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  • Name:Tim Schulte
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Mr. Henderson, As a friend of Danny Dietz, resident of Colorado, and member of the NAVSPECWAR community, I appreciate your uncompromising position on his memorial. As you said, you cant satisfy everybody, and thank GOD you are not bowing to the will of a couple of anti-gun kooks. For Ms. Cuesta to link this memorial to Columbine, in any way, is an insult to the Dietz family, the Naval Special Warfare community and every other fallen hero in our countries history.

LCDR Tim Schulte


  • Name: Cathy Connelly
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Trying to find any info on relative Jerald or Gerald (Jerry) Owens, who wnet down over the Burma Hump in WW2, about 1945. Plane /bodies never found that I am aware of. Anyone know of where to look for info?? Cannot find ANY record of his ever existing!!!!!

Thanks!


  • Name: Edith Chenault
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My dad flew with the 389th Bombardment Group In the European Theater Operations as a belly gunner....they called him Pops since he was the oldest of the crew at 21....I only have names of the rest:

Harmon, Carpenter, Clay, Dunbar, Bivins, Van Camp, Howard, Williams, Waller, Lindmier, Smelly


  • Name: Devra Bailey Murphy
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My sincere thanks to all who served and to their families for their sacrifices. If anyone has any info on SSGT Wilford C. Baily whose plane went down over the Burma Hump on 1/10/45, it would be truly appreciated. Blessings.


  • Name: PETE MINIX
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My name is Pete Minix, and my hobby for the last 7 years, has been collecting and compiling World War II veteran histories. I currently have over 160 World War II veterans, from all branches, in my private library. None of this information is given out or published for a monetary gain. If you wish to share this information with me, I would greatly appreciate it. I look forward to hearing from you.

Sincerely,
Peter D. Minix
Former Sergeant
Weapons Platoon
USMC


  • Name: ART SCHLITZ
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China India Tinian 1944 1945 468th Bomb Group. We will never forget the 243 MEN we lost. Heros of the 468th. GOD BLESS THEM ONE AND ALL


  • Name: ART SCHLITZ
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Chanute Field-Smokey Hill KS. China-India-Tinian 1943--1945 -468th Gp. 792nd Sq.


  • Name: Ronald Potter
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Mr. Ambrose's book on D-Day is an insult to Canadians and Britons. It is a fact that Canadians made the furthest advances during D-Day, accomplished more objectives than any other Allied units & the 1st Canadian Parachute Battalion that were the first Allied troops to land in Fortress Europe secured more objectives than any other paratroops that jumped in advance of the landings. Canadians made an equal contribution to winning both World Wars compared to our British and American comrades.


  • Name: Art Schlitz
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I was stationed in Pengshan, China A7 in 1944 468th Bomb Group-792nd Squad-Does anyone remember the good old days???


  • Name: ewa
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Does anyone have memories of Art Curren, a much decorated WW II pilot in the Pacific?

Thank you.


  • Name: Gareth Morris
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We are a British documentary production company researching the US 'Eagle Squadron' pilots who flew spitfire in early WWII. We would like to hear from any surviving pilots or anyone who has family connections/photos or old movie footage.

Regards, Marty


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  • Name: Marty
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Great Site, wonderful work! My Uncle was a WWII fighter pilot, he flew Spitfires with the American Eagle Squadron, RAF...then later P-51's with the 4th fighter group. I wonder if you know him, since he lives near you in Colorado Springs. His name is Wilson "Bill" Edwards, he is quite a guy!

Regards, Marty


  • Name: CARMINE
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HOWARD HUGHS IN MY OPINION WAS A GREAT PIONEER OF FLIGHT. THANKS TO HIS CONTRIBUTION IT'S AVIATION ENTHUSIASTS LIKE ME WHO UNFORTUNATELY WERE NOT BORN IN THE 30'S AND FORTIES, WHO CAN ENJOY THIS GREAT MAN'S TALENT.


  • Name: Robert Watson
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Dad was in the 3731 QM trk Co any info in reference to Dad would be appreciated


  • Name: Alvin Levine
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My dad was in the 15th Aircore flying over Italy and North Africa He was a Bombardiar in the B-24. His name was Jacob B. Levine (Jack). His plane was named "The Duck". I am proud to say that I was named after one of the guys that didn't make it home. His Name Was Alvin Drock and he was the navigator. Alvin Drock died in my dad's arms.

My dad served from 1942-45 If anyone knows anyone or anything about the Plane or the names Alvin Drock or Jack Levine, please contact.

