Personal Stories and Biographies
The life after the war for Armorer Harold F. Fogg, from his son Gordon Fogg.
Newspaper articles about pilot William B. Marshall, KIA on 18 December 1943, from the Marshall family
A chance meeting of Crew Chief Harold E. Stevens with his brother in Italy, provided by his niece Carol McCullough.
A tribute to the life and legacy of pilot William C. Glasgow by his first cousin (once removed), Andrew Glasgow.
The last letters sent from his parents to pilot John R. Anderson, MIA on 21 April 1943,provided by his nieces Molly Anderson and Jane Anderson Jones.
“Uncle Jim’s Life,” by Chuck Dennis, about his uncle, Crew Chief James E. Dennis.
The life and military service of Crew Chief Lyle E. Mason, provided by his son Gordon Mason.
A letter from pilot Melvin Keith Davis, MIA on 21 March 1943, and newspaper articles about him from the collection of his sister,
Evelyn Davis, and provided by his nieces and nephew.
Reminisces of Armorer Charles W. Sinclair, from his niece Adrienne Flagg.
A letter for his grandson’s school assignment by Crew Chief Montie L. Whittenberg, provided by his son Ron Whittenberg.
The life story of Frederick T. Brox, Ordnance Section, from his son Fred Brox.
The life story of Crew Chief Ralph C. Cox, from his son Ralph Cox Jr.
A synopsis of the military service of pilot Donald I. Lawless, provided by him.
An autobiography by pilot Powell A. Scheumack.
A biography of Stanley J. Sum, Engineering Section, from his daughter Mariann LoSasso.
Memories of Edgar G. Babineau, Transportation Section, by his niece Diane M. Dell’Omo.
The life of pilot George St. Maur Maxwell, from “Soninlaw71-usmilitaryfrom.”
“A Farm Boy goes to War,” by Reid P. Nelson, Gas Bowser Operator, provided by his daughter Maureene Nelson Plotner.
An interview of Crew Chief Matthew J. Killewald for his granddaughter’s school assignment, provided by his son Brian Killewald.
The adventures of pilot Robert H. Allard following his bailout over China in July, 1945, while later flying with the 1st FS of the 413th FG,provided by his son Forrest Allard.
Mechanic Henry Nivins’ Soldier’s Medal award, provided by his daughters Julie Kelly and Janice Large
Pilot Harry F. Sheraw, killed in a flying accident while stateside.
The life and some anecdotes of combat flying by pilot Emery A. Dietrick, provided by his son Michael Dietrick.
The diary of Wendell M. Simmons, KIA on 18 Dec. 1943, provided by his nephew Walter Simmons
Pilot Kensley M. Miller, KIA on second combat tour over Japan while with the 462nd FS of the 506th FG
The life story of William R. Newlon, transportation section, from his son William Newlon.