The complete aircrew roster database of almost 4,000 airmen is indexed by last name with dates and missions flown. This section also includes an incomplete airmen photo roster with over 2,700 identified airman and over 3,000 ground crew entries. If we do not have a photo of a person in the 392nd Bomb Group, please contact us. The Roll of Honor has the listings of 810 KIA, 59 KILD, 2 DNB and 447 POWs.
These listings have the complete inventory of all 459 B-24 Liberator bombers that flew missions with links to their history, B-24 photos, B-24 nose art and final dispositions. A search link to find all missions flown by each aircraft is available at the top of this page.
One of the internet's largest and most complete research on the German POW camps for airmen in Europe during World War II. These seven POW camp sites contain maps, photos, government records, historical accounts and self-authored stories of POW life. Included is the history and first-hand documentation of the 57 day, 500+ mile, forced "Death March" from Stalag Luft 4 of 6,000+ airmen.
This section consists of 14 different base sites with descriptions of each site and photos of recently taken and those of 1943 - 1945. The Wendling Memorial history in Beeston, England. Individual self-authored stories of the 392nd ground crews and aircrews are included here.
You are invited to join with us to preserve the history and legacy of the men and women of the 392nd B.G. The association includes 392nd Veterans, 2nd and 3rd decedents of the veterans, as well as others interested in WWII history. We have reunions every year at various locations in the USA. Contact us for more information.