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|Sonja Bender (firstname.lastname@example.org)
|Sunday, 11 July `99 at 12:33pm
I hope someone out there can help! We are trying to get info on my Dad's during WWII.
His name is James W. Mercer (died 1980), he was a B17 Radio Gunner and we believe he was
on the Shoo Shoo Baby. My mother got a telegram during the war that said he was shot down
over Posen, Poland. Dad was in the Army Air Force from 12/26/42 to 10/3/45. We are looking
for a crew list or anyone that new my Dad during this time.
Thank you so very much!
|Candace Price Byrom (BSBarb@aol.com)
|Saturday, 10 July `99 at 4:00pm
I am the daughter of Warren D. Price, who was a tailgunner on a
B-17F based from Bassingbourne, a small village near Cambridge,
England. Does anyone remember my father? He's had a stroke and I would like to help him
get in touch with old friends. He
mentioned a superior officer, named Major Reaume, whom he admired very much, and I would
very much appreciate any information regarding crewmembers who may remember my Dad. He
mentioned that Major Reaume's mother owned a small airport in California, and that this is
how he obtained his early flight training.
|charles .b craig (email@example.com)
|Saturday, 3 July `99 at 7:58am
Just got back from a great trip to Bassingbourn. Steve Pena at the Tower Museum and
David Atkinson at the American Cemetary went out of their way to help us pay tribute to my
uncle. Am sending my dues to join. I am sole survivor. Ssgt. Milton H. Sparks Mia
31-08-1943 aboard the "Patty Gremlin Jr. Am just now learning so much about him from
Steve, David, and you guys. Thanks, Charles
|casey m (firstname.lastname@example.org)
|Tuesday, 29 June `99 at 7:27pm
Hey you guys are the real heros-all you've been through - the missions probably werent
easy but you survived because you were tough, maybe even the toughest- thanx to the people
like you who helped us win and be able to have the freedom we have today! Thanx once agian
- your young admirer - casey
|A. J. SINIBALDO (AJSLISLE@AOL.COM)
|Sunday, 27 June `99 at 6:33pm
HI JIM & SUZI,
JUST HAD MY SON CHANGE MY AOL TO VER.4. HOPE THIS MAKES A CHANGE IN HOW I CAN CORRESPOND
WITH THE GROUP.
I'VE RECEIVED A LOT OF MAIL FROM EVERYONE. WILL TAKE ME A MONTH JUST TO GO THROUGH IT!!!!
SOLONG FOR NOW, WILL CALL YOU SOON.
|Cloren "Bud" Meade
|Saturday, 19 June `99 at 11:42am
So far what I've seen is the work of someone who really cares about the 91st. Jim and
Suzi, you are doing a terrific job with this web page. I flew as a ball turret gunner in
the 323rd. I was on my 9th one when we went down on the Wilhelmshaven mission of 5/21/43.
I plan on going back to Bassingbourn this fall, my first trip back. Keep up the good work,
it says a lot about the quality of the 91st people.
|Scott Lieberman (Scottl71@yahoo.com)
|Friday, 18 June `99 at 1:48pm
My father was a ball turret gunner in the 91st bg (401st bombardment squadron). He
passed away in 1993. He went to all the reunions and the summer before he died we went to
England to visit Bassingbourn and all his old haunts.
He would have loved a site like this.
|2LT Jesse Irwin Carnes (email@example.com)
|Wednesday, 16 June `99 at 7:34am
Dear All at the 91st BG ---
Jesse Carnes from 16010 Composite Squadron (USAF-Aux. [CAP])here. I am soooo glad that you
finally have such a nice WEB site!!!
I have always had this thing about the 8th AAF and especially for
the 91st BG of Bassingbourn.
Truly, the 91st is the epitomy of "Twelve O' Clock High"!!
By the way, Col. Bob Morgan [and his enterprises] sold me
a KILLER-DILLER 324th SQ patch!! I put it on my A-2.
"Flaps Up" Gentlemen!
- 2LT. Jesse Irwin Carnes
United States Air Force-Aux.
Civil Air Patrol
Capitol City Composite Squadron 16010
Baton Rouge, LA
Squadron HQ : Tel. (225) 359-9378
Tel. home (225)336-1121 ; work (225)388-4017
Squadron HQ : Tel. (225) 359-9378
e-mail (HOME) firstname.lastname@example.org
|Major Bernard McMann USMC (ret.) (email@example.com)
|Monday, 14 June `99 at 9:41pm
A most enjoyable site. I was hoping to be able to gather some info on my uncle, John W.
Plummer, who was a B-17 radioman with both the 91st and 305th Bomb groups. Unfortunately I
do not know the exact time frames of his stay with each group, but I will keep looking.
Uncle John passed away last March...I wish I had asked him for more info when I had the
Sincerely, Bernard McMann