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Photographic History of The 47th Bombardment Group. 300 pictures. [VIEW]
Lt. Kenneth J. O’Boyle, 97th Bomb Squadron picture collection. 108 pictures. [VIEW]
Joe Ryan, 97th Bomb Squadron picture collection. Thanks to his wife Mary from the state of Washington for donating these. Great crew goings on here. 23 pictures. [VIEW]
Captain Charles F. Klauber, DFC, Operations Officer, 97th Bomb Squadron picture collection. Thanks to daughter Nancy and her mother Kay. 100 pictures. [VIEW]
Lieutenant Daniel L. Burritt, 86th Bomb Squadron picture collection, North Africa, Sicily & Italy. 68 missions. You can read about one of his most harrowing flights at MACR #1798. Mr. Burritt retired from the Air Force in 1970. Pics courtesy of his grandson Wes. 27 pictures. [VIEW]
Lieutenant Robert P. Hunter 84th Bomb Squadron Bombardier picture collection. 42 pictures [VIEW]
2nd Lt. Howard O. Weger, Pilot, 97th Bomb Squadron collection.  Howard flew 28 night missions with the 97th in March and April 1945.  Thank you so much Howard for the contribution and your friendship over the years!  28 pictures. [VIEW]
Staff Sgt. Bruce W. Porter, Grayson KY. 85th BS Rear Gunner Picture Collection. Thanks so much to Grandson Jarrod Greer for this compilation. 130 pictures. [VIEW]
David Breece Lt. Col, USAF, Ret'd: Pilot, 84th Bomb Squadron collection. 50 missions, home by Dec. 1943. One of the early ones! Thanks to his daughter Barbara Breece Roesch for sharing.193 pictures. [VIEW]

Corporal Frank Hummer, Cleveland Hts., Ohio.  84th BS Armorer Picture Collection.  Thanks to the interest and generosity of granddaughter Olivia for sharing this compilation of Military service, family, and friends. 63 pictures. [VIEW]

Sgt. John Henry Murphy, New Orleans, LA.  97th BS Turret Gunner - Shot down March 27, 1944.  Personal account of his ordeal being wounded, captured, escaping, and getting back to his squadron. Also, the "Mascot Monkey!". Thanks to Matt Soulant for sharing. [VIEW]