Guestbook Archive

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Sam Halpert (
Monday, 16 October 2000 at 3:25pm

to: Paul Lynch
I was a navigator with the 324th on the November 26 mission to Altenbeken. One of the original members of our crew flew with another crew that day and was shot down by German fighters. His name was Tom Kincaid. Any news about him would be appreciated. Sam Halpert

G. Paul Lynch (
Saturday, 14 October 2000 at 7:20pm

I would like to find more information about the 324th Sq. mission to Altenbecken, Germany on 26, Nov. 1944. We flew in the B 17
"The Wild Hare". The plane was hit with flak and then fighters and went down close to Altenbecken. Four crew members survived but the tail gunner was never found. Any info would be appreciated.

Phil (
Thursday, 12 October 2000 at 10:28am

I am looking for anyone who has information’s concerning a B-17 who made a forced landing the 14 February 1945 near Quiévrain (Belgium) near the farm "Sauchoi" it was the B-17G-B-17G-95 # 43-38860 91st BG 323rd BS code OR-M like on my other question who were the members of the crew and the reason of this forced landing

Phil (
Thursday, 12 October 2000 at 10:23am

I am looking for anyone who has information’s concerning a B-17 who made a forced landing the 14 February 1945 near Waterloo (Belgium) it was the B-17G-30-DL # 42-38144
91st BG 401st BS code LL-O “Jezebel“ I am searching the reason of this belly landing and the names of the crewmen.

Glenn Bickley (
Wednesday, 11 October 2000 at 7:37pm

Just a special note of thanks to Elmer Snow and "his correspondent" in France. They have been an invaluable research tool in helping me research my Uncle, 1st Lt. John James Bickley
who was shot over Cognac on 31 December 1943.

John was a member of the 94th Bomb Group, 331st Squadron based out of Bury St. Edmund.

Great site. I will come back often

Jeanie Buford (
Sunday, 8 October 2000 at 7:45pm

My name is Jeanie Buford, I am very proud to say that Lt. Cnl. Menford Borgeson, of the 91 Bomb Squadron, and pilot of "The Old Battle Axe" is my brother in law.....Menford is just now recovering from Open-Heart-Surgery...If any of you know Menford I know he would be happy to hear from you...even through our Bless you all.

Celeste C. Bancroft (
Sunday, 8 October 2000 at 2:57pm

My Dad was Victor H. Clifford and he was shot down on March 6, 1944. His B-17 was called Hell and High Water. I am just started to research his military career. Any information would be appreciated. Thank you.

Andy Keenan (
Sunday, 8 October 2000 at 2:10pm

I am a regular visitor to Bassingbourn I have visted the Tower Museum which is well worth visiting if you have not been there.I would like to know whether any of the members of the WWII 91st are visting Bassingbourn this year and if so what dates.I have a Robert Taylor Print featuring a 91st B17 which I would be hounoured if anyone would care to sign it.

Ed Fitzpatrick (
Sunday, 8 October 2000 at 8:35am

I am looking for information on the "Incendiary Blond" crew. If you have information, or know of another web site, please e-mail me. Thanks!

Warren Lovell (
Thursday, 5 October 2000 at 9:59am

I am looking for anyone who knows where John Hughes is. I have news paper clippings that he gave me with pictures of "Dixie Demo", his aircraft which was shot down early in the war. Mr Hughes was a waist gunner and his gun was named "Jump n Jive".

Warren Lovell