Website dedicated to Flight Officer Joseph Noyes
Dedicated to Martin B-26 Marauder Men who fought in
World War 2. Personal accounts, photos of crews and planes, and related
Crash Research in Aviation
Society Holland 1940-1945
CRASH is working on the history of all 750 aircraft
known to have crashed in The Netherlands during WWII. List of current
excavations and a good European links page.
450th Bomb Group Association ite is dedicated to the men of the 450th
Bombardment Group (H), 47th Wing, 15th Air Force. United States Army.
It is to them, and many like them, that we owe our freedom
D-Day: The Greatest Invasion--A People's
History by Dan Van Der Vat
Richly illustrated with hundreds of historical
photographs--many from private photo albums--as well as personal artifacts,
dramatic paintings by the many war artists on the scene, and modern color
photographs, this book captures and preserves for a new generation the entire
human drama and heroism that marked that unforgettable "longest day."
Excellent website. Message boards
with some great stories.
B-29 Memorial Plaza
Good B-29 history page
Information regarding the air war over
Italy. Contains crash sites, memorials, downed pilot stories.
USAAS/USAAC/USAAF/USAF Aircraft Serials
Serial numbers for all "Air Force" planes 1908 to present,
with brief history and disposition.
The Heritage League is an organization for family
members and friends of the veterans of the 8th AAF, Second Air Division of
Stalag Luft IV
Site Includes photos, map, prisoner roster and other
info pertaining to the POW camp
392nd Bomb Group (b24.net)
The Official home of the 392nd Bomb Group.Contains
information on The 392nd Bomb Group Memorial Association, POW Research, info on
Wendling, Station 118, the Missions, Missing Aircrew Reports, Aircraft and Crews
Force Historical Society
Honoring the members of the Eighth Air Force.
384th Bomb Group
The Official home of the 384th Bomb Group (H),
Incorporated. Grafton-Underwood, England (Station 106), 1943-1945
98th Bomb Group
The Pyramiders 98th Bomb Group Veterans
Reconnaissance Squadron Online
The 33rd Photographic
Reconnaissance Squadron Online is dedicated to preserving the history of one
of the US Army Air Force's greatest units. As you travel around our site,
you'll find information on the men and the machines that helped preserve
American liberty and make possible a safe and free future.
M. Hargrave, Jr
Tribute to a father, pilot Twelfth Air Force, USAAF
Honoring the men and
women of SAC who served their country while with the 40th Bombardment Wing
during the cold war years from 1953 to 1964. We offer our thanks for their
years of dedicated service in doing a job well done thanks to our countries
Leaders, Commanders, Flight Crews and the many support groups it takes to
support a U.S. Air Force Bomb Wing to keep three Squadrons of Bombers and
one Aerial Refueling Squadron of aircraft flying. Alert aircraft flying
around the clock seven days a week, 12 months a year, year in and year out
over a duration of many years. The 40th Bomb Wings history goes back to its
forerunner the 40th Bombardment Group. April 1st 1941, patrolling Caribbean
waters with B-18's, B-17's and B-24's. As the war progressed transitions
into the new advanced B-29's, flying the South Pacific striking Japan's home
land in efforts to end the war early with Japan..
of Liberation Museum
The liberation of the South of the
Netherlands during World War II is the central issue in the Wings of
"Superfortress Then and Now"
The must see B-29 site. One of my favorites.
B-17G Flying Fortress "Picadilly Lilly"
WWII - A British Focus
This World War II site features, but is not
restricted to, a British focus. Our Web
Site Database has been developed to help you find other similar sites.
is a research resource that lists over 100 separate Heavy and Very Heavy
Bombardment Groups and their points of contact. The site focus is primarily
oriented toward the B-17, B-24, and B-29 outfits of W.W.II.
Army Air Forces in World War II
In Honor of the Members of the Air Corps here and gone
but never forgotten
The 353rd Fighter
The First Fighter Group to
get the North American P-51B Mustang
B-24 Best Web
wanted to know about the B-24 Liberator.
Air Force Oral History Center
Air Force, National Guard and
State Guard Stories and Photographs Dedicated to the Memories of James
F. Justin, aviation enthusiast, and Julius
Adolph "Julie" Kossor, B17 Tailgunner, 8th Air Force.