Al Levine


  • Name: Dennis Withers
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Robert, I would like to Thank You from all vets, including our young men fighting in Iraq. Your interest and work on THE DUST OFF memorial will help bring an awareness long over due, to the American people. This Memorial / Tribute will help let the nation know. Yes, there are consequences, and our nation needs to recognize this is an issue, for the returning combat soldier.

THANK YOU,  Robert & Cheryl for stepping up to the plate on this issue.

 DWW


  • Name: David N Ford
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I'm a founding member of the American Air Museum in Britain, good Luck and best wishes.


  • Name: Edmund Robert
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Robert: I hope we can put our visions and your talents to realize a Memorial to Aviation in Fort Collins.


  • Name: Tom Allen
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Good to hear from you, Bob. Thanks for the postcard and picture of your recent work.

Great Web site! Recent work is excellent and quite a contrast to the "Tree of Life" and fountains in your past.

I'm sending your URL to bomber pilot vet of WWII. I'm sure he'll also find your site interesting.


  • Name: paul rouleau
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this is for my dad ,its good to know some one remembers


  • Name: B.J.Cascio
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I was radio man on B-29 #234, 15thAF 428 bomb unit with Crossroad Project. Stationed at Kirtland AFB, Albuquerque, N.M. I was discharged Dec 1946 and my plane crashed Jan 1947 loosing all 14 aboard. May God have mercey on them.


  • Name: Dr. James Cohen
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In memory of my father, a hero of the CBI Theater. A great pilot, a wonderful father and husband, and an even more wonderful human being. May his memory live on in our hearts.


  • Name: Paul Carpenter
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My Uncle, (Great-uncle)in more ways than one, was a waist gunner in the 449th...His initial B24 was "The Mighty Mouse." I have heard so much about all of you brave men and what you did for me, my freedom and my way of life. I would like to thank all of you for the sacrifices you made and in particular, to my Uncle, Angelo Gervasi......Great Love and Respect to each of you....Who are still with us and to those who made the ultimate sacrifice.....THANK YOU ALL!!!!!


  • Name: Jerry Young
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Very nice site. Looking for a nice gift for my dad, pilot of a C47 flying the Hump. We are so very proud of him and all of those who served with him. My 3 brothers, 3 sisters and now 27 grandchildren are blessed that he is yet with us living his remaining summers in Minnesota and wintering in Tucson.


  • Name: robert boisvert
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this is my friends name that flew the hump


  • Name: Deanna
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We just lost our Grandpa. looking for a special present to remember him.


  • Name: Gary
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My Dad Robert was an aerial engineer in a C-46...flew the hump many times bringing supplies in to India and Burma and China. I am proud of what he accomplished for our country even tho' he never talked about it much. He died a little over 2 yrs ago, age 77. I miss him...


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Great site, great stuff, I had the chance to work on a film done on a B24 for 6 months flying all over southern ca.


  • Name: linda haley
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just now checkingit out looking for info on Life or Flak Shack for my father


  • Name: ARMAND
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91ST BOMB GROUP--GREAT SITE


  • Name: Shari
  • Email: kimm<NoSpam>@heavysad.com
  • URL: http://www.heavenlypony.com

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my uncle is a pilot


  • Name: Lyle Becker
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C46 Hump Pilot based at Chabua.

Thanks for the site!!!


  • Name: Dharmanath Fatarpekar
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  • URL: http://www.skywebindia.com

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Great website... always been a fan of World Word story books especially ones with RAF fighters


  • Name: Alfred J. Gardner
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I flew the C-47 in support of the British 14th Army in Burma and the C-46 over the "Hump" to China.


  • Name: Gregory Boodakian
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Robert--We met numerous times since you are in Canon City as well as myself. During the Korean War my mission was being engine mechanic on R3350 reciprocating engines of the B-29. I still love that flying goose. Job well done on your Warbird site.


  • Name: Fish Oil
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  • URL: http://www.omega3-fish-oil.com/

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Great Site!


  • Name: Woodworth, Mark D.
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In Memory of Douglas R. Woodworth 858sq/492bg/8th AAF B-24-J # 086+F


  • Name: MIKE KOVACS
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ex USAF crew chief F-101F Voodoo 58-276. Once flown by Col F Gabreski. Aircraft still exists at Warner-Robbins in Ga. Salute to all flyers and maintainers.


  • Name: vickie
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  • URL: http://www.personal-site.com/vickie/

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great site!


