384th Bombardment Group (Heavy) in World War II

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Units throughout England have adopted children whose fathers were lost in the war. Here is Gloria Diane, seven years old, who had a Flying Fortress named after her when she visited her foster fathers (a whole squadron of them) at a base in the Midlands. She looks very comfortable on the shoulder of Major Raymond P. Ketelsen, 24, Houston, Texas, commanding officer of the squadron [the 545th Bomb Squad], which contributed 100 pounds ($400) to support the child for five years.