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CHAPTER V


WINGS


1st AIR COMMANDO WING


Trest, Warren A. Air Commando One: Heinie Aderholt and America=s Secret Air Wars. Washington: Smithsonian Institution Press, 2000. 320 p. DLC



1st BOMBARDMENT WING


Redding, John M., and Harold Leyshon. Skyways to Berlin: With American Flyers in England. Indianapolis, IN: Bobbs-Merrill Co., 1943. 280 p. AMAU


See also under 1st Air Division, Bishop title.



1st TAC FIGHTER WING


O'Connell, Charles F., Jr. First Fighter: A History of America's First Team, 1918-1983. Washington: Government Printing Office, 1987. 183 p. DLC



2nd BOMBARDMENT WING


Mayhew, Wilbur N. Defenders of Liberty: Second Bombardment Group/Wing, 1918-1993. Paducah, KY: Turner Pub. Co., 1997. 448 p. DLC



2nd PROVISIONAL WING


Yarwood, Bertram H., editor. Overseas Dreams. Second Provisional Wing. Houston: Gulfport Print. Co., 1919. 159 [33] p. NN



4th TAC FIGHTER WING


4th Fighter-Interceptor Wing, 1952-1953, Korea. Nagoya, Japan: Koeki Print. Co., ca1953. AMAU


The 4th Fighter Interceptor Wing. Kimpo Air Base, Korea, 1953-1954. Nagoya, Japan: Koeki


49 Print., ca1954. ca82 lvs. AMAU


Chronology of the 4th Tactical Fighter Wing. From 1942. Seymour Johnson Air Force Base, NC: Office of History, HQ, 4th Tactical Fighter Wing, ca1980. 176 [19] p. Mimeo. AFHRC



5th BOMBARDMENT WING


(pre 1949)


Two Years. N.p.: 1945. 47 p.


Drain, R. E. 5th Bomb Wing: History of Aircraft Assigned. N.p.: 1991. 132 p. DLC



5th BOMBARDMENT WING


(post 1949)


5th Bombardment Wing, Travis Air Force Base, California. Unit History, 1918-1957. N.p.: 1957. 68, [25] p. AFHRC


Billups, Jack R. 5th Bombardment Wing (Heavy). Minot Air Force Base, ND: ca1983. 17 p. Mimeo. DAFH



6th BOMBARDMENT WING


Sixth Bombardment Wing. Walker Air Force Base, New Mexico. N.p.: 1954. PCarlMH



7th BOMBARDMENT WING


7th Bombardment Group/Wing, (1919-1995). Paducah, KY: Turner Pub. Co., 1997. 264 p. DLC


Mayhew, Wilbur W. Pictorial History of the 7th Bombardment Group/Wing, 1918-1995. N.p.: 7th Bombardment Group (H) Historical Foundation. 316 p. DLC



8th TAC FIGHTER WING


Robertson, Orlo. Captain Bob. Garden City, NY: Privately Printed, 1952. 82 p. NcU


50 Welcome to the Wolfpack. 40 Years of Service, 1932-1972. 8th Tactical Fighter Wing. N.p.: ca1972. 35 p.



10th PURSUIT WING


Baylis, Charles D., and Jack H. Jennings, editors. The Bomber. A Historical and Pictorial Review of Hamilton Field, United States Army Air Corps, Marion County, California. Baton Rouge: Army Navy Pub. Co., 1941. 120 p. AFHRC


See also under Hamilton Field.



14th BOMBARDMENT WING


Taylor, William B., editor. 14th Combat Bombardment Wing (H). San Angelo, TX: Newsfoto Pub. Co., 1945. 66 lvs. CoCA



17th BOMBARDMENT WING


The Black Knights of the 17th Bomb Wing, 1957. Baton Rouge: Army Navy Pub. Co., ca1957.


Hurlburt Field, Home of the Black Knights of the 17th Bomb Wing, 1956. Baton Rouge: Army Navy Pub. Co., ca1956. NN



18th FIGHTER-BOMBER WING


Shingledecker, R. S., editor. Truck-busters, 18th Fighter Bomber Wing. (Its Saga of the Korean Conflict in the Far East). Tokyo, Japan: Toppan Print. Co., 1951. 145 p.


See also under 313th Air Division, 1980 title.



19th BOMBARDMENT WING


Destination Guam. 19th Bomb Wg. M. Andersen Air Force Base, Guam: Wing Public Information Office, 1950. 22 p. DAL


19th Bombardment Wing. Activated 10 October 1927. N.p.: 1953. 21 p.


51 20th TAC FIGHTER WING


20th Fighter Bomber Wing. England, 1953. London: Montgomery Enterprises, 1953. 95 p. DLC


First Reunion 20th Tactical Fighter Wing, United States Air Force Academy, Colorado, 24-27 May 1962. N.p.: 1962. 8 lvs. AFHRC



20th BOMBARDMENT WING


North, Tony, and Mike Bailey. Liberator Album, Volume 1: the 20th Combat Bomb Wing. N.p.: Privately Printed, 1979.



21st COMPOSITE WING


Chronology of the 21st Composite Wing and Its Antecedents. Alaskan Air Command, 21 Apr 1944 thru 30 Jun 1975. N.p.: ca1976. 38 p. AFHRC



21st TAC FIGHTER WING


Chronology of the 21st Tactical Fighter Wing and Its Antecedents, 1944-1984. N.p.: ca1984. 77 p. DAFH



22nd BOMBARDMENT WING


22nd Bombardment Wing (M) March Air Force Base, California. Historical Brochure, 22d Bombardment Group and 22d Bombardment Wing. March Air Force Base, CA: ca1954. 32 p. AFHRC


Carson, William R. A Brief History of the 22nd Bombardment Wing, Heavy, and March Air Force Base. (1 February 1940-30 June 1969). March AFB, CA: HQ, 22nd Bombardment Wing, ca1969. 32 p. AFHRC



26th TAC RECONNAISSANCE WING


Strategic Photo Reconnaissance. APO 520: 1945. 67 p. CoCA


52 History of the 26th TRW and Zweibrucken AB, FRG. APO New York 09860: Office of History, 26th Tactical Recon Wing, ca1984. 16 p. Mimeo.



27th FIGHTER-ESCORT WING


The 27th Fighter Escort Wing, First to Fly Republic's F-84 Thunderjet in Combat, Korea. Dallas, TX: Taylor Pub. Co., ca1951. AMAU


27th Strategic Fighter Wing. Bergstrom A.F.B., 1955. Baton Rouge: Army Navy Pubs., ca1955. AFHRC



28th BOMBARDMENT WING


History of the 28th Bombardment Wing (H), 1940-1976. N.p.: Office of Wing Historian, ca1976. 22 p.



31st FIGHTER-ESCORT WING


Savage, L. O., and Bill Kolm. The 31st Fighter Escort Wing, Jet Pioneers of the Pacific. N.p.: ca1952. 147 lvs.



