384th Bombardment Group (Heavy) in World War II

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  • bertveenstra - Wednesday 27 December 2023
    As I am very busy working for the last two years in finding an unexploded 500 lbs. The Sky Queen dropped 10 just before crash landing.
    Mr. Adams and Mr. Perotti bailed out and survived.

    Mr. Adams survived being captured by the Germans.
    Is there anyone that can get me in contact with relatives of Mr. Perotti, the radio operator?

    Thanks,
    Bert
  • Jayhawkhenry - Sunday 10 September 2023
    This was acquired by me at an antique sale in Iowa. Lt. John Hardy Hunt Jr, 545th BS, 384th BG. I was pleased to find your site when searching for information on Lt Hunt.
  • shemale.ws - Thursday 9 March 2023
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  • shemale.ws - Friday 30 December 2022
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  • ogilvj - Monday 26 September 2022
    My grandfather (Robert Burns) flew once with Robert Kreuscher. Sortie Report #7684 1944-11-20. Really enjoyed these pictures
  • Jeanne050 - Monday 8 August 2022
    I have photos of other crew members. How can I get them to this web page?
    Jeanne Ostnes
    jeannebeni@gmail.com
  • janelja@ix.netcom.com - Tuesday 31 May 2022
    Regarding photo in "Lead Crew Photos to be Identified", the photo 42-102661 BIG DOG, has my uncle, Emil Clayton Morlan (radio operator) in second from left back row. By deduction, I believe this is 384th BG Mission # 173, 8th AF Mission # 519, Primary Target Luftwaffe Controlling Station, Langenhagen, Germany.
    Back L-R: Unidentified, TSgt Emil Clayton Morlan (RO), 1st LT Frank Lavon Allred, 2nd LT Lloyd Earl LaChine
    Front L-R: Unidentified, 2nd LT Timothy James O'Sullivan (N), TSgt Clifford Berg, 1st LT Gerald Samons, 1st LT Ralph Edward Wiley (B).
    Please verify. I am certain of my uncle in the photo but need additional validation that everything else is correct.
    Thanks, Janel Morlan Jannusch
  • SteveJames - Thursday 20 May 2021
    My father, Edward O James Jr. was the ball turret gunner on Edgar J Hayes' crew. I've got a picture of what might be the crew in my gallery and am looking to see if I can get it put here. I can't prove it's the crew as there are only 9 men in it, but it sure looks like Edgar Hayes is sitting next to my father.
  • Chris Eve - Wednesday 14 April 2021
    This gentleman was, I believe, a tall Texan boyfriend (from Grafton Underwood), of my mother's (Jeanne Thurgar), who was still at school at the time, and whose family lived at 'Ketnor House', Hannington Crossroads, on the main road between Kettering and Northampton. Photo taken in either 1944 or '45. There is a story about their friendship, during a visit to Kettering High Street, one day.
  • Jim McIsaac - Sunday 11 April 2021
    The Maps I redid are based on the booklet 384th Bombardment Group Station 106 Grafton Underwood, England Maps and Site Plans (2019). The map page numbers are labeled the same except for page 44, that is one I made up to show the building outside of the map range. Hopefully they will come in handy for anyone exploring the base.