  • Name: Arthur Scott (Scotty)
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Gunner on B-29's,Flight Engineer on C-46's C-47'S & C-119's Mostly at Miami Intl Airport,And Korea & Japan.Did a lot of TDY out of K-55 to 2000-OPS at Tachi


  • Name: DAN N
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FORMER MEMBER OF 1ST SOS, VIENAM, LEST WE FORGET


  • Name: nORMAN wISEMAN
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765 SQD. CREW #25 SHOT DOWN 25 JULY LINTZ AUSTRIA. STALAG LUFT 4.FORCED MARCH ACROSS GERMANY


  • Name: Ken Ferland
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Was a gunner on Dave Templeton crew in the 453rdBG 732ndSqd. Would like to hear from any other crew members--Petty--Schaefer--Eitzen-Rondeau--We were with BG from mid-Jan"45 untill deactivated at Ft. Dix AB


  • Name: Paul Wallingford
  • Email: paul<NoSpam>@mowblowandgo.com
  • URL: I love the DC3 "Gooneybird"

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Great site were are you located ? WWW.mowblowandgo.com


  • Name: JOE EVENSKI
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I WAS A MENBER OF THE 63RD & 88TH AIRDROME SQDN IN W.W.2 STATIONED IN HAWAII


  • Name: Lee Cooper
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  • URL: http://www.tocatlian.com

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What a great Web site!


  • Name: Lawrence M. Ribakoff
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My Dad, Martin Allen Ribakoff, was a CBI "Hump" pilot...in spirit, like other Hump pilots, he is part of the C-46 Memorial.


  • Name: JOE EVENSKI
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LOOKING FOR FORMER 63RD 88TH AIRDROME SQDN MENBER S


  • Name: Norman Wiseman
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Top turret gunner/engineer B-24 15 AAF Italy 1943-1945 461 bg.765 sqd. Shot down July 25 1944 Stalag Luft 4


  • Name: Sue Conlyn
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I am one of 4 children of Keith D. Baird, who was a CBI pilot.


  • Name: Barry Hobbs
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Just mailed check to add my father to the C-46 memorial. (Tech Sgt. Weldon R. Hobbs) He was at Mohanbari from spring '42 to spring '44. Also just signed him up a month ago for the HPA. Anybody out there that might have overlapped his tour?


  • Name: Paul Schleiter
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Piloted C46 aircraft over the "hump".


  • Name: Wally P. Fydenchuk
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I am researching U.S. citizesn who joined the Royal Canadian Air Force (RCAF) prior to Pearl Harbor.

Any names/related information would be appreciated.

Contact: wpf13<NoSpam>@hotmail.com


  • Name: peter worby
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63rd and 88th airdrome sqdn..based hawaii in ww2, need to know more please.. i have a book called "memories 1943-1945, some lovely photos in it.....please mail me... i live in england...and am also 8th airforce historical member...but want to know more of other usaaf outfits


  • Name: Jim SPRIGGS
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Yes I like this site. Looking for more Brit's on it


  • Name: frank m. cole
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b-24 ball turret gunner so. pacific


  • Name: Jim Spriggs
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Ex 1843 Sqdn Corsair HMS Arbiter formed May 44 Brunswick


  • Name: Jone Tamargo
  • Email: Jone_Tamargo<NoSpam>@emerson.edu
  • URL: http://www.easterncorner.com

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Very good web site, thanks


  • Name: Cliff Pedersen
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Excellent site! Too bad I didn't discover this before my Dad died.

My father was Marius J. 'Pete' Pedersen, flew ATC in USA 1944-1945 and the Hump 02/45 - 10/45, based at Sookerating, Assam, India. He was nicknamed 'Florescent Pete' because he flew so much at night. He completed 172 trips across the Hump in C-46's. He died in Rimbey, Alberta, Canada in June 2000 aged 83 years, and is survived by his wife Eunice and 3 sons. He was a member of the Hump Pilots Association.

M.J. Pedersen's rank/serial no. was: Flight Officer, U.S. Army Air Corp. T192086.

Three Wings: Pete was probably somewhat unique in that he was awarded three (3) wings: Canadian RCAF (1941), American USAAC (1944), and Chinese Air Force (1986). Even though he was an American citizen born in Nebraska (family immigrated to Alberta, Canada in 1931), he trained and flew for the Royal Canadian Air Force from 1941 - 1944 and his rank/serial no. was: Warrant Officer Second Class R.C.A.F. R103667. The RCAF wings are a decoration so he wore both sets of wings when he flew for the US.