31st TAC FIGHTER WING


Flood, Charles B. The War of Innocents. New York: McGraw Hill, 1970. 480 p. AMAU



33rd TAC FIGHTER WING


Rosmer, David L., and Alton C. Stromwall. A Brief History of the 33rd Tactical Fighter Wing, 1941-1972. N.p.: ca1972. 36 p. DAFH


33rd Tactical Ftr. Wing, Nomads of the Air, Eglin Air Force Base, Florida. N.p.: ca1976. [45] p.


33D TAC FTR Wing. 1981. Nomads of the Air. N.p.: 33d TAC FTR Wing, 1981. 65 p. DAFH


53 36th TAC FIGHTER WING


A History of the 36th Tactical Fighter Wing. Bitburg Air Base and the Skyblazers. N.p.: 36th TFW Office of History, 1983. 31 p. DAFH


The 36th Fighter-Bomber Wing. London: Montgomery Pub. Co., 1952. 96 p. PCarlMH


Skyblazer. Bitburg: 1952. CoCA


36th Fighter-Bomber Wing, Germany, 1954. N.p.: ca1954. 96 p. AFHRC



42nd BOMBARDMENT WING


(pre 1953)


Getting Better Results with the Marauder Bombers. Where the Bombs Fell in 434 Rail Bridge Attacks. N.p.: 941st Engr. Bn., 1945. 29 p. AFHRC


A Short History of the 42nd Bomb Wing (US). N.p.: HQ, 42nd Bomb Wg. (US), 1945. 7 p. Mimeo. AFHRC



42nd BOMBARDMENT WING


(post 1953)


42nd Bombardment Wing (H). Loring Air Force Base, Maine. Baton Rouge: Army Navy Pub. Co., ca1961. PCarlMH


42nd Bombardment Wing (H), (SAC), Loring Air Force Base, 1963. Baton Rouge: Army Navy Pub. Co., ca1963. NN



43rd BOMBARDMENT WING


43rd Bombardment Wing, Medium. The World=s First Supersonic Bomb Wing. Baton Rouge: Army Navy Pub., 1964.



44th BOMBARDMENT WING


44th Bombardment Wing (H), Lake Charles, 1954. Baton Rouge: Army Navy Pub. Co., ca1954.


54 NN



47th BOMBARDMENT WING


47th Bombardment Wing History, a Record of Operations Taken From Official Sources, June 5, 1942-October 17, 1945. Sioux City: Perkins Bros. Co., 1946. 94 p. CoCA



47th FLYING TRAINING WING


History of the 47th Flying Training Wing and Laughlin AFB, Texas. Laughlin AFB, TX: 47th FTW History Office, 1989. 13 p.



48th TAC FIGHTER WING


48th Tactical Fighter Wing, RAF Lakeheath, Suffolk, England. N.p.: ca1977. 8 lvs.


Venkus, Robert E. Raid on Qaddafi: The Untold Story of History's Longest Fighter Mission by the Pilot Who Directed It. New York: St. Martin's Press, 1992. 198 p. DLC



49th TAC FIGHTER WING


History in Review, 1940-1971. 49th Tactical Fighter Wing, Holloman AFB, New Mexico. Holloman AFB, NM: ca1972. 60 p. DAFH


49th Tactical Fighter Wing, Decades of Honor. Holoman Air Force Base, NM: 49th Tactical Fighter Wing, 1987. 29 p. DLC



50th TROOP CARRIER WING


Invaders, the Story of the 50th Troop Carrier Wing. [Paris: Desfosses-Neogravure], 1945. 30 p. (G I Stories Booklet) AFHRC



51st TAC FIGHTER WING


Sullivan, John C. 51st Tactical Fighter Wing. . .a Combat Unit in Two Wars. The Story. Korea: AG Printing & Publications Center, Korea, 1982. 100 p.


55 52nd TAC FIGHTER WING


History of the 52d TFW and Spangdahlem A. B. APO New York: Office of History, 52d TFW, ca1982. 54 p. Mimeo. DAFH



53rd TROOP CARRIER WING


Ever First, the 53rd Troop Carrier Wing. [Paris: Desfosses-Neogravure], 1945. 31 p. (G I Stories Booklet) AFHRC



54th TROOP CARRIER WING


Jacobson, Richard S., editor. Moresby to Manila via Troop Carrier, True Story of the 54th Troop Carrier Wing, the Third Tactical Arm of the U.S. Army Air Force in the Southwest Pacific. Sydney: Angus & Robertson, 1945. 278 p. AFHRC



55th STRATEGIC RECONNAISSANCE


WING


55th Strategic Reconnaissance Wing History. 20 November 1940 to 1 July 1978. Pursuit to Defend. . . N.p.: ca1978. 37 p. AFHRC


Bailey, Bruce M. "We See All" A Pictorial History of the 55th Strategic Reconnaissance Wing, 1947-1967. Tucson, AZ: The Author, 1982. 281 p. WHi


55th Strategic Reconnaissance Wing History, 20 Nov. 1940-1 April 1983. "Pursuit to Defend." N.p.: 55th Strategic Recon Wing, 1983. 64 p.



57th BOMBARDMENT WING


Battle of the Brenner. 57th Bombardment Wing (M), Twelfth Air Force. N.p.: 941st Engr. Bn., 1945. 109 p. Mimeo. NN



57th WING


56 Warfighters: The Story of the USAF Weapons School & the 57th Wing. Atglen, PA: Schiffer Pub., 1996. 261 p. DLC



64th FIGHTER WING


Campbell, Harlan S., and others. History, 64th Fighter Wing, 1942-1945. Tubingen, Germany: Laupp, 1945. 199 p. AFHRC



64th FLYING TRAINING WING


History of Reese AFB and the 64th Flying Training Wing. Reese AFB, TX: 64th FTW History Office, 1989. 14 p.



65th FIGHTER WING


Shepherd of the Seas, Air-Sea Rescue in the Eighth Air Force, H.Q. 65th Fighter Wing, U.S.A.A.F. England: 901st Engr. A.F. HQ Co., 1945. 130 p.



66th FIGHTER WING


66th Fighter Wing in Europe, One Story, Two Worlds, Three Enemies, Four Freedoms, May 27, 1943-September 15, 1945. Cambridge: W. Heffer & Sons, 1945. 24 lvs. AFHRC



67th TAC RECONNAISSANCE WING


67th Tactical Reconnaissance Wing, Japan 1955. N.p.: ca1955. 118 p. AFHRC


The 67th Tactical Reconnaissance Wing Memorandum for United Nations Personnel. N.p.: Special Projects Section of Recon. Tech. Sq., 1953. 14 p. AFHRC


67th Tactical Reconnaissance Wing with the United Nations Forces, Korea, 1954. N.p.: ca1954. AFHRC


Moody, J. W., and others. 67th Tactical Reconnaissance Wing with the United Nations Forces in Korea. Japan: Koeke Print. Co., ca1952. 54 lvs.


Watson, Kenneth D. 67th Tactical Reconnaissance Wing, 1953 Year Book. Nagoya, Japan:


57 Koeki Print. Co., 1953. 112 p.



71st FLYING TRAINING WING


The History of 71st Flying Training Wing and Vance AFB. Vance AFB, OK: 71st FTW History Office, 1989. 22 p.



