Bases Little Walden (England); Bretigny and Laon/Couvron (France).

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He received the distinguished flying cross for D-day at the Cherbourg peninsula, and a letter for "the most accurate precision bombing in the European theater" for a bridge in Clois France.

I was looking at the list of names on the B-26page and saw a Lt Julian Blount. Surely two Lts with the same last name in the same squadron would have run into each other.

Best regards, Alf Egil Johannessen Hi, I have an obituary for a friend of my late father. Recent deceased is Francis O'Rourke, he was a 1st LT bombardier. I would just like to say how very proud of his father he is and of his wonderful mother.

He became a Catholic Franciscan priest and died in 2008 in Boston. Lt ES Moorhead would be so proud of all of them today.I would appreciate it if you would contact me with any leads that might help me locate David and his family. If you have anymore info on the plane being shot down please let me know. Thank you, Jacqueline Hess Marauderman's Name: Richard (Dick) Donnelly 2Lt Bomb Group: 387 Bomb Squadron: 556 Years in service: ? Flew his first mission in Sept 45 and something over 25 altogether (Air Medal with Silver Cluster). I'm interested in the name of the plane, photos and I'd love to hear from anyone who knew him. was a Bombardier in the 574th Bombardment Squadron in the 391st Bombardment Group.-My father, Robert Zinkgraf, flew with the 322BG 451st SQ. Check out Lee Lipkis' page I have found in an old photo album with some of my fathers WWII information. I dont have much more information as he drown in an accident 1955, July 4th in Georgia. I would like anyone who could to please give me some information on how I might go about getting his war record so I could pass that information down to his grandchildren.Thank you, Kirt Blount I found your website for the B-26 Marauder which flew with the 9th Air Force in the European Theatre during the Battle of the Bulge.Maybe you can help me find the information about, perhaps family members of, or a picture of one of its military members - Sergeant David Vreeland assigned to the 9th Air Force, 394th Bombardment Group, 586th Bomber Group Squadron. was incorporated as a not-for-profit research organization in 1964.