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My dad, Thomas Henry Turner was a Sgt Pilot with PFF. I have a photo of OL-F with his crew about to board. The guns from the mid-upper had been removed to save weight for the mission, which I believe was repatriating PoWs from Italy. I've just requested his military war records and hope to research his squadrons, training etc.

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I’m sitting in a peaceful campsite, Thursday 16th June 2020, not far from the commonwealth graves which are in the general cemetery at Vaassen, the Netherlands. One of the crew was Sgt Thomas John Jack Wilson, my mother’s cousin. I go tomorrow to pay my respects . Unfortunately my mum passed away two years ago 27 Sep 1943 • bombing raid on Hanover[url="http://http://www.6bombergroup.ca/Sept43/Sept27~28.html Germany. Sgt J. Farmer RAF and crew, flying Halifax EB-215 coded NA-T, failed to

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Hello, can anybody help me.. My great grandfather was a mixed race American GI. Supposedly he was in the 392nd Engineer General Service Regiment because my gr grandma lived near a segregated regiment and my grandma's dad was half black so it makes sense he would of been in that regiment. My Gr grandad seems very difficult to find, his name apparently is Danny Parker. However I believe he is adopted because of his mother being white. His mother seems to be from Texas but my family believe tha

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No, Davies survived and became a prisoner of war

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The navigator's name was Flight Sergeant H C Wiles - my father. He survived the incident but badly broke his right leg when landing by parachute. He was taken to hospital in Bremen where his leg was plastered and then to a PoW camp where he remained for the last few months of the war. Folowing repatriation to the UK, he had to have the leg broken and reset and the hospital in Germany had set it over an inch shorter than the left leg. He carried metal screws in h=is leg for the rest of his life.

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My Dad was in the 3609 he was Emmett J Williams Jr. from Georgia. He passed away on 1/14/2011 at 88 yrs. Old. Don’t know if anyone ever checks this site but want you to know. Before his dementia got so bad he would talk about the people he serviced with he thought a lot of all. He didn’t get to make one reunion, he was found to have an aneurysm right before they were to leave he was so disappointed. He had a great time at the one he was able to come to. Also was wondering how many of you are lef

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Today June 9 2022 I visited the grave of p.o. E.K. Whitechurch RNZAF. The grave is situated in a very small graveyard in a little town in West Denmark. E.K. Whitechurch seems to be the only crewmember that was found; his body drifted ashore on the beach of Vejers Strand in Denmark. That's the place where me and my wife are for a holiday right now. If I see a wargrave of the commonwealth, I always pay a visit. Lest we forget.. (I'm Dutch)

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Today June 9 2022 I visited the grave of p.o. E.K. Whitechurch RNZAF. The grave is situated in a very small graveyard in a little town in West Denmark. E.K. Whitechurch seems to be the only crewmember that was found; his body drifted ashore on the beach of Vejers Strand in Denmark. That's the place where me and my wife are for a holiday right now. If I see a wargrave of the commonwealth, I always pay a visit. Lest we forget.. (I'm Dutch)

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Today June 9 2022 I visited the grave of p.o. E.K. Whitechurch RNZAF. The grave is situated in a very small graveyard in a little town in West Denmark. E.K. Whitechurch seems to be the only crewmember that was found; his body drifted ashore on the beach of Vejers Strand in Denmark. That's the place where me and my wife are for a holiday right now. If I see a wargrave of the commonwealth, I always pay a visit. Lest we forget.. (I'm Dutch)

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Re Lancaster bomber ND624, 103 Sqn, RAF Elseham Wolds, crashed Systig in the early hours of 25 May 1944. Back Row left to right FS E H Calvert/Sgt D J Jones/Sgt W McCulloch/FS J Williams - this should read the Bottom Row. FS Williams was my Uncle. Best wishes, Mike Williams

Re Lancaster bomber ND624, 103 Sqn, RAF Elseham Wolds, crashed Systig in the early hours of 25 May 1944. Back Row left to right FS E H Calvert/Sgt D J Jones/Sgt W McCulloch/FS J Williams - this should read the Bottom Row. FS Williams was my Uncle. Best wishes, Mike Williams

Re Lancaster bomber ND624, 103 Sqn, RAF Elseham Wolds, crashed Systig in the early hours of 25 May 1944. Back Row left to right FS E H Calvert/Sgt D J Jones/Sgt W McCulloch/FS J Williams - this should read the Bottom Row. FS Williams was my Uncle. Best wishes, Mike Williams

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I met a Donald Van Roosen now LTC retired who was with Mickey Rooney on or abour D-Day 1944 the picure (I guess by Stars and Stripes) was titled Mutt and Jeff or something to that effect.....they posted the picture wheo Mr Van Roosen received an award from the Occoneechee Boy Scout Council.