384th Bombardment Group (Heavy) in World War II

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  • thevintagelife - Monday 11 March 2019
    Arthur R. Bryant: He was in George B Keck's crew.

    This is my father. I submited these photos many years ago. With his first wife Phyllis Hunt.
    I ended up being able to locate the two Air Force buddies pictured with him but now forget their names. I will post when I can find the info again.
  • Kimmy37872 - Saturday 28 July 2018
    547th Squadron. Disney Crew. Salvage Queen 42-5853. Fredrick Disney is center back row. T/Sgt. Maryville Ray Galloway(my great uncle) is back row far right.
  • RobynLynnBurns - Sunday 27 May 2018
    My father, Robert Burns, flew with your grandfather, Edgar J Hayes.
  • Walden Hatton - Saturday 26 May 2018
    Are any of the great men still alive?
  • skyqueen - Friday 11 May 2018
    Grateful for the "Sky Queen" material as this was my Uncle who was the bottom turret gunner
  • daclemen - Saturday 10 March 2018
    Maurice Booska, Edward Hock, and Ralph Alloway probably TDY at the "Flak House"
  • DonnaMaurillo - Tuesday 6 March 2018
    Photos from left to right:

    1. My father, 2LT John Dominic Maurillo, on leave in Syracuse NY with his parents, Rosaria Clavelli Maurillo and Vitantonio Maurillo. His parents did not obtain US citizenship until the 1950s, so during the war, they were classed as enemy aliens.

    2. My father, 2LT John Dominic Maurillo, on leave in Syracuse NY with my mother, Mary DeLuca, whom he later married.

    3. My father and my stepmother, Dorothea. By this time, Dad had spent several years in the Air Force Reserves and had been promoted to Captain. I believe that Dad and Dorothea were attending a Reserve function in this photo.

    4. My parents (LT John D. Maurillo and Mary DeLuca Maurillo) were on their honeymoon in Atlantic City when this was taken in October 1944. He was based in New Jersey for a short time before being assigned to Midland-Odessa TX and finally to Monroe LA, where I was born in July 1945.

    5. 2LT John D Maurillo and Mary DeLuca Maurillo, my parents, on their wedding day in Syracuse NY on September 30, 1944. Dad had just returned from Grafton-Underwood and was being assigned stateside. As he was passing through Syracuse on his way to New Jersey, he and my mother were married. She was 19 and he was 21.
  • Brian Chobot - Tuesday 6 February 2018
    THIS WAS A PICTURE OF MY COUSIN'S PLANE(JOHN B REYNOLDS KIA 4/27/1944)
  • bdemille - Tuesday 5 December 2017
    This picture is not of the Donald S. Morrison Crew. Donald Morrision and Robert DeMille never flew the "Doris Mae". The correct picture is included as "Morrison and DeMille B-17 Crew" which was uploaded by Bruce A. DeMille, son of Robert E. DeMille