Date: Sat, 9 Jan 1999 11:17:32 EST
Love the underground bunker! I will get back in touch because I have a family member who disappeared after taking off from Garbutt during the War! He lifted off in a new B-25G on 28 January 1944 at 11:30 en route to Durand Field N.G. Never made it! Lost in the ocean I presume.
Later, Chris Guest
Subject: E-mail me
Date: Sat, 9 Jan 1999 11:28:09 EST
I've got details on the B-25G that crashed on 28 January 1944.
Subject: Re: E-mail me
Date: Mon, 11 Jan 1999 15:14:19 EST
Go to the Kenney's Kids website (5th Air Force) and read the Guest List. I put it in as record # 100. It should be in my name:
PS. Keep in touch! I'll have some questions for you!
Subject: Check out International
Reseach and Publishing
Date: Mon, 11 Jan 1999 21:44:40 EST
http://www.airwar-worldwar2.com/ Click here: International Reseach and Publishing
Hey guys, This is that book you've been waiting for! They've got a book for each of the bomb groups. Hey Sunsetters, it's about time eh! Click to upcoming releases for Saga of the Sunsetters! They are now saying next month! I appreciate you guys talking to me yesterday!
Sincerely, Chris Guest
Subject: Lost B-24
Date: Tue, 20 Apr 1999 12:36:21 EDT
The B-24 that was found in China a couple of years ago will be aired on the Discovery channel again on April 25th at 6:00 PM, EDT. I watched the first show that aired and it was really good. This B-24 was thought lost in the Formosa Straights, but was found crashed on the side of a mountain peak. You don't want to miss this!
Sun Setter/38 Bombardment Group Website.
Subject: Check out
Pacific Wreck Database
Date: Wed, 17 Feb 1999 16:21:49 EST
By Justin R. Taylan
Sorry about that! I'll try to correct it tonight! Thanks for letting me know. Here's the 'link' so you won't have to wait on me!
Subject: American Cemetary.
Date: Tue, 4 May 1999 16:42:01 EDT
Do you know anything about an American Cemetery in Townsville? Is it still there, or has progress caused it to be moved? I would love to find a database of who's buried there. Is it possible to get a list of who's buried there?
Can anyone help me with information on this cemetery?
Date: Wed, 5 May 1999 17:37:29 EDT
The reason I asked about an American cemetery is because I was sent a newspaper article that was wired by the Associated Press during the war that has a picture showing an American flag flying at half-staff and in the background is a burial funeral. The caption reads: "The Stars and Stripes fly at half-staff as four members of an American bomber crew who lost their lives battling the Japanese in the southwest Pacific area are buried in a cemetery reserved for Americans at Townsville, Australia."
I'll ask some of the group members if they know anything about an American cemetery.
PS. Does anybody in the 38th know anything about this cemetery?
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