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After World War I, the 206th Field Artillery Regiment was organized on 24 November 1923 in the Arkansas National Guard as the 206th Artillery, Coast Artillery Corps, with…

Image, found in SePennartz's uploads: 206th Coast Artillery Regiment (AA) · 08 Feb 2014 You

504th Bombardment Group over Mount Fuji 1945. Mount Fuji was a critical navigation point for the B-29 crews and it was there that the Japanese would rise in their Zeros, Tojos,…

Image, found in SePennartz's uploads: 504th_Bombardment_Group_over_Mount_Fuji_1945 · 07 Dec 2012 You

Harry C. Miller enlisted in the Army Air Corps on 13 December 1940 from Roanoke County, Virginia. Served as an aircraft mechanic on B-18 and B-17 bombers at Borinquen Field,…

Image, found in WWII US Air Force Photos: Page 1 · 29 Nov 2012 You

JANE DOLORES CHAMPLIN Class 43-W-4 Trainee Born: May 14, 1917 Chicago, Illinois Graduate: Arcadia College St. Louis University Jane entered flight training to become a WASP at…

Image, found in SePennartz's uploads: Jane Dolores Champlin · 14 Oct 2012 You

This WWII ASN was assigned to Elmer Frank Smith (Colonel, USAF Retired)

Spotlight: O-434166 · 17 Aug 2012 You

MacKinnon aircrew - 412th Bomb Sqdn B-17F-65-BO “Lonesome Polecat I” #42-29693 BACK ROW 1st Lt. Malcomb B. MacKinnon (pilot) F/O Eugene W. Wood (co-pilot) 2nd Lt. William H.…

Image, found in SePennartz's uploads: Malcolm B. MacKinnon · 12 Jul 2012 You

Row 1 1. 1st Lt. Eastling, Donald W. Pilot 2. Captain House, Gale W. Flight Commander 3. 2nd Lt. Zajicek, Carl J. Co-Pilot 4. 1st Lt. …

Image, found in SePennartz's uploads: 95th BG_412th Bomb Sqdn Officers · 11 Jul 2012 You

Row 1 1. 1st Lt. Moore Photo Interprepter 2. 1st Lt. Murray Squadron Bombardier 3. 1s Lt. Kelley Squadron Adjutant 4. Captain Imes Squadron…

Image, found in SePennartz's uploads: 95th BG, 335th BS Officers · 10 Jul 2012 You

The Red Ball Express was, in the 1940s, an enormous truck convoy system created by Allied forces to supply their forward-area combat units moving quickly through Europe following…

Image, found in WWII European Theater Army Records: Page 446 · 23 May 2012 You

Respectfully suggest that B-29 #42-24808 (A-SQ-45) was flown by Barnes; while the Keith aircrew was in #42-63431 (A-SQ-44).

Image, found in WWII US Air Force Photos: Page 255 · 25 Apr 2012 You

The second tail ID coded V-Square-45, B-29 #42-24670 nicknamed "Ham's Eggs" was damaged in a 27 November 1944 Japanese raid on Saipan, and was transferred to the Depot on Guam.

Spotlight: V-Square-45 · 24 Apr 2012 You

The first V-Square-45 B-29 #42-24753 no nickname ditched on 11 March 1945 due to #4 engine fire.

Image, found in WWII US Air Force Photos: Page 877 · 24 Apr 2012 You

On a light turquoise blue disc, border triparted red, white, and black, a caricatured, brown and white condor with red head and yellow orange beak and feet, in flight toward…

Image, found in SePennartz's uploads: 877th BS emblem · 24 Apr 2012 You

The Delaware, Lackawanna and Western Railroad Company (DL&W or Lackawanna Railroad) was a U.S. Class 1 railroad that connected Buffalo, New York, and Hoboken, New Jersey, a…

Image, found in WWII "Old Man's Draft" Registration Cards: Page 1 · 08 Mar 2012 You

Developed by the Thomas B. Jeffery Co. of Kenosha, Wisconsin in 1915. The Armored Car No. 1, was the first armored car actually built by the U.S. Government for the Regular Army…

Image, found in SePennartz's uploads: Jeffery Quad Armoured Car · 07 Mar 2012 You

On 28-29 June 1942, US submarines land an advanced reconnaissance parties on Adak. On 30 August 1942, Allied forces captured Adak during a raging storm that prevented air cover…

Image, found in SePennartz's uploads: Adak Island Alaska · 05 Mar 2012 You

Kruluk Bay - A total of sixty AA guns were emplaced around Adak at the height of World War II.

Image, found in SePennartz's uploads: Adak Island Alaska · 05 Mar 2012 You

John A. Wright ID: O-794296 Entered the Service From: New York Rank: First Lieutenant Service: U.S. Army Air Forces, 523th Fighter Squadron, 27th Fighter Group Died:…

Image, found in Missing Air Crew Reports, WWII: Page 11 · 29 Sep 2011 You

The 442nd Troop Carrier Group was comprised of the following squadrons: 303rd TCS - Nose Code J7 304th TCS - Nose Code V4 305th TCS - Nose Code 4J 306th TCS - Nose Code 7H

Image, found in SePennartz's uploads: C-47A 304th TC Sqdn V4.jpg · 22 Sep 2011 You

Scheibner, Martin E. b. October 13, 1842 d. November 29, 1908 Civil War Congressional Medal of Honor Recipient. He was a Corporal in the Union Army. He was awarded the…

Image, found in Civil War and Later Veterans Pension Index: Scheibner, Martin E. · 18 Sep 2011 You