73rd BOMBARDMENT WING


The Story of the 73rd, the Unofficial History of the 73rd Bomb Wing. San Angelo, TX: Newsfoto Pub. Co., 1946. 101 lvs. DAL


---. Nashville, TN: Battery Press, 1980. ca200 p. (Reprint of the 1946 edition) AMAU


Marshall, Chester. Sky Giants over Japan: A Diary of a B-29 Crew in WWII. Memphis, TN: Marshall Pubs., 1984. 214 p. DLC



81st TAC FIGHTER WING


81st Fighter Interceptor Wing, Bentwaters, Shepard Grove, England, 1954. London: Montgomery Enterprises, 1954. 96 p. DLC


81st Tactical Fighter Wing, 1942-1977. N.p.: Office of History, HQ, 81st TAC Fighter Wg, ca1977. 14 p. AFHRC



83rd FIGHTER DAY WING


83d Fighter Day Wing, Seymour Johnson AFB, Goldsboro, N.C., 1957. Baton Rouge: Army Navy Pub. Co., ca1957. NN



86th FIGHTER-BOMBER WING


The 86th Raider. Los Angeles: Montgomery Pubs., 195-? 107 p. CoCA



89th MILITARY AIRLIFT WING


58 Baker, Raymond D. Flight of Excellence: A Chronology of SAM FOX, a 40th Anniversary. Andrews AFB, DC: 89th MAW Office of History, 1989. 459 p.


---. History of Special Air Missions. Andrews AFB, DC: 89th MAW Office of History, 1989. 89 p. DLC


U.S. General Accounting Office. Military Aircraft: Policies on Government Official=s Use of the 89th Military Airlift Wing Aircraft: Report to the Ranking Minority Member, Committee on Government Operations, House of Representatives. Washington: General Accounting Office, 1992. 39 p. (GAO/NSIAD-92-133) DLC



91st BOMBARDMENT WING


91st Strategic Reconnaissance Wing, 1950. Barksdale Air Force Base, Strategic Air Command. Baton Rouge: Army Navy Pub. Co., 1950. DAFH


91st Bombardment Wing (H), (SAC), Glasgow Air Force Base, 1963. Baton Rouge: Army Navy Pub. Co., ca1963. NN



92nd BOMBARDMENT WING


The 92d Bombardment Wing. 40 Years of Excellence. N.p.: ca1982. 33 p. DAFH


92nd Bombardment Wing. Sentinel of the Pacific Northwest. N.p.: ca1984. 49, [4] p. DAFH


Semmler, William W. 92nd Bomb Wing: A Sentinel of the Pacific Northwest. N.p.: 92nd Bomb Wing, 1986. 47, [34] p. DLC



93rd BOMBARDMENT WING


100 Missions. San Angelo, TX: Newsfoto Pub. Co., 1946. 38 lvs. NN



96th BOMBARDMENT WING


North, Tony, and Mike Bailey. Liberator Album, Volume 3: the 96th Combat Bomb Wing. N.p.: Privately Printed, 1984.



59 97th BOMBARDMENT WING


97th Bombardment Wing, Blytheville Air Force Base. N.p.: ca1984. 35 p. DAFH


Proud Professionals, 97th Bombardment Wing. Blytheville AFB, AR: 1985. 36, [9] p.



99th BOMBARDMENT WING


Seiler, P. F., editor. 1968 Edition, Caveant, Aggressors, 99th Bomb Wing. N.p.: 1968. 176 p. MHI



100th STRATEGIC RECONNAISSANCE WING


Doubek, Thomas J., editor. Strategic Reconnaissance, 1956-1976: A History of the 4080th/100th S.R.W. Dallas, TX: Taylor Pub. Co., 1976. 248 p. DLC



113th TAC FIGHTER WING


Silver Anniversary. 113th Tactical Fighter Wing. District of Columbia Air National Guard. Andrews Air Force Base. N.p.: ca1971. 8 lvs. DNGuA



116th TAC FIGHTER WING


Ridley, William E., editor. 116th Tactical Fighter Wing, 1941-1983. Dallas, TX: Taylor Pub. Co., 1984. 221 p. DAFH



126th AIR REFUELING WING


Illinois Air National Guard 126th Air Refueling Wing (H) SAC. O'Hare ARF Facility, Illinois 60666. 30th Anniversary, 1950-1980 Almanac. O'Hare International Airport, Chicago, IL: 126th Air Refueling Wing, ca1980. 99 p. DNGuA



133rd AIRLIFT WING


Projecting Peace Proudly: A Commemorative History of the 133rd Airlift Wing, 1921-1996. N.p.: 133rd Airlift Wing, Minnesota Air National Guard, 1996. 144 p. DLC


60 136th AIR REFUELING WING


Finklea, Robert W., III, and David R. Holland. A Decade on the Rhine, 1967-1977. A Pictorial of the 136th Air Refueling Wing, Texas Air National Guard. Hensley Field, Dallas, Texas. N.p.: ca1977.


35 lvs.



141st AIR REFUELING WING


60th Anniversary. 141st Air Refueling Wing, Washington Air National Guard. Aces and Airships. Spokane, Washington. 1984. N.p.: 200 p. DNGuA



142nd FIGHTER-INTERCEPTOR WING


50 Years of Progress, 1924-1974. N.p.: ca1974. 76 p.



144th FIGHTER-INTERCEPTOR WING


Weppler, Lee. 144th Air Defense Wing, 1943. . . N.p.: American Yearbook, 1969. 88 p. DNGuA


C. 144th Fighter Interceptor Wing, 1943-1983. N.p.: Jostin's American, 1984. 152 p. DNGuA



146th TAC AIRLIFT WING


The 146th Tactical Airlift Wing, Fiftieth Anniversary, 1924-1974. N.p.: American Yearbook Co., ca1974. 255 p. DNGuA



174th TAC FIGHTER WING


174th Tactical Fighter Wing, New York Air National Guard, 1947-1987, 40th Anniversary. N.p.: ca1987. 88 p.



185th TAC FIGHTER WING


61 Morrison, Robert L., Jr., editor. 185th Fighter Wing, Iowa Air National Guard: Athe Bats@ 50 Year History, 1946-1996. Sergeant Bluff, IA: Office of Public Affairs,185th FW, 1996. 224 p. DLC



301st BOMBARDMENT WING


301st Bomb Wing, Barksdale A.F.B., 1950. Strategic Air Command. Baton Rouge: Army Navy Pub. Co., 1950. DAFH


See also under 301st Bombardment Group.



302nd TRANSPORT WING


With 302d Transport Wing in the E.T.O. N.p.: 901st AF HQ Co., 1945. 52 lvs. PCarlMH



305th BOMBARDMENT WING


See under Bunker Hill Air Force Base, 1961 title.



