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94th Bomb Group, USAAF

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Those known to have served with  94th Bomb Group, USAAF during the Second World War 1939-1945.

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2nd Lt Charles Matthew "Chuck" Eberhardt 410th Squadron 8th Airborne, 94th Bomber Group

My father, Charles (Chuck) Eberhardt, was a POW at Stalag Luft 3 and I am looking for any other POW who may recall him. Please send any info to me at or call me at 972-567-0029. Thanks

Mike Eberhardt

Lt Charles Eberhardt 410th Squadron 94th Bomb Group

Does anyone know if a list of Stalag Luft 3 POWS exists which identifies which ones were housed together?

Michael Eberhardt

S/Sgt. Racine Black 94th Bomber Group

I just read the story on this website of the crash landing of the B-17 called Little Sir Echo in England. My uncle was Racine Black the waist gunner. My aunt Wanda Shults was married to him and she is still living in Okemah, Oklahoma. I would love to get more history on my uncle and his crew of Little Sir Echo.

M. Shults

Sidney A Mandel 331st Bombardment Squadron

I've know Sidney A. Mandel, Bombardier, 331st Bombardment Squadron, for almost 40 years. He is one of my real-life heroes. He will celebrate his 90th birthday in March.

Richard Heltzel

Lt. William S. Winneshiek 333rd Bomb Squadron

My father, William S. Winneshiek, was stationed at Rougham during WWII. He was a B-17 pilot and his planes were Double Trouble and Bouncin' Bitch. He was flew with 8th Air Force, 3rd Air Division, 4th Combat Wing, 94th Bomb Group, Squadron 333.

We had a skeleton in the closet. After my father's death, my mother revealed to myself and my siblings that my father had an affair with a lady in Rougham. My oldest sister thinks her name was Michelin. My sisters and I are curious if there are any Winneshiek's over there? Of course their last name would not be Winneshiek, but we are wondering if we have a brother or sister from their relationship.

I am in process of writing a book on my father and his military ventures during WWII. The book will include information on my father's American Indian heritage, which he was ashamed of, as many Indians were from that era. My father and my siblings are enrolled members of the Ho-Chunk Nation. I want to "spice up" the story to include his affair with "Michelin." As I said, my oldest sister thinks this was her name and she is unsure of the spelling.

I have photograph of him from 1942. With the photo we're hoping someone with recognize him. In the photo, he is standing, far left. There's black mark above his head. Any other information you have on my father would be greatly appreciated.

Bill Winneshiek

T/Sgt. Lester Arnold Beck 94th Bomb Group

Lester Beck was shot down over Hanover on 24th July 1943. He was severely wounded and became a POW in Stalag 17B near Krems Austria until the end of war.

Les Beck

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