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Jim Norris (
Tuesday, 25 January 2000 at 6:16am

This past October my wife and I attended the 91st Bomb Group Memorial Association Reunion in England. My father was a crewman on Times-A-Wastin. He appears in this site's crew photos as Jim Norris, although his given name at the time of the war was Narcis A. ("Mac") Malachowski. He passed away in June of 1998 without ever having returned to Bassingbourn. This space is much too short and my words much too inadequate to express the wonderful experiences and frienships that resulted from our trip. I strongly urge all veterans to actively enroll their family members and friends in associations like the 91st BGMA. They will thank you.

Maureen Downs (
Friday, 21 January 2000 at 9:59pm

I am Trying to trace Daniel Duncan Timney he served in the U.S.A.A.F. in England in WW2. I think he was stationed near St Neots in Cambridgeshire, I believe his rank was Sgt. He visited my family in Sheffield whilst stationed over here their name was Paxton. If anyone has any information I would be most grateful. Maureen Downs

Friday, 21 January 2000 at 6:43pm

Looking for information on my fathers service. He was a tail gunner on a B-17. HAROLD J. KUSHI 11106082 US ARMY AIR CORP
Any help as to how to go about finding out where he served would be appreciated. The family never kept any of his info for me. He was killed at age 35 in car accident when I was 10. I think he must have gone over after Gunnery school, as I have postcards from him with notes about waiting it out???
Thanks, kenk

Mitchell Kelley (
Thursday, 20 January 2000 at 2:48pm

I would be interested in contacting any of the crew of "Texas Chubby: The J'ville Jolter", 322nd Sqd., 91st BG, lost in August 1944, or the families of any of the ten crew members.

john soito
Thursday, 20 January 2000 at 10:17am

I am the secretary of the R.I.chapter of the Eighth Air Force Association.i would like to invite any member to our monthly meetings.we have them at the Bickfords Restaurant,Jefferson Blvd. Warwick,R.I.the second Tuesday of each month.get a chance to meet members of the 91st Bomb Group and other bomb and fighter groups.To all, have a great "2000".

Herbert Ivan Taylor JR. (
Tuesday, 18 January 2000 at 9:27am

Am searching for database or info on father's military records.
I know he flew 25over Germany with the 8TH, possible nickname or shipname "BAMA" ( Herbert Ivan Taylor ) B-17's --sometime in CZ where he played baseball with the Albrook Bombers. Bombardier or Nav. possible.
Grad. OCS and stationed in Memphis TN. Any asst. appreciated
Herbert Ivan Taylor (jr)

joan mignon (
Monday, 17 January 2000 at 2:49pm

Hi: I have a special interest in the 91st Bomb Group, as my father, Joseph Evers, was a member of the 324th Bomb Squad, until he was shot down over Hamburg, Germany, on June 20, 1944. He remained a prisoner of war until he was liberated in April, 1945. During his capture he met a gentlemen named Robert Briggs, who was currently from Minnesota. If anyone has any information about Robert Briggs or remembers my father, please contact me. My father is currently writing an autobiography as a keepsake for his family about his experience as a P.O.W. The stories and pictures you have on this web site are very familiar to him, prhaps too familiar. Again, if anyone has anything they can share with me, please do so.

Sunday, 16 January 2000 at 2:44pm

Ijust wanted to say that Imet COL. ROBERT K. MORGAN pilot of the MEMPHIS BELLE and he is a true hero.

Don Kounce (
Sunday, 16 January 2000 at 10:12am

To: John Hatfield
We are very proud of you for the service you performed for our country. God bless you.
Don and Daisy Kounce

Bentley M. Jessee (
Saturday, 15 January 2000 at 2:41pm

I would be interested in contacting any of the five survivors of "OKLAHOMA OKIE", 324th BS, shot down over France 12/31/43, or the families of any of the ten crew.