384th Bombardment Group (Heavy) in World War II

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"Sunday afternoon, 22 May 1983, Junket IV. Picture #8, Gerald Sammons and Joe Carnes carrying the banner and leading the procession to the 384th BG monument. Gerald on the left and Joe on the right.
“More than 80 members of the 384th Bomb Group lined up to march from Grafton to the airfield from which so many missions were flown from 1943 to 1945. The group felt proud as they marched (no one out of step), led by Jerry Sammons (Illinois) and Joe Carnes (Texas) who were carrying the 384th Bomb Group Banner.” (per Keith Ellefson)

William E "Pop" Dolan is behind the banner, and Bill Harvey is visible over Dolan's left shoulder.

Photo contributed by John Cater, 2014.

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