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350th Bomb Squadron Commanders

Commanders.  Unkn, 1 Jun-26 Oct 1942; Maj Gale W. Cleven, 27 Oct 1942; Maj Albert M. Elton, c. 9 Oct 1943; Capt Jack R. Swartout, 24 Apr 1944; Maj Maurice J. Fitzgerald, c. 12 May 1944; Maj Robert Rosenthal, 25 May 1944; Maj Maurice F. Youngs, c. 13 Sep 1944; Lt Col David K. Lyster Jr., […]

War Diary of S/Sgt Paul J. Carbone

War Diary of S/Sgt Paul J. Carbone Transcription of the handwritten record kept by S/Sgt Paul J. Carbone, waist gunner, assigned to the crew of Lt. Frank E. Valesh, 351st Bombardment Squadron, 100th Bomb Group (Heavy), 13th Combat Wing, 3rd Air Division, 8th Air Force, United States Army Air Forces. Click on this link to […]

Conley E. Culpepper History

The following link is the story of Conley E. Culpepper (100th BG Veteran) as assembled by his son Chip Culpepper.  Originally prepared for the family but it has been shared and updated.  This is the 3rd revision. Click this link to open the PDF file. Dedicated to the memory of Conley E. Culpepper, and in […]

Lt Keys Crew by Yann Thomas

Summary PAGES INTRODUCTION                                            1 A) the mission of the 8th august 19442 a-1)The global objectives of the bombers2 a-2)The number of planes2 B) 100th BOMB GROUP : 349th BOMB SQUADRON (1942-1944)2 à  4 b-1)History […]

100th BG Crew Photos Requested

We need your help to find the 93 Crew shots we are missing for our Website.  Please look at the list and see your if your Relatives Pilot is on this list?  We know that there are crew shots for each of these crews, they may be in a scrap book or framed on a […]

Lt. Keith W. Lamb – 35 Times

35 Times is the story of LT Keith W. Lamb “35 Times” is courtesy of Christine Lamb Stern, Keith Lamb’s daughter; and Renée Neale, Keith Lamb’s Grand-niece. Forward from “35 Times”: The story you are about to read is true. it is about my experiences, and those of my friends, from the time I received my second lieutenant’s […]

Rosie’s Riveters by Saul Levitt

Rosie’s Riveters By Sgt Saul Levitt England — For newspapers, bigger victories in this war are a simple problem — you just use bigger type on page one. Like the American daylights raids on Berlin. In somebody’s 20-volume history of the second World War, to be written in 1955, an aging crew chief like J […]

September 6, 1943-Lt William Freund-CP on Raunchy

September 6, 1943. by megansdad Excerpt from the manuscript Coffin Corner, by Christopher and William Freund: It began very much like all the others.  Late in the afternoon of September 5, 1943, we knew there was going to be another mission the next day, and that it was going to be a big one.  It […]

Mission Diary of S/Sgt James Hendrix

Mission Diary of S/Sgt James Hendrix Transcription of the flight notes kept by S/Sgt James E. Hendrix, ball-turret gunner, assigned to the crew of Lt. James C. Adair, Crew Number 12, 349th Bombardment Squadron, 100th Bomb Group (Heavy), 13th Combat Wing, 3rd Air Division, 8th Air Force, United States Army Air Forces. Click on this […]