392nd Bomb Group 2013 Annual Reunion
Savannah, GA - July 22-26, 2013
Join the 392nd Veterans and B24.net Researches at our 'official' reunion this year. We will have our 392nd Suite complete with food, drinks and archives of the 392nd BG of WWII. Click here for reunion information and registration forms.
We continue to update our rosters. If you are a 392nd BG veteran or have a 392nd BG loved one that is not listed on the Aircrew Photo section or the Ground Crew Echelon Roster section, please let us know by clicking here for the form.
This website is composed several sections
and is the work of many WWII researchers
representing of over 60 man years of research on the 392nd Bomb Group and the POW Stalag Lufts of Europe. We continue to update this site on a weekly basis with additional information and photos.
The 392nd Bomb Group Memorial Association: This section contains the Group Officers, Roll of Honor, Photos, Books, Videos, Patches, Stories and Diaries of WWII and the complete record of Oversea Burials.
Wendling, Station 118, USAAF: This air base located near Norwich, England was the home of the 392nd Bomb Group. This section contains maps, diagrams and photos of the base in 1943-45 and photos and descriptions of what it looks like today.
The Missions: The mission summary is followed by a calendar with links, by date, to all 285 missions of the 392nd Bomb Group. Each mission link contains the mission summary, Crew Loading Lists and the mission crew losses (MACRs).
Aircrew Photos: An incomplete roster with over 2,400 identified airman in crew photos.
Ground Crews: This section contains an incomplete roster listing over 3,000 ground crew echelon.
Aircraft: The aircraft disposition page contains a complete listing of the 392nd BG 402 aircraft with links to their history and photos.
The Stories of our 392nd Veterans: First hand accounts and diaries of the missions and life during WWII at Wendling.
POW Research: This is the internets largest and most complete research on the WWII POW Stalag Lufts in Europe. This research also includes the history and first hand documentation of the 57 day, 500+ mile, forced "Death March" from Luft 4 of 6,000+ airmen.
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