1. The AAF forum will close permanently on December 1, 2017. I no longer have the time to manage a project like this, obviously, or give it the attention that it deserves. I still think fondly of the early days in 1998 when this all got started. A small, but eager group of tech savvy 1st and 2nd generation descendants made great friends with the last of the WWII veterans thru the newfangled internet. They're all gone now. It's time for me to turn the page. Thanks for being along for part of the ride. I'm sorry it got so bumpy in the end.
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454th BG 738th BS PDF Plane and Crew List

Discussion in '454th BG - San Giovanni' started by Randy Morgan, Jan 14, 2017.

  1. Airwar

    Airwar Well-Known Member

  2. 25Kingman49

    25Kingman49 Well-Known Member

    Randy,
    You are most welcome. There is no longer any need to sift thru micro film, nearly all has been digitized. With those kinds of connections at Maxwell (Archive?) you should already be better informed with all 454BG documents in their holdings already in your hands. I should withdraw and leave you to your own devises.
    Scott
     
    Last edited: Mar 13, 2017
  3. Airwar

    Airwar Well-Known Member

  4. RSM03

    RSM03 New Member


    Correct, he usually went by Rom. My Uncle seems to think he may have some crew info, waiting to hear back.
     
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  5. Randy Morgan

    Randy Morgan Active Member

    Great news Ryan, Maybe he'll have a photo so we will know what Buzz or Buzzzz Job was his plane #42-52252. Take your time.
     
  6. Randy Morgan

    Randy Morgan Active Member

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