384th Bombardment Group (Heavy) in World War II

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  • bertveenstra - Wednesday 27 December 2023 09:11
    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?

  • skyqueen - Friday 11 May 2018 15:42
    Grateful for the "Sky Queen" material as this was my Uncle who was the bottom turret gunner