306th BOMBARDMENT WING


306th Bombardment Wing (M), MacDill Air Force Base, 1954. Baton Rouge: Army Navy Pub. Co., ca1954. NN


History; 28 Jan 42-28 Jan 79, 306th Strategic Wing, RAF Mildenhall, England. N.p.: ca1979. 38 p. AFHRC



308th BOMBARDMENT WING


Herring, Robert R., editor. From Dobodura to Okinawa; History of 308th Bombardment Wing. San Angelo, TX: Newsfoto Pub. Co., 1946. 98 lvs. AMAU




311th PHOTO MAPPING & CHARTING WING


Bieniecki, Henry S., editor. Army Air Force Geodesy in World War II: Recollections of Geodetic Control Field Crews. Granite City, IL: 1996. 344 p.


62 314th TROOP CARRIER WING


314th Troop Carrier Wing, Stewart Air Force Base, 1954. Baton Rouge: Army Navy Pub. Co., ca1954. NN


Doty, Ralph W. 314th Tactical Airlift Wing, 1942-1977. Little Rock AFB, AR: 314 TAW Office of History, n.d. 97 p.



317th TROOP CARRIER WING


317th Troop Carrier Wing, Medium, Neubiberg Air Base, Germany. Warrington, England: Reg. Cholerton, ca1955. 61 lvs.



323rd FLYING TRAINING WING


History of Mathers Field and the 323rd Flying Training Wing. N.p.: 323rd FTW History Office, ca1990. 40 p.



355th TAC FIGHTER WING


Broughton, Jack. Thud Ridge. New York: J. B. Lippincott Co., 1969. 254 p. AMAU



363rd TAC RECONNAISSANCE WING


363d Tactical Reconnaissance Wing, Shaw AFB, South Carolina, 1956. Baton Rouge: Army Navy Pub. Co., ca1956. NN



366th TAC FIGHTER WING


The 366th (Fighter Bomber) Wing at Alexander Air Force Base. . . N.p.: 1954. 56 lvs.


366th Fighter Bomber Wing, England Air Force Base, Louisiana, 1955. Baton Rouge: Army Navy Pub. Co., ca1955. AFHRC


366th Tactical Ftr. Wing. N.p.: ca1980. [29] p.


63 376th BOMBARDMENT WING


Liberandos, 376th Bombardment Wing (M) (1954). Baton Rouge: Army Navy Pub. Co., 1954. 55 lvs. NN



388th TAC FIGHTER WING


Logan, Don. The 388th Tactical Fighter Wing at Korat Royal Thai Air Force Base, 1972. Atglen, PA: Schiffer Pub., 1995. 128 p. DLC



390th STRATEGIC MISSILE WING


Mansmann, William V., and David W. Roberts. Advance to Memory. Tokepa, KS: American Yearbook Co., 1969. 60 p. [40] p. DLC



406th FIGHTER-INTERCEPTOR WING


406th Fighter-Interceptor Wing, Manslon, England, 1955. N.p.: ca1955.



443rd TROOP CARRIER WING


443rd Troop Carrier Wing. Baton Rouge: Army Navy Pub. Co., ca1952. DAL



450th FIGHTER-BOMBER WING


Foster Air Force Base, Home of the 450th Fighter Bomber Wing, 1955. Baton Rouge: Army Navy Pub. Co., ca1955. NN



452nd BOMBARDMENT WING


Fly Until You Die: 452nd Bomb Wing (Light). Paducah, KY: Turner Pub., 1996. 134 p. DLC



463rd TROOP CARRIER WING


64 463d Troop Carrier Wing (M), Ardmore A.F.B., 1955. Baton Rouge: Army Navy Pub. Co., ca1955. NN



464th TROOP CARRIER WING


Larson Air Force Base, 464th Troop Carrier Wing, 1954. Baton Rouge: Army Navy Pub. Co., 1954. AFHRC



479th FIGHTER WING


George Air Force Base, 479th Fighter Wing. N.p.: ca1954. AFHRC



513th TROOP CARRIER WING


513th Troop Carrier Wing, 1958. Stewart Air Force Base, Tennessee. N.p.: 1958. 30 lvs. DAFH



514th TROOP CARRIER WING


This is the 514th Troop Carrier Wing. Mitchell AFB, NY: Office of Information Services, HQ, Continental Air Forces, ca1959. 6 lvs. AFHRC



551st AIRBORNE EARLY WARNING & CONTROL WING


551st Airborne Early Warning and Control Wing, Otis Air Force Base, Massachusetts. Baton Rouge: Army Navy Pub. Co., 1957.



552nd AIRBORNE EARLY WARNING & CONTROL WING


552nd Airborne Early Warning and Control Wing, McClellan Air Force Base, 1957. Baton Rouge: Army Navy Pub. Co., 1957.



601st TAC CONTROL WING


65 Grindstaff, Charles W. History of 601 Tactical Control Wing. N.p.: Office of History, 601st Tactical Control Wing, [1985]. 86 p.


Cowin, Darcene B. History of 601 Tactical Control Wing. N.p.: Office of History, 601st Tactical Control Wing, 1989. 27 p.



1607th AIR TRANSPORT WING


1607th Air Transport Wing (H) Dover Air Force Base, Delaware. Baton Rouge: Army Navy Pub. Co., ca1957. DAFH



1608th AIR TRANSPORT WING


1608th Air Transport Wing, Charleston Air Force Base, S.C., 1957. Baton Rouge: Army Navy Pub. Co., ca1957. NN



1800th AIRWAYS & AIR COMMUNICATIONS SERVICE WING


A Bird's-eye View of the 1800th AACS Wing (MATS). HQ, Tinker AFB, OK. . . Tinkler Air Force Base, OK: HQ, 1800th Airways & Air Communications Service (MATS), 1954. 26 p. DAL



2750th AIR BASE WING


Wickam, Shelby E. History of the 2750 Air Base Wing: July 1972-June 1974. Wright-Patterson, OH: Office of History, 2750th Air Base Wing, ca1974. 109, [8] p. ODa



3200th MAINTENANCE WING (TEST)


Air Proving Ground Command; AFOTC: 3200th Maintenance Wing (Test), 3206th Support Wing (Test), Eglin Air Force Base, 1954. Baton Rouge: Army Navy Pub. Co., ca1954. NN



3201st AIR BASE WING


Air Proving Ground Command: 3201st Air Base Wing, Eglin Air Force Base, 1954. Baton Rouge: Army Navy Pub. Co., ca1954. NN


66 3202nd INSTALLATIONS WING


Air Proving Ground Command: 3202nd Installations Wing, Eglin Air Force Base, 1954. Baton Rouge: Army Navy Pub. Co., ca1954. NN



3206th SUPPORT WING (TEST)


See under 3200th Maintenance Wing (Test), 1954 title.



3636th COMBAT CREW TRAINING WING


That They Shall Survive: A Brief History of the USAF Survival School and the 3636th Combat Crew Training Wing. N.p.: 3636 CCTW History Office, 1989. 5 p.



4750th AIR DEFENSE WING


Yearbook. Vincent AFB, AZ: 195-? CoCA



CARIBBEAN WING, AIR TRANSPORT COMMAND


Homestead A.A.F., Homestead, Fla, A.A.F. Air Transport Command, Caribbean Wing, 1943. Baton Rouge: Army Navy Pub. Co., ca1943.


Morrison Field A.A.F., Homestead, Fla, A.A.F. Air Transport Command, Caribbean Wing. Baton Rouge: Army Navy Pub. Co., ca1944. 106 p.