His memorabilia is on display at the Legion Museum in Rimbey, Alberta.

His family is proud to add his name to the C-46 memorial.

The family would appreciate word from anybody who knew him during his military career. Thank You.


  • Name: Grover McLaughlin
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Why don't you have desktop bronze engines for the P-47 Thunderbolt?


  • Name: Will
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great site you have here, thanks for signing my guestbook also, cheers


  • Name: SYLVESTER  WILCY
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FLEW 35 MISSIONS OVER JAPAN WAS DUAL RATED B29 PILOT AND FLT ENGINEER


  • Name: brittany deel
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Great Page!!!!


  • Name: Bruce Jonet
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Thanks


  • Name: Max Desonne
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Looks like a nother good site!


  • Name: Al Gissi
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Flew 35 missions over Germany 446th BG at Bungay Name of plane was Red Ass


  • Name: Chad Portenga
  • Email: cp<NoSpam>@portenga.com
  • URL: www.portenga.com/holyjoe

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Holy Joes's Squdron


  • Name: Erik Dyreborg
  • Email: usairmen<NoSpam>@tdcspace.dk
  • URL: US Bombers& Airmen Denmark/Sweden WWII

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www.usairmen.com


  • Name: Lyman M Delameter
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Bombardier crew 7, 764th Sqdn 461st Bomb Group


  • Name: Bill Daysh
  • Email: william<NoSpam>@condor49ers.org.uk
  • URL: www.condor49ers.org.uk

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Robert, thanks for visiting our site recently. It caused me to come here to look at Warbird Central. Fantastic pieces! I never knew this kind of thing existed and I am very pleased that I came to see what you are doing and have done. Bill Daysh (webmaster, Condor49ers)


  • Name: Carl
  • Email: carloz10<NoSpam>@yahoo.com
  • URL: carloz10.narod.ru

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Very nice and usefull site. Found you on Yahoo.com


  • Name: Frank Reese Mays
  • Email: frank.mays<NoSpam>@gte.net
  • URL: http://b17warhorse.fws1.com/index.html

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Many Thanks for the invite to sign your Guestbook ! I was a Ball Turret Gunner on a B-17 we named the "War Horse" and flew 35 combat missions over France and Germany in 1944 - out of Great Ashfield England. This is a great site and I'm sure will educate many on WW II and the Army Air Corps. Frank


  • Name: Wally Hoffman
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Flew 35 missions in the 8th Air Force. Have participated at the NW Warbirds fly in at Arlington the past couple of years on their WW II Forums


  • Name: Jim Kotapish Sr.
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New e-ml above. old one w/AOL no longer. BOB: Last saw&met you at B24 dedication at AF Academy. I envy you your talents! Keep up your good work. CP#1 of the 453rd Jim K.


  • Name: Chuck & Kathy Woolsey
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Just "hi"


  • Name: Loyd E. Russell
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I just found out about your project at the Air Transport Command reunion at Colo Springs and am looking to find out more about it. You will hear from me again later.


  • Name: Kelley Callahan
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Wonderful work...


  • Name: jacob  george
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i really enjoyed your site. I am doing a project on airplanes in world war 2 and i need lots of pictuers and info. please send me anything you can. ohh please vsit my site at www.expage.com/lilrufriderjacobspage


  • Name: Robert E. Uhlman
  • Email: B29<NoSpam>@bctonline .com
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I specialized on the engine of the B29 My plane 3116 had one of the last abomb racks put in it I was the crew chief on that flight to Sacramento, Calif. would like to purchase a small desk model. Thank you Robert E. UHlman 16705 S. Annette Dr. Ore. City, Or. 97045


  • Name: Bob Pierotti
  • Email: bpierotti<NoSpam>@aol.com
  • URL: www.skydivetherockies.com

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Awesome works of art!


  • Name: C. Jeff Dyrek
  • Email: yellowairplane<NoSpam>@yahoo.com
  • URL: http://www.yellowairplane.com/Model_Trains/index.html

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You have some real interesting bronze works. Keep up the good work


  • Name: Hunton L. Morgan
  • Email: 23rdinf<NoSpam>@msn.com
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Third time never fails--this is my correct e-mail address. The original message is correct about my military experience.


  • Name: Jody Frase
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I'm just a student from Miami, Ok. Doing research on the #3BFTS. I've lived since 1975 and untill two weeks ago I'd never heard of them.


