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384th Bomb Group, USAAF

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Those known to have served with  384th Bomb Group, USAAF during the Second World War 1939-1945.

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Tech Sgt. Reamond Smiley 545th Bomb Sqd.

I'm looking for anyone who may have a recollection of Reamond C. Smiley, who was imprisoned in Stalag 17B from 1943-1945. His B17 was shot down over Hamburg, Germany on July 25, 1943. He was a waist turret gunner. 384th Bomb Group (H), Squardon 545th. He may have gone by the nickname, "Smiley".

Carol Smiley-Vincenti

Howard G Crissman 454th Bomb Group, 15th AAF 739th Sqdn

I was a member of 454th Bomb Group, 15th AAF, 739th Sqdn stationed near Cerginola, Italy from August to December 1944. On my 30th mission on 27th December I went down over Bruck, Austria. I was then a POW in Stalags 13d and 7a until liberated on 29th April 1945. I was a tail gunner on a B24 (a great plane). All except the engineer got out safely. I lost one-third to one-half of my body weight in four and a half months on a 700 calorie (or less) diet. I retuned to the USA on 5th June 1945.

Howard G Crissman

Maurice McGinley 384th Bomb Group

My father, Maurice McGinley, was stationed with the 384th Bomb Group B17 at Grafton Underwood Airfield in WWII.

Nancy Clarke

S/Sgt. John H. Markiewicz 547th Bomb Squad 384th Bomb Group

S/Sgt John H Markiewicz was shot down on 22nd May 1944 over Kiel, Germany. He was held as a POW until June 1945 when he was liberated by the Russians. Does anyone remember him?

Basia Markiewicz

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