CHINESE AMERICAN COMPOSITE WING


Daniels, Ken. China Bombers: The Chinese-American Composite Wing in World War II. North Branch, MN: Speciality Press, 1998. 110 p. DLC


Kebric, Harry L. Dragon Tigers. Washington: Vantage Press, 1971. 137 p. DLC


Molesworth, Harry L. Wing to Wing: Air Combat in China, 1943-1945. New York: Orion Books, 1990. 207 p. DLC


67 MEDITERRANEAN ALLIED PHOTO RECON WING


A Pictorial History. 1943 Mediterranean Allied Photo Reconnaissance Wing. N.p.: 941st Engr. Bn. Mapew, 1944. 56 p.



SOUTH ATLANTIC WING, AIR TRANSPORT COMMAND


History of the South Atlantic Wing, Air Transport Command. N.p.: ca1944. 148 p. AFHRC




68

    CHAPTER VI


GROUPS


1st AEROMEDICAL GP


Report of Operations: Activation through Exercise Long Horn. Greenville?, SC: 1952. AFHRC



1st AIR COMMANDO GP


Claus, Dan G., and Peter Schofield, editors. Light Planes, 1st Air Commando Group. Calcutta: Stateman Press, ca1945. [98 p.]


Prather, Russel E. Easy into Burma. Dayton, OH: Prather, ca1977. 91 p. DLC


Sanders, Van Cortez, Jr. The First Air Commando Group (USAAF) in the Burma Campaign, 1944. N.p.: 1965. 47 lvs. CoCA


Thomas, Lowell J. Back to Mandalay. New York: Greystone Press, 1951. 320 p. AMAU


--- ---. London: F. Muller, 1952. 255 p. (English printing of the 1951 edition)


Van Wagner, R. D. Any Place, Any Time, Any Where: 1st Air Commando Group. Maxwell AFB, AL: Air Command and Staff College, 1986. 119 p. (Military History Series, 86-1) DLC


---. Any Place, Any Time, Any Where: The 1st Air Commando Group in World War II. Atglen, PA: Schiffer Pub., 1998. 171 p. DLC .


1st DAY BOMBARDMENT GP


See under 2nd Bombardment Group, Hooper title.



1st FIGHTER GP


[1st Pursuit Group]


Gabler, Clyde W. What Did You Do in World War II Grandpa? Baltimore: Gateway Press, 1994. 144 p.


69 Hartney, Harold E. Up and at 'em. Harrisburg: Stackpole Sons, 1940. 333 p. AMAU


--- ---. Garden City, NY: Doubleday, 1971. 360 p. (Reprint of the 1940 edition) AMAU


--- ---. New York: Arno Press, 1980. 333, [9] p. (Reprint of the 1940 edition) DLC


---. Wings over France. Folkestone: Bailey and Swinfen, 1974. 360 p. (English printing of the 1971 American reprint) DLC


Mullins, John D. An Escort of P-38s: The 1st Fighter Group in WWII. St. Paul: MN: Phalanx Pub., 1995. 190 p. DLC



2nd BOMBARDMENT GP


2 Bomb in Italy. Italy: 1944. 34 lvs.


Hopper, Bruce C. When the Air Was Young. American Day Bombardment, A.E.F., France, 1917-1918. Washington: 1944. Mimeo. AFHRC


Miller, Thomas G. History of the First Day Bombardment Group. West Roxbury, MA: World War I Aero Pubs., 1965. 23 p. PCarlMH


--- ---. Glendale, CA: Aviation Book Co., 1975. 26 p. (Reprint of the 1965 edition)


Pindak, Frank F., and others. Mission No. 263 Second Bombardment Group, Fifteenth Air Force, August 29, 1944: Mission Target, Privoser Oil Refinery and Rail Yards, Morava, Ostrava, Czechoslovakia. Denver, CO: L. Dickman, 1997. 105 p. DLC



2nd FERRYING GP


Matz, Onas P. History of the 2nd Ferrying Group, Ferrying Division, Air Transport Command, New Castle Army Air Base, Delaware. Seattle, WA: Modet Enterprises, 1993. 419 p. DLC



3rd ATTACK GP


See under 3rd Bombardment Group, 1945 title.



70 3rd BOMBARDMENT GP


The Reaper's Harvest, the Story of the Third Attack Group. Sydney: Halstead Press, 1945. 120 p. AFHRC


Arbon, J., and Chris Christensen. The Bismarck Sea Ran Red. Marceline, MO: Walsworth Press, 1979. 314 p. TxEU


Cortesi, Lawrence. The Grim Reapers. History of the 3rd Bomb Group, 1918-1965. Temple City, CA: Historical Aviation Album, 1985. 105 p.


Kenney, George C. The Saga of Pappy Gunn. New York: Duell, Sloan & Pearce, 1959. 133 p. NN



3rd SERVICE GP


Linderman, Glenn O. The History of the 3rd Service Group. Eau Claire, WI: Johnson Print. Co., 1945. 132 p. DSI



4th FIGHTER GP


Caine, Philip D. Spitfire, Thunderbolts and Warm Beer. Washington: Brassy=s (US), 1995. 231 p. DLC


Davis, Larry. MIG Alley. Warren, MI: Squadron/Signal Publications, 1978. 80 p. DLC


Dunn, William R. Fighter Pilot: The First American Ace of World War II. Lexington, KY: Univ. of Kentucky Press, 1982. 234 p. AMAU


Evans, Douglas K. Sabre Jets Over Korea: A First Hand Account. Blue Ridge Summit, PA: TAB Books, 1986. 336 p. DLC


Fry, Gary L. Debden Eagles, the 4th Fighter Group in World War II. Whittier, CA(?): Walker- Smith, 1970. 102 p. DLC


Fry, Gary L., and Jeffrey L. Ethell. Escort to Berlin: The 4th Fighter Group. New York: Arco, 1980. 226 p. AMAU


Gentile, Don S. One-Man Air Force as Told to Ira Wolfert. New York: L. B. Fischer Pub. Corp, 1944. 55 p. AMAU


71 Godfrey, John T. The Look of Eagles. New York: Random House, 1958. 245 p. AMAU


Goodson, James A. Tumult in the Clouds. New York: St. Martin's Press, 1983. 238 p. AMAU


Hall, Grover C., Jr. Mr. Tettley's Tenants. London: Baynard Press, 1944. 180 p. PCarlMH


---. 1,000 Destroyed: The Life and Times of the 4th Fighter Group. Montgomery, AL: Brown Print. Co., 1946. 332 p. DLC


--- ---. Fallbrook, CA: Aero Pub., ca1978. 384 p. (Reprint of the 1946 edition) DLC


--- ---. New York: Kensington Pub. Corp, 1980. 432 p. (Reprint of the 1946 edition) NUtMY


Spagnulol, Mark M. Don S. Gentile, Soldier of God and Country. East Lansing, MI: College Press, 1986. 336 p. DLC


Speer, Frank E. The Debden War Birds: An Authenic Account of the Fourth Fighter Group in World War II. Bethlehem, PA: BR Anchor Pub., 1996. 224 p. DLC


---. The Debden Warbirds: The 4th Fighter Group in World War II. Atglen, PA: Schiffer Pub., 1999. 224 p. DLC


See also under Eagle Squadron.



