Sites containing 'online' information relating to the United States Air Forces of World War II.

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The 1213 MP of the 10th Army Air Force in India and Burma (CBI) during World War 2
Features images and a history of the military police group.
401st Bombardment Group (Heavy) Association
Contains the history of Bowman's Bombers, gallery, forum, news, references, and links.
40th Bomb Group Association
History and documentary of a B-29 Superfortress Group, providing information on group officers and aircraft, combat crews, operations, photo archives, memorials, training film, and links.
458th Bombardment Group (H)
Tribute site to those who served, flew, and sacrificed in B-24 Liberators with the Eighth Air Force.
467th BG (H) Online Archive
A photo and library gallery.
500th Bomb Squadron Association
One of four squadrons of the 345th Bomb Group, and contains association members, history, photographs, and reunions.
95th Bomb Group (H)
The first B-17’s over Berlin, May, 1944, and includes forums, newsletter, photos, and a variety of historical documents.
American Aces of WWII
Brief biographies and combat stories of fighter pilots.
American Aircraft of World War II
Provides reference information. Includes photos and links.
American Visionaries - Tuskegee Airmen
An overview and information on training, combat, and support personnel with photographs.
American Volunteer Group - Flying Tigers
Offers articles, history, photo gallery, and information about the Curtiss P-40 fighter.
B-24 Best Web
Image archive and research/reference center for the Liberator Bombers.
Battle-Damaged B-17
A photo gallery of Flying Fortress bombers that managed to get back to their bases despite serious battle damage. Provides descriptions by sections, resources, links, and feedback.
Bill Neutzling's B-24 Liberator
Offers the descriptive anatomy of a mission over Mulhdorf Germany, B-24 pictures, mission documents, crew updates, and links.
Clarence E. Bud Anderson's Website
Dedicated to the triple ace who flew the P-51 Mustang, "Old Crow", includes photos and information on the 357th Fighter Group and a tribute to Chuck Yeager.
Eighth Air Force
Article on unit which carried out daytime bombing operations in western Europe from airfields in eastern England from 1942.
The Flying Knights of WWII
The history of 9th Fighter Squadron, including unit history, theatres of combat, lineage, scrapbook, and links.
Gloversville NY 15th AF
The men and planes of the 15th AirForce in WWII. Large collection of contemporary photos of United States military aircraft.
Kingman Army Air Field & Storage Depot 41
The History of Kingman Army Air Field & WAA Storage Depot 41
Marshall Stelzriede's Wartime Story
The experiences of a B-17 navigator.
The Mighty 8th Army Airforce
Memorials, biographies, photos, and links.
The Naper 28
The untold story of the largest military aircraft crash in the continental United States containing interviews, history, and links.
Nose Art
History and galleries that include aircraft, pin-ups and cartoons.
United States Air Force Military Heritage Database
Records of the 8th Air Force during the war.
United States Army Air Force Resource Center
Resources for the preservation and dissemination of the history of those who served.
USAAF Nose Art Research Project
The gathering and recording of information and photographs on named or embellished planes of all types in all theatres of operation, and to detail the work done by men and women who painted nose art.
WASP on the Web
The history of the first women to fly America's military aircraft, Women Airforce Service Pilots, during the war.
The Writing 69th
Covers the story of a group of journalists, including Walter Cronkite and Andy Rooney, who covered the U.S. 8th Air Force in World War II.
WW2 History of the 86th Fighter Group
Historical and personal information, and includes a gallery and personal stories.
Z Square 7, A B-29 True Story
Introduces the reader to the crew of the B-29 known as Z Square 7, 42-63486, which flew with the 881st Squadron/500th Bombing Group/73rd Wing, stationed on Saipan, and was shot down in Tokyo Bay on May 24, 1945. Includes photos and information on similar bomber crews and related material.
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