384th Bombardment Group (Heavy) in World War II

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  • - Friday 26 April 2013 20:08
    [b]Mission #6 Le Mans France 4 July 1943[/b] Mission #6 Le Mans France 4 July 1943
  • - Friday 26 April 2013 20:07
    [b]Mission #5 Villacoublay France 29 June 1943[/b] Mission #5 Villacoublay France 29 June 1943
  • - Friday 26 April 2013 20:07
    [b]Mission #4 Beaumont Le Roger 28 June 1943[/b] Mission #4 Beaumont Le Roger 28 June 1943
  • - Friday 26 April 2013 20:05
    [b]Mission #3 Villacoublay France 26 June 1943 [/b] Mission #3 Villacoublay France 26 June 1943
  • - Friday 26 April 2013 20:04
    [b]Mission #2 Hamburg, Germany 25 June 1943[/b] Mission #2 Hamburg, Germany 25 June 1943
  • - Friday 26 April 2013 20:02
    [b]Mission #1 Antwerp, Belgium 22 June 1943[/b] Mission #1 Antwerp, Belgium 22 June 1943
  • - Sunday 21 April 2013 16:16
    [b]Crew ID[/b] Major Robert Thacker is not in this picture. He did not fly a mission on 8 July 1944 with Lt Koch. 1LT Wortman flew with Lt Koch on 8 July 1944.
    CPT Raymond L. Austin-B, Kneeling 2nd from left.
  • - Sunday 21 April 2013 12:34
    [b]Aircraft ID[/b] The aircraft appears to be the Black Ghost.
  • - Sunday 21 April 2013 12:31
    [b]Crew ID[/b] This is the same picture as posted by Tim Girard in the Registered Users Album, page 2.
    It is a picture of the Walter Richard Carpenter Crew.
  • - Saturday 20 April 2013 13:54
    [b]Aircraft 42-5771[/b] Aircraft 42-5771 was used in the States as a training ship.
    The photo was taken as a stateside base.