5th BOMBARDMENT GP


5th Bomb Group. Paducah, KY: Turner Pub., 1999. DLC


The Story of the Fifth Bombardment Group (Heavy). The History of the Bomber Barons of the Thirteenth "Jungle" Air Force. . . Raleigh: Hillsborough House, 1946. 52 lvs. AFHRC


Johnsen, Frederick A. The Bomber Barons: The History of the 5th Bomber Group. Tacoma, WA: 1982. 28 p. AMAU



5th FERRY GP


5th Ferry Group, Love Field, Dallas, Texas. Baton Rouge: Army Navy Pub. Co., 194-? 112 p.



72 5th RECONNAISSANCE GP


See under 26th Tactical Reconnaissance Wing, 1945 title.



6th AIR DISARMAMENT GP (PROV)


Headquarters Squadron, Sixth Air Disarmament Group (Provisional), 1945. Nuremberg: Zerreiss & Co., 1945. 24 p.



6th BOMBARDMENT GP


Rice, W. M., editor. Pirate's Log: A Historical Record of the Sixth Bombardment Group. Manila: 2771st Engr. Base Reproduction Co., 1946. 71 p. NN



6th FERRYING GP


Sixth Ferrying Group, Long Beach, Calif., A.A.F., Air Transport Command, Ferrying Division. Baton Rouge: Army Navy Pub. Co., ca1944. 139 p. NN



7th BOMBARDMENT GP


Shoup, Forrest. The 7th Bomb Group (VH). . .Thirty Years of Peace and War, 1917-1947. Fort Worth Army Air Field: 1947. 15 lvs. Mimeo. NN


---. History of the 7th Bombardment Group (VH), Eighth Air Force, Carswell Air Force Base, Fort Worth, Texas, Second Edition, March 1948. . . Fort Worth, TX: ca1948. 16 lvs. Mimeo. DLC


See also under 7th Bombardment Wing.



7th RECONNAISSANCE GP


Mission Successful. APO 634: 1945. CoCA


Now It Can Be Told. The Photographic Story of the Seventh Photo Group "Eyes of the Eighth Air Force." N.p.: 7th Photo Group Assoc., 1984. 245 p. (Expanded reprint of the 1945 edition) CoCA


With the Eyes of the Seventh Photo Group. Now It Can Be Told. N.p.: ca1945 CoD


73 Keen, Patricia F. Eyes of the Eighth: A Story of the 7th Photographic Reconnaissance Group, 1942-45. Sun City, AZ: CAVU Pubs., 1996. 378 p.



8th AIR SERVICE GP


Fitch, Frederick A., Jr., editor. 8 Air Service Group, United States Army Air Forces, Pictorial History. Sydney: Simmons, 1945. 49 lvs. NN



8th FIGHTER GP


Littlefield, Robert M. Double Nickel, Double Trouble. Carmel, CA: R. M. Littlefield, 1993. 203 p. DLC


Stranway, John, and Lawrence J. Hickey. Attack and Conquer: The 8th Fighter Group in World War II. Atglen, PA: Schiffer Pub., 1995. 320 p. DLC



8th RECONNAISSANCE GP


8th Reconnaissance Group. Activities, January 1 through June 30, 1945. N.p.: 653rd Engr. Bn., ca1945. 16 lvs. PCarlMH



9th BOMBARDMENT GP


War Journal. Ninth Bombardment Group, United States Army Air Forces. N.p.: 947th Engr. Avn. Topo. Co., ca1945. 15 lvs.


Smith. Lawrence S., editor. History of the 9th Bombardment Group (VH); 1st, 5th, and 9th Squadrons: As a B-29 Superfortress Unit in World War II; In Training at McCook AAF, Nebraska and in combat as a unit of the 313th Bombardment Wing on Tinian Island in the Marianas under the XXI Bomber Command of the 20th Air Force, United State Army Air Forces. Princeton, NJ: 9th Bomb Group Assoc., 1995. 362 p. DLC



10th RECONNAISSANCE GP


Ivie, Thomas. Aerial Reconnaissance: 10th Photo Recon Group in World War II. Fallbrook, CA: Aero Pub., 1981. 208 p. AMAU


74 11th BOMBARDMENT GP


11th Bombardment Group (H), The Gray Geese. Pahucah, KY: Turner Pub., 1996. 128 p. DLC


. . .Pacific Counterblow, the 11th Bombardment Group and the 67th Fighter Squadron in the Battle of Guadalcanal. An Interim Report. Washington: Government Printing Office, 1945. 56 p. (Wings at War Series, no. 3) AMAU


Cleveland, W. M. Planes' Names: A Listing of the Planes' Names (and Serial Numbers, Where Known) for Combat Aircraft of the 11th Bombardment Group (H) From Hawaii Down the Pacific to the Solomon Islands, and From Guadalcanal to Okinawa in the Far Pacific. Portsmouth, NH: 11th Bombardment Group (H) Assn., 1977. 100 p. DLC


---. Grey Geese Calling: Pacific Air War History of the 11th Bombardment Group Heavy in the Pacific, 1940-1945. Askow, MN: American Pub. Co., 1981. 492 p. AMAU


--- ---. Portsmouth, NH: W. M. Cleveland, 1992. 492 p. DLC


Henderson, Dale A. Lest We Forget: The Grey Geese Remember; Recollections of Members of the 11 Bombardment Group (H) Association who were there Dec. 7, 1941. Seffner, FL: 11th


th


Bombardment Group Assoc., 1991. 113 p. DLC


Herold, Arthur K., and George E. Kurz. The Missing Bombardier: A True Story from the Island Hopping Campaigns of the 11th Bombardment Group. Chattanooga, TN: A. K. Harold, 1987. 31 p. DLC



12th BOMBARDMENT GP


Sexton, Winton K. We Fought for Freedom. Kansas City, MO: Burton Print. Co., 1948. 116 p. AMAU


Wilson, Robert E. The Earthquakers: Overseas History of the 12th Bomb Group. Tacoma, WA: Dammeier Print. Co., 1947. 147 p. AMAU



13th AIR DEPOT GP


Headquarters Squadron, Thirteenth Air Depot Group, Army Air Force. N.p.: 1944. 229 p.


75 14th FIGHTER GP


History of the Fourteenth Fighter Group. Winooski, VT: Anno Domini, 1954. 87 p.


