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The 307th Bomb Group Veterans Memoirs are now available for viewing.

From time to time our historian, Jim McCabe, receives a letter asking if we might be intersted in posting a veteran's memoirs.
Of course, we are all anxious to read the personal diaries and memoirs of our veterans, so this page is devoted to all personal
writings of the 307th Bombardment Group Veterans.

RETURN HERE OFTEN, AS NEW MATERIAL WILL BE ADDED AS IT ARRIVES.

Share your 307th Bomb Group History!

At the same time we ask that you share your 307th BG stories, documents, and pictures. Your legacy should not be lost in an attic, or stored in a garage, where it may later be disposed of as trash. Ask your children, your grand-children and even your great grand-children to participate in this effort to preserve your history. Documents and photos will be returned on request.
Send all materials (preferred in electronic format, via email) to Jim McCabe for review.  He may have a few questions, so include a phone number.

Send to james-mccabe@comcast.net

PERSONAL MEMOIRS

Memoirs of William 'Bill' Grisaitis
370th Bomb Squadron
Radio Operator - Waist Gunner


The Washburn Story by Herbert Kurz
98th Bomb Squadron
11th Bomb Group


The Gathering at Wheeler
A Time To Remember by Kerbert Kurz
98th Bomb Squadron
11th Bomb Group


WWII in Tuvalu
Seeing airplanes for the first time
Neli Lifuka describes the account of the Vaitupu colonists
of Kioa island in Fiji.

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