384th Bombardment Group (Heavy) in World War II

Welcome to the 384th Bombardment Group (Heavy) Photo Gallery. This gallery makes available the photographic and documentary portion of the 384th BG record. All content on this gallery is visible to all visitors. Those wishing to enter a comment or contribute images will need to register and log in (links at left of Home page). Please register for an account when you need access beyond viewing gallery content. For additional information about the 384th BG, visit the 384th Bomb Group website⇗.

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MICROFILMS: A portion of the group and squadron records were microfilmed by the Air Force Historical Research Agency at Maxwell AFB. These records were digitized by a professional service, and are made available for public access as a service of this website, with support of some generous donations to help underwrite the cost.

Six rolls of microfilms were found to contain 384th-related records. The document images have been categorized as well as possible within each roll. You may have to hunt to find records relevant to your research, as some documents were misfiled originally, or were difficult to categorize in a meaningful way.

The quality of the digital images is the same as the microfilm - some of them are unreadable, just as on the original microfilm. In general, every image caption begins with the microfilm ROLL number and IMAGE number. For example: "B0373-00109". Unfortunately, the image number corresponds only to the sequence in the digital conversion process, not the original frame number on the microfilm, although it is usually close to the same. Most images contain the original frame number at the bottom.

NOTE that the images can be displayed at user-selectable sizes to optimize readability, or downloaded.