Hess, William N. The Saga of the 14th Fighter Group. St. Paul, MN: Specialty Press, 1998. DLC



15th FIGHTER GP


Lambert, John C. The Long Campaign. The History of the 15th Fighter Group in World War II. Manhattan, KS: Sunflower Univ. Press, 1982. 186 p. AMAU



16th BOMBARDMENT GP


16th Bombardment Group History. N.p.: 947th Engr. Avn. Topo. Co., 1945. 55 p. CoCA



17th BOMBARDMENT GP


17th Bombardment Group. Paducah, KY: Turner Pub. Co., 1994. 112 p. DLC


Tannehill, Victor C. Daddy of Them All: 17th Bomb Group in WWII. Arvado, CO: Boomerang Pubs., 1990. 80 p. DLC



18th FIGHTER GP


Harris, Brooklyn. Bill: A Pilot=s Story. Macdoe, CA: B. Harris, 1995. 352 p. DLC



19th BOMBARDMENT GP


The History of the 19th Bombardment Group (VH). Union City, IN: 1947. 26 lvs. Mimeo. NN


Crawford, Wm., Jr. Gore and Glory: A Story of American Heroism. Philadelphia: David McKay Co., 1944. 192 p. PCarlMH


Janin, Covington. Mitsubishi Mission. San Francisco: Hooper Print. and Litho. Co., 1967. 34 p.


76 Mitchell, John. In Alis Vicimus, On Wings We Conquer. Springfield, MO: 1990. 201 p.


Parker, Van R. Dear Folks. Memphis, TN: Global Press, 1989. 288 p. PCarlMH


Taggart, William C., and Christopher Cross. My Fighting Congregation. New York: Doubleday, Doran & Co., 1943. 176 p. DLC



20th FERRYING GP


20th Ferrying Group, Ferrying Division, Air Transport Command, Municipal Airport, Nashville, Tennessee. N.p.: Benson Print. Co., n.d. 142 p. PCarlMH



20th FIGHTER GP


Ilfrey, Jack. Happy Jack's Go Buggy: A World War II Fighter Pilot's Personal Document. New York: Exposition Press, 1979. AMAU


MacKay, Ron. 20th Fighter Group. Carrollton, TX: Squadron/Signal Publications, 1995. 80 p. DLC


Steiner, Edward J., editor. King's Cliffe: The 20th Fighter Group and the 446th Air Service Group in the European Theatre of Operations. Long Island City: 1947. 273 p. NN


--- ---. N.p.: Twentieth Fighter Group Assoc., 1983. 283 p. (Reprint of the 1947 edition)



21st FERRYING GP


Twenty-first Ferrying Group, Army Air Field, Palm Springs, California, A.A.F. Air Transport Command, Ferrying Division. Baton Rouge: Army Navy Pub. Co., ca1943. 76 p. NN



22nd BOMBARDMENT GP


Brosius, J. W., Jr., editor. The Marauder: A Book of the 22nd Bomb Group. Sydney: Halstead Press, 1944. 120 p. DLC


Schroeder, Frederick A., editor. Ducimus "We Lead," 22nd Bomb Group. Daytona Beach, FL: Hall Pub. Co., 1985. 288 p.


77 See also under 22nd Bombardment Wing, 1954 title.



23rd FIGHTER GP


Three Years with the 23rd. APO 430: 1945. 12 p. Mimeo.


Lopez, Donald S. Into the Teeth of the Tiger. Washington: Smithsonian Institution Press, 1997. 272 p. DLC


Molesworth, Carl. Sharks Over China: The 23rd Fighter Group in World War II. Washington, DC: Brassey's (US), 1994. 256 p. DLC



24th PURSUIT GP


Narrative of the Activities of the 24th Pursuit Group in the Philippine Islands. N.p.: ca1942. 10 p. [12] lvs. Typescript.


Bartsch, William H. Doomed at the Start: American Pursuit Pilots in the Philippines, 1941- 1942. College Station, TX: Texas A & M Univ. Press, 1992. 503 p. DLC



25th AIR SERVICE GP


History of the 25th Air Service Group, Aug. 1940 to Sept. 1945. N.p.: 1945. Mimeo. NN


Narrative History of the 25th Air Service Group (58th Wing), Twentieth Air Force. Washington: ca1946. 13, 8, 7 p. NN



25th BOMBARDMENT GP


Sessler, George R. 25th Bomb Group, Reconnaissance Special, 1944-1945, Watton, England. Dallas, TX: Taylor Pub., 1996. 184 p.



27th AIR DEPOT GP


Miles, Charles T., editor. A History of the 27th Air Depot Group. . . Sydney: S. T. Leigh & Co., 1945. 96 lvs. NN


78 27th AIR TRANSPORT GP


Maguire, Jon A. Gooney Birds and Ferry Tales: The 27th Air Transport Group in World War II. Atglen, PA: Schiffer Pub., 1998. 353 p. DLC



29th AIR DEPOT GP


Jensen, Chester J. Palm Tree: A Historical Record of the 29th Air Service Group, 13th U.S. Army Air Force "The Jungle Air Force", 1941-1945. Grand Haven, MI: Franklin Print., 1983. 184 p. DLC



29th BOMBARDMENT GP


Combat Diary: 29th Bomb Group. Guam: 1945. 31 p.



30th AIR DEPOT GP


McBride, John P., and Joseph M. McLaughlin, researchers and editors. 30th Depot Repair Group, 1942-1945. Philadelphia: 1977. ca150 p. DLC



31st BOMBARDMENT GP


31st Bombardment Group. N.p.: 194-? CoCA



31st FIGHTER GP


Goebel, Robert J. Mustang Ace: Memoirs of a P-51 Fighter Pilot. Pacifica, CA: Pacifica Press, 1991. 228 p.


Kucera, Dennis C. In a Now Forgotten Sky: The History of the 31st Fighter Group in World War II. Stratford, CT: Flying Machines Press, 1997. 418 p. DLC


Lamensdorf, Rolland G. History of the 31st Fighter Group. Washington: Kaufman Press, 1952. 79 p. DLC


79 See also under 20th Fighter Group, 1979 title (Ilfrey)



33rd FERRYING GP


569th AAF Base Unit, 33rd Ferrying Group, Fairfax Field, Kansas City, Kansas. Baton Rouge: Army Navy Pub. Co., ca1943. 58 p. NN



33rd FIGHTER GP


Combat Digest, 33rd Fighter Group. N.p.: ca1945. 45 p.


Reed, James. The Fighting 33rd Nomads during World War II: A Diary of a Fighter Pilot with Photographs and other stories of the 33rd Fighter Group Personnel. Memphis, TN: Reed Pub., 1988. 2 vols. DLC



34th AIR DEPOT GP


Graham, Fred C., editor. Invito al Ricordi! Florence: 1945. 29 p. NN



34th BOMBARDMENT GP


The 34th Sees England. N.p.: ca1945.


