384th Bombardment Group (Heavy) in World War II

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GROSBIER, AEROGRAPHS, BACK

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A2 jacket which belonged to Gordon Joseph Grosbier, Radio Operator on the Robert E. Strand Crew.

Gordon J. Grosbier was a native of Wisconsin, the Badger state.

Photograph by John Slemp, Aerographs

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KAE
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