hline.gif (2424 bytes)

visits since 11 March 2001


Subject:   Jolly Rogers
Date:           Fri, 10 Nov 2000 19:29:50 EST
From:          Redhorse636@cs.com

hi, i'm doc,

My dad was with the 320th Bomb Squadron of the 90th Bomb Group from 4/42 till the end. Grew up listening to all his war stories.

He was m/sgt crew chief that kept them flying! i spent 2 tours in viet nam, and my son in army 12yrs in m109 howitzers, he blasted the republican guard! dad used to watch old tv stuff glorifying the 17's and it really made him mad,'cause the 24's were, heavier, longer range, bigger load, made more runs, more of them than the 17 but they got the limelite. but we know better huh? dad died in '94 but i got his duffle bag and dress uniform. there's lot's of pic's and old newspapers and yank mags and a couple of annuals that i can try to send if u interested. i'm putting together a collection of all our ribbons and medals, so that should fill up a wall. take care, looking forward to talking with u.


doc01.jpg (13530 bytes) doc02.jpg (17677 bytes)
doc03.jpg (21286 bytes) doc04.jpg (23419 bytes)
doc05.jpg (26514 bytes) doc06.jpg (42554 bytes)
doc07.jpg (36771 bytes)  


Can anyone help me with more information ?


In Association with Amazon.com

Heaps of WW2
books available at

                         "Australia @ War"


 Peter Dunn 2003


Click here to E-Mail me
any information or photographs

 Australia @ War
Available on CD-Rom

Peter Dunn's
explode.gif (15799 bytes) AUSTRALIA @ WAR explode.gif (15799 bytes)

Do you need a holiday!
Sun, surf, beautiful beaches and lots more!

  Genealogy Software
190 Mbytes of Genealogy Indexes & Programs

This page first produced 11 March 2001

This page last updated 04 June 2004