384th Bombardment Group (Heavy) in World War II

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  • Jim McIsaac - Sunday 11 April 2021 08:33
    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.
  • Jim McIsaac - Saturday 6 February 2021 21:01
    Original Griffin Crew photos can be found on multiple sources: American Air Museum, National Museum of the mighty eighth air force, Wings Museum, etc.
  • Jim McIsaac - Wednesday 10 April 2019 18:06
    Pictures 57 to 84: After visiting Grafton Underwood, Paul and I paid our respects to the Griffin crew at the American cemetery in Cambridge, England and then in March 2019 I was able to visit Robert Griffin’s grave in California.
  • Jim McIsaac - Wednesday 10 April 2019 18:04
    In September of 2018, my long-time friend, Paul and I visited Grafton Underwood with the assistance from Keven Flecknor and Neill Howarth.