McAllister, Walt. 34th Bombardment Group (H), 1941-1945. Paducah, KY: Turner Pub. Co., 1988. 128 p. DLC


Smith, Edwin S., Jr. The History of the Army Air Forces 34th Bombardment Group (H). 2nd Edition. San Angelo, TX: Newsfoto Pub. Co., 1947. 62 lvs. DLC


--- ---. Nashville, TN: Battery Press, 1981. 124 p. (Reprint of the 1947 edition) AMAU



38th BOMBARDMENT GP


Henry, John. A History of the 38th Bombardment Group (H), November 20, 1940-April 21, 1946. Manhattan, KS: Military Affairs/Aerospace Historian Pub., 1978. 48 p. DLC


Hickey, Lawrence J. Saga of the Sunsetters: The Illustrated History of the 38th Bombardment


80 Group during World War II. Boulder, CO: International and Research Corp., 1989. DLC



39th BOMBARDMENT GP


Palmer, Bernard. Dangerous Mission. Grand Rapids: Zoneran Pub. House, 1945. 58 p. DLC



40th BOMBARDMENT GP


40th Bombardment Group (VH) History. Paducah, KY: Turner Pub. Co., 1989. 112 p. DLC


Eustis, Lawrence B., editor. 40th Bombardment Group, a Pictorial Record of Events, Places and People in India, China and Tinian, from April, 1944, Through October, 1945. . . San Angelo, TX: Newsfoto Pub. Co., 1946. 141 lvs. AMAU


McGregor. Carter. The Kagu-Tsuchi Bomb Group. Wichita Falls, KS: Nortex Press, 1981. 226 p. TxWicM



41st BOMBARDMENT GP


Bywater, Murray A. B-25s, Target Kyushu: Recollections and the Island-hopping Battles of the 41st Bombardment Group (M), 7th Air Force, to make the first land-based B-25 Strike against the Japanese Mainland in World War II. Riverside, CA: B-25 Press, 1994. 298 p. DLC


Ellison, Lee E., and others, editors. The Forty First Service Record. The Purpose of This Book is To Recapture Once More, if Only For a Fleeting Moment, the Tears and Laughter, the Heartache and Fun of Over Two Years of Overseas Service. . . N.p.: 1945. 45 lvs.



42nd AIR DEPOT GP


History 42nd Air Depot Group, March-September 1945. N.p.: ca1945. 32, 55 p.



42nd BOMBARDMENT GP


The Crusaders: A History of the 42nd Bombardment Group (M). Baton Rouge: Army Navy Pictorial Pub. Co., 1946. 204 p. DLC


Smith, Paul T. The Pacific Crusaders. Reseda, CA: Mojave Books, 1980. 196 p. DLC


81 43rd BOMBARDMENT GP


Down Under Southwest Pacific Area. Sydney: Angus and Robertson, 1945. 47 lvs. AFHRC


See also under 19th Bomb Group, Crawford title.



44th AIR SERVICE GP


The 44th Air Service Group in India, 1944-1945. N.p.: 1945. 29 lvs. 11 p. PCarlMH



44th BOMBARDMENT GP


44th Bombardment Group: The Flying Eightballs. Paducah, KY: Turner Pub. Co., 1997. 112 p. DLC


44th Bomb Group Roll of Honor and Casualties. N.p.: 198-. 420 p.


Harvell, Ursel P. Jaws Over Europe, B-24 Bombers in World War II. Ellington, FL: Ursel Harvell, n.d. NMxB


---. Liberators Over Europe, 44th Bomb Group. San Angelo, TX: Newsfoto Pub. Co., 1946. 91 lvs. DLC


Schuyler, Keith C. Elusive Horizons. New York: A. S. Barnes, 1969. 176 p. DLC



47th BOMBARDMENT GP


47th Bombardment Group (L). Paducah, KY: Turner Pub. Co., 1996. 104 p. DLC



49th FIGHTER GP


Ferguson, S. W., William K. Pascals. Protect & Avenge: The 49th Fighter Group in World War II. Atglen, PA: Schiffer Pub., 1996. 360 p. DLC


Kenney, George C. Dick Bong: Ace of Aces. New York: Duell, Sloan & Pearce, 1960. 166 p. DLC


82 --- ---. Washington: Zenger Pub. Co., 1980. 123 p. (Reprint of the 1960 edition) OYU


McDowell, Ernest R. 49th Fighter Group. Carrollton, TX: Squadron/Signal Pub., 1989. 64 p. DLC


Wright, Thomas W. To the Far Pacific , 1942-1944, with the 49th Fighter Group: Based on a Diary and a Collection of Reports and Papers. St. Louis, MO: T. W. Wright, 1993. 75 p. [50] leaves of plates. DLC



51st FIGHTER GP


Phillips, Bob. KC8 Burma: CBI Air Warning Team, 1941-1942. Manhattan, KS: Sunflower Univ. Press, 1992. 194 p. DLC



52nd FIGHTER GP


History of the 52nd Fighter Group. Suffolk County A.F.B., NY: 52nd Fighter Group, 1958. 20 lvs.



54th AIR SERVICE GP


Bondurant, John P. The 54th Air Service Group, 1943-1945: An Historical Compilation. Athens: 1976. 529 p. AMAU



54th FIGHTER GP


Murray, Robert H. The Only Way Home. Waycross, GA: Brantley Print. Co., 1986. 159 p.



55th FIGHTER GP


Peter Eighty Comes to E.T. Wiesbaden, Ger.: Paul Knoelber, 1946. 44 p.


Gray, John M. The 55th Fighter Group vs. the Luftwaffe. North Branch, MN.: Specialty Press, 1998. 142 p. DLC


Littlefield, Robert M. Double Nickel - Double Trouble: KIAs, MIAs, POWs, and Evaders of the


83 55th Fighter Group, 8th AF in WWII. Carmel, CA: R. M. Littlefield, 1993. 203 p. DLC



56th FIGHTER GP


Bylander, John E. First USAF Jet Flight to Europe, July 1948. N.p.: ca1948.


Davis, Albert H., II, and others, editors. The 56th Fighter Group in World War II. Washington: Infantry Journal Press, 1948. 222 p. DLC


Davis, Larry. 56th Fighter Group. Carrollton, TX: Squadron/Signal Pub., 1991. 64 p. DLC


Hess, William N. Zemke=s Wolfpack: The 56th Fighter Group in World War II. Stillwater, MN: Motorbooks International, 1992. 192 p. DLC


Johnson, Robert S., and Martin Caidin. Thunderbolt. New York: Reinhart & Co., 1958. 305 p. AMAU


Mahurin, Walker. Honest John: Autobiography of Walker M. Mahurin. New York: G.P. Putnam's Sons, 1962. 313 p. DLC


McLaren, David R. Beware the Thunderbolt! The 56th Fighter Group in World War II. Atglen, PA: Schiffer Pub., 1994. 208 p. DLC


Zemke, Hub, as told to Roger A. Freeman. Zemke's Wolf Pack: The Story of Hub Zemke and the 56th Fighter Group in the Skies over Europe. New York: Orion Books, 1988. 256 p. DLC



57th FIGHTER GP


A Photographic History of the Famed 57th Fighter Group, United States Army Air Forces. N.p.: n.d. CoD


Dodds, Wayne S. The Fabulous 57th Fighter Group of World War II, Alias America's Flying Circus, Alias the Gang. Marceline, MO: Walsworth, 1985. 181 p. DLC



58th FIGHTER GP


Memoirs of the 58th Fighter Group. . . N.p.: 1945. 250 lvs. CoCA


Kupferer, Anthony J. No Glamour...No Glory! The Story of the 58th Fighter Group in World


84 War II. Dallas: Taylor Pub. Co., 1989. 320 p. DLC



61st TROOP CARRIER GP


Nomads Story. A History of the Wanderings of the 61st Troