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Darrell D. Gust's squadron [Annotator's Note: 358th Bombardment Squadron, 303rd Bombardment Group, 8th Air Force] spent...
Once word came that they were shipping out, Robert Leese flew with his crew as a passenger, stopping for fuel in Fiji,...
After a 30 day leave [Annotator's Note: an authorized absence for a short period of time], during which Alvin Callender...
Jerome Harold Black went to Allied Headquarters [Annotator's Note: Allied Force Headquarters, or AFHQ, in Caserta,...
Herbert L. Seubert joined the United States Army Air Force and was first assigned to Selfridge Field [Annotator's Note...
[Annotator's Note: The interviewer asks John T. "Jack" Race where he was when heard of the atomic bombs being dropped...
William Patrick Bonelli retired as a lieutenant colonel in 1960. On the night of 6 December 1941, Bonelli was in...
[Annotator’s Note: This interview is conducted in a question and answer style]. Russell Engel was a navigator in the...
Paul Lefever related in depth his mission to destroy a well protected V-2 rocket manufacturing site in Stettin [...
Lincoln Piazzo was recommended for the Medal of Honor for a mission over the most highly fortified area of the Pacific...
Lewis Thomas Easterling remarked that his fighter group [Annotator's Note: 365th Fighter Squadron, 358th Fighter Group...
To Capers Andrews Holmes, Jr., Colonel Shower [Annotator's Note: US Army Air Forces Colonel Albert J. Shower] as an...
It was a month or more before Robert Heller became the pilot of a new crew. As new personnel came in, especially top...
When Charles Wesley Borders was not flying, he had some reading material and records. They would also play ball. There...
As the war progressed, the air support was hit and miss for Jack Buckner and the other bomber crews [Annotator's Note:...
Charles Childs feels that if we had not had a nuclear weapon, we would be speaking Japanese. During the Berlin Airlift...
Charles Childs was lucky to graduate [Annotator's Note: in 1938]. He had some friends going to college and they needed...
Floyd Horne signed up [Annotator's Note: for the US Army Air Forces Aviation Cadet Program] early enough that when he...
Chester Brewer joined the Army Air Corps and was sent to Midland-Odessa [Annotator's Note: Midland-Odessa, Texas] and...
Lloyd Guillory joined the Air Force and was shipped to Sheppard Field in Texas. It was a hell hole for Guillory. There...
From there [Annotator's Note: Smyrna Army Airfield, Tennessee], Paul Dietzel was sent to Lincoln Army Air Base for...
A mission over the road leading out of Remagen [Annotator's Note: Remagen, Germany] proved problematic for Robert...
On 22 December [Annotator's Note: 22 December 1941], James Morehead headed south from San Francisco, California for...
[Annotator's Note: The interviewer asks John K. Ward if he recalls two lieutenants by name. Ward appears to be trying...
William Albright got along well with this crew. There were two or three of them who did things together. They were the...
Glen Jostad was a radio man and gunner on a Boeing B-17 heavy bomber. He flew multiple missions against German...
[Annotator's Note: There is background noise throughout this clip.] Jack Sinise had heard about the B-17 [Annotator's...
According to a report written by Jesse Wofford's tail gunner, on 10 January 1945, the crew witnessed a B-17 [Annotator'...
Luke Layton McLaurine, Jr. had not yet been assigned to a squadron when he graduated from advanced bombardier training...
Ray Fitzgerald was right behind the pilot and copilot in the top turret in the B-24 [Annotator's Note: he was the...
Jack Sanders felt that despite its bad reputation, the B-24 [Annotator’s Note: Consolidated B-24 Liberator heavy bomber...
[Annotator's Note: Raymond Cauble flew Martin B-26 Marauder medium bombers out of Tampa, Florida.]. Before you could...
Claud Neal Fristoe, Jr. and his crew mates used skip bombing [Annotator's Note: a low level bombing technique that...
It was about a five or six hour mission for David K. Hayward to fly into Burma [Annotator's Note: now Myanmar] and back...
The B-25 [Annotator's Note: North American B-25 Mitchell medium bomber] appealed to William Smith as an airplane. The...
Floyd Horne was fortunate that his first combat mission was short. It was near Calais [Annotator's Note: Calais, Hauts-...

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