  • Name: Glen
  • Email: I don't got E-mail
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Cool site


  • Name: Robert M. Sage Sr.
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Was a flight engineer gunner with the 453rd Bomb Group 735th Sq. from January 1944-November 1944. I enjoy this site very much.I will make it a habbit to visit often. To all WW2 veterains, may god bless. With Best Regards, R.M. Sage Sr.


  • Name: HUNTON L. MORGAN
  • Email: 23INF<NoSpam>@MSN.COM
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I WAS WITH THE 453RD BM.GP 733 BM.SQD.ALSO THE 482 BMGP 814 BMSQD.WAS A TOP TURRET GUNNER.WENT TO UNIV.OF GA.GOT A COMM.AS 2NDLT. WENT TO KOREA,WOUNDED RECEIVED SILVER STAR PURPLE HEART AND TWO MORE AIR MEDALS.THIS IS A GREAT SITE.


  • Name: Jim Kotapish Sr.
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Joined with you at B24 dedication at Colo Spgs was w/453rd in ETO. Any hi-rite element 08May Brunschweig please contact. Thanx


  • Name: Cindy Alexander, USAF
  • Email: calex75218<NoSpam>@yahoo.com
  • URL: www.geocities.com/rivermelilot/herbalexander.html

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My father served in the 45th Infantry Division. We lost him last summer. The listed URL is a tribute to him. Thank you for this site.


  • Name: Sam Halpert
  • Email: sam8ch<NoSpam>@hotmail.com
  • URL: http://www.b17sam.com

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You have created a super site. Two thumbs up. Check my site for free beer.


  • Name: Jim McKeachie
  • Email: jimmckeachie<NoSpam>@shaw.ca
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Flew B-24s with WW2 #10 Bombing & Reconnaisance Sqdn. RCAF. Most of career as PR for Canadian Pacific Airlines. Now retired, living in West Vancouver, B.C. Good site.


  • Name: Dotsy Skarda
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I enjoyed the visit, but I didn't find anything on TBF's or TBM Avengers. You didn't forget Midway, did you?


  • Name: Gregory Boodakian
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Robert: Even though the Pearl Harbor Dedication of the P-40 Warhawk has been cancelled, Diana and I are still going to Honolulu, Hawaii and will be there on December 7th. If you want me to look up someone who is connected with the dedication, I will attempt to do such. Best Regards, Gregory "Bo" Boodakian


  • Name: Jim starmer
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Great site, enjoyed the visit.


  • Name: David Gray
  • Email: david<NoSpam>@tedgray.freeserve.co.uk
  • URL: www.pboro-memorial.com

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Wonderful sculptures Robert. Thanks for visiting my site and for your kind comments. I live about 45 miles from the American Airforce Museum, Duxford, England. Let me know if you ever exhibit anything there and I will take a look. "God Bless America"


  • Name: Mark Morris
  • Email: corsair1<NoSpam>@peakpeak.com
  • URL: www.f4ucorsair.com

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Hey, Robert-I remember working with you for a few weeks on the P-47 wood model before it was sent off to be cast-how ya been? Need any photos? Get ahold of me at my e-mail address, hope you are well, see you at the airshows next summer-

Mark


  • Name: MO Chance
  • Email: movmf312<NoSpam>@erols.com
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Enjoyed the site. Especially the F4U. Was in original VMF 312 - '43 - '45. Am historian for original Sqdr.


  • Name: Dick Phillips
  • Email: p51dman2<NoSpam>@aol.com
  • URL: www.web-birds.com/phillips/phillips_index.html

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Warbird photographer, specializing in P-51s. worked in aviation since 1957. Very interesting web site you have.


  • Name: M. M. TURLINGTON
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15 AF 49 WING 461 GP 764sq


  • Name: Clarence Johnson
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I was un the 801st/492nd bomb group. shot down over France March 1944.

 


  • Name: Ed Day
  • Email: deepurple71<NoSpam>@hotmail.com
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good site,thank you


  • Name: Christine Mann
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My Mother was a WASP Alma Hinds wonderful site


  • Name: William G.Burlingame
  • Email: buzzboy<NoSpam>@hawaii.rr.com
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great pics


  • Name: ARVID K SHOOK
  • Email: CHARV<NoSpam>@BREVARDCOUNTY.COM
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Check www.3bfts.com


  • Name: Thomas H. Brown
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Great that so many people like Robert Henderson are making the world remember that which we shall never forget. Thanks


  • Name: Steve Espolt
  • Email: sespolt<NoSpam>@pldi.net
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I am privileged to have met and become acquainted with this fine man.

 


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