384th Bombardment Group (Heavy) in World War II

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  • MaintenanceChief - Friday 11 October 2019 13:09
    This is another test comment.
  • DrNancy - Wednesday 9 October 2019 12:55
    Oops- Frederick M. Griggs, I think.
  • DrNancy - Tuesday 8 October 2019 10:44
    My father is Harry W. Neville. I have two copies of this photo with names listed on the back, one typed, the other in handwriting I do not recognize. Both identify the individual in the last row, far right as John McNamara. The individual in the front row far left is identified as Merle Gibson.
  • DrNancy - Monday 7 October 2019 17:20
    Standing L-R: Cecil Hobdey, Harry Neville, John McNamara, Horace Denton
    Kneeling L-R: Robert Olsen, Jack Harper, Stanley Kania, Obert Lay, Angelo DeLauri
  • DrNancy - Monday 7 October 2019 17:18
    This is a photo of the Neville Crew, as far as I know Griggs is not in this photo. This is:
    Back L-R: Cecil Hobdy, Harry Neville, John McNamara, Horace Denton
    Front L-R: Robert Olson, Jack Harper, Stanley Kania, Obert Lay, Angelo DeLauri
  • MacTid - Monday 26 August 2019 21:49
    These gentlemen are actually from five different crews. Dad was with Bob Sheahan. The others can be found by searching their names on this website. Only two (Buczynski and Ross, I believe) were from the same crew.
  • AZPhil - Wednesday 21 August 2019 20:35
    This is a German pic from the town of Reichenbach. This is a pic of the front section of the Mrs Geezil after it exploded in mid air. . The pic shows the beginning of the Geezil that was painted on the fuselage
    Semper Fi
    Phil
  • P Bellamy - Sunday 23 June 2019 03:39
    This photo appears to show the entrance to the service wing (boiler house, staff quarters, kitchens, servery, etc.) of the Officers Club on the second Communal Site (Site 3).
  • AJD - Sunday 17 March 2019 04:57
    St Mary's Street bridge, river Great Ouse, Bedford
  • AJD - Sunday 17 March 2019 04:54
    My Grandfather had a café in the old Corn Exchange, the tall building on the left. It is possible that my mother and, newly discovered father, Eugene Theodore Wilson met there!