RE: 1st Lt Robert L " Moose " Newman
DO YOU HAVE ALL THIS INFO? COULDN'T FIND A PIC OTHER THAN THE SQUADRON PHOTO BELOW-JIM
Lt. Robert L "Moose"
Lost in this a/c 5 Nov 43 - KIA. Nickname due to his large size.
Jonah's Feet Are Dry
By Graham Cross.
Graham Cross's long awaited history of the 353rd Fighter Group is now available. At last, this unjustifiably neglected and underrated outfit has it's story told the way it should be, in a (literally) weighty volume that both they and Graham can be proud of. This is how unit histories should be written!
This is a numbered, limited edition of only 2000 copies. Measuring 305mm x 215mm, the 696 pages include 980 illustrations, operational diary, pilot yearbook and detailed appendices.
Order online at www.353rd.com 350th Fighter Squadron 350th Fighter Squadron 350th Squadron Photograph 350th Squadron Photograph
post edited by 424thBS#1son - 2007/02/13 08:47:05
Jim McCabe, Historian
307th BG Assoc. www.307bg.net
My father, Lt. Mike McCabe(deceased 4/26/05), 307th BG, 424th BS, was a Navigator based at Morotai. Mission dates ranged from 2/20/45-8/1/45.