384th Bombardment Group (Heavy) in World War II

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Posing with 42-3074 JD-B 'Loma Lee'

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smeyer2b@charter.net @ 68.116.2.44 (Tue Sep 19 13:00:48 2006)
I am looking for any information on the Loma Lee. My father was the maintenance crew chief on an aircraft called the Loma Lee, in fact he named it for my mother, Loma. There are 2 aircraft called Loma Lee, the other is a C47 which I have pictures of him in front of. A very strange turn of events and an incredible coincidence regarding these airplanes and I would like to know more about them. If anyone knows anything about them, please contact me or even if you have somewhere for me to search for information. Thanks
Sally Meyer
smeyer2b@charter.net

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