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This is a list of websites we thought you might like. These sites are not associated with the 446th Bomb Group and are responsible for their own content. To report dead links or suggest a link to add, please email us.

Bombardment Groups
34th Bomb Group (1)
34th Bomb Group (2)
36th Bomb Squadron
40th Bomb Group 
90th Bomb Group 
91st Bomb Group
92nd Bomb Group

93rd Bomb Group
95th Bomb Group 
96th Bomb Group 
100th Bomb Group
303rd Bomb Group
306th Bomb Group 
376th Bomb Group (1)
379th Bomb Group (1)
379th Bomb Group (2)
381st Bomb Group 
384th Bomb Group  
387th Bomb Group
389th Bomb Group
390th Bomb Group
392nd Bomb Group
398th BG Association
401st Bomb Group
447th Bomb Group

453rd Bomb Group (1)
456th Bomb Group
457th Bomb Group
461st Bomb Group
467th Bomb Group
467th BG Picture Gallery
486th Bomb Group 
487th Bomb Group
492nd Bomb Group

Two special 446th BG sites
The Norfolk and Suffolk Aviation Museum - This museum is recognized as East Anglia's Aviation Heritage Center, and is located just down the road from the 446th's airbase at Bungay. It also houses the museum of the 446th Bomb Group.
Bungay - Bungay is the town in England where the 446th's base was located. Check out their website to learn more about this wonderful place.

Personal sites, Crew sites

USS Atlanta A friend's site devoted to his father's cruiser in the PTO
446th Bomb Group Jim Thomas tells us about his father, a co-pilot
379th Bomb Group Picadilly Lilly
Lady Be Good A plane lost, but found in 1959
"Shady Sady" A tribute to one crew by a historical artist

"Little Rollo" A tribute to this plane and her crew
A Red Cross volunteer Erna Sittler Torney was in the American Red Cross with the 446th. This is a Youtube piece on her service.

H. G. Turner A 26 year career, including a tour with the 446th
446th Bomb Group A site about James Casey, KIA, by his nephew
The 707th Squadron A photo gallery of the 707th
Bruno Corridino Letters written by Bruno and his friends in the 446th
The Kassel Mission of 27 September 1944, were 118 Americans died.
Ginger A website about this airplane and her crew
American Legion Post 1392
Joseph Quirk Shot down in occupied France and escaped

Other sites

Pima Air Museum at Davis-Monthan AFB in Tucson; the 446th trained at DM
ArmyAirForces.com A massive site containing tons of information, including a 446th message board
The Second World War Experience Center An archive of letters, stories, etc.
D-Day Museum Historian Stephen Ambrose' museum in New Orleans
The American Air Museum Duxford, England. Large collection of American combat aircraft

The Heritage League A site for the 8TH AAF, 2nd AD.
East Anglian Aircraft Research Group Researching and recovering crashed aircraft of WWII
2nd Air Division Library Norwich, England. Info on bases, more.
Luft Stalag research The internet's largest WWII POW site

Military.com The 446th's interactive page. Post stories, start a discussion, have fun.
707th on Military.com A page for the 707th maintained by Robert Lowry
B-24 Best Web A great source of information about B-24s
Mighty 8th Air Force Heritage Museum Official museum of the 8th AF, Savannah, GA
American Ex-POWs Helps POWs get the benefits they have earned
Stalag Luft 1 On-line Put together by a POW's daughter
American D-Day A French site dedicated to those who served in the invasion
The Mighty 8th Cross Reference An extensive site covering the 8th AF. Tons of information.
Surviving Artifacts
from Kingman Army Air Field


Fighter Groups


352nd Fighter Group

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