384th Bombardment Group (Heavy) in World War II

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McKay Photo in 'Boiler House' Context

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The location of this photo (inset photo) of John A McKay was was unknown until spotting the "boiler house" photo uploaded to the Tony Plowright album.

Photo courtesy of Blaine Billings (McKay's son-in-law), 2015.

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  • - Wednesday 1 July 2015 12:26
    [b]Date guessing[/b] Because John is wearing his Good Conduct medal, I'm guessing it was at least 3 years after his entry date of 6/23/1942, making this photo some time after 6/23/1945 - this dates this phot to somewhere near the time GU moves to Istres?