384th Bombardment Group (Heavy) in World War II

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The commemorative wing panel project provided 384th Veterans an opportunity to inscribe their names on a piece of history - a skin panel from the wing of a B-17G. This panel, and the symbols, lettering, and design, were all donated. The panel - called "The 384th Bombardment Group (Heavy) Commemorative Wing Panel" - has been placed on permanent display in the Hill Aerospace Museum at Hill Air Force Base in Utah, as testament to the Veterans' devotion to their Country, to their purpose, and to each other. At the 2021 Reunion, the Group visited the Museum to view the Wing Panel in its permanent home, and to dedicate it to the memory of our Veterans and their accomplishments.

Each signing event was arranged by individual "Panel Hosts" who scheduled the event, transported the wing panel, and provided whatever was needed to assist the Veteran. These Panel Hosts are identified for each signing, except for the ones which occur at the annual reunions, where everyone helps out.

After the introductory material, all the Veterans who have signed are listed in alphabetical order (by last name, then first name).