must have tought a lot of men to fly 17s and 24s if anyone remembers him an
First Name :   Sharon
URL :   
Comment :   My dad was in the 93rd, 409th, he was from MN. He died 1 Dec 1943 in a B24D,a waist gunner. Wish I could talk with some one who knew Leonard (Buddy)Gallaway from St. Louis Park.
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