Bell P-39 Airacobra fighter airplanes at repair docks at McClellan Field, Sacramento, CA during World War II. The Army Air Forces Air Service Command overhauled these planes before sending them to pilots in the South Pacific.
The 7th Bomb Wing B-36 Association
maintains a central registry of former 7BW B-36 personnel and sponsors
reunions and other contact activities. They are keeping the historical
record of the B-36 era and have many photos and stories on this web site.
31st Bombardment Squadron (H) was also known as "The Jungle Air Force" for service in the Pacific during WW II. The Association website includes extensive history with photos and personal stories.
32nd Bomb Squadron, 1942-1945. Website offers a place for shared memories, history, and information.
404 Bomber Squadron, United States Army Air Corps. This web site commemorates the service of Dr. Will R. Eubank with this unit in the Aleutians during World War II. Many photos of the planes, facilities, and personnel in that remote outpost.
Air America. Since 1947, a
few brave commercial pilots, other aircrew members, and their ground support
personnel have risked their lives to defend freedom and American interests
across the world. From China to Vietnam, Air America pilots flew mission
after mission, saving countless lives despite the danger to themselves.
Explore this website to learn more about these not so well known American
Halifax Appreciation Society.
In honour of those who made the supreme sacrifice and the men and women
who served with 462 and 466 RAAF Squadrons of Bomber Command Middle East,
Driffield and Leconfield 1942 - 1945
Web-Birds.com supports pages for a large number of Air Corps, Navy and Marine Corps fighter and bomber groups from WW II.
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