PHOTOS FROM THE 392ND MEMORIAL ASSOCIATION

Most of the photographs on the links to the left were compiled from the 392nd Memorial Association archives by Ernie Barber, group archivist and Greg Hatton, POW researcher. They are intended to be viewed for private use and not to be published without written consent from the Association's Group Archivist. You may contact Ernie through our questions form (leaving airman form boxes empty). Click here for the form.

A special thanks to the members who donated, scanned and complied these photographs in remembrance of the sacrifice made by those who flew and supported the B24's during WWII.


WENDLING AIR BASE 1943 - 1945

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Typical line shack from munition crates.
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Local farmhouse, supply of eggs & vetetables
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Site 8 sits in the shadow of this farm.
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T-2 hanger behind tree
Squadron armory on left.
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Entrance to hospital
Site 13
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Typical airmen living hut
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Base hospital
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Base movie theater,seating from London cinema.
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Control tower looking SE
Chemical office on right.
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Standard living quarters
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South end T-2 hanger.
Maintenance shed on right.
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Base hospital
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One of many offices on base
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Typical washroom on every site
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Weather office
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Checking the weather reading equipment.
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Munitions in Honeypot wood, South of field.
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Ambulance, crew and supplies
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Engineering repair shops
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Tire and wheel shop
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Electrical test shop
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Building line shack with bomb crates
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Propeller shop
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Bombs under camouflaged nets in Honeypot woods
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Base library escape corner
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Dining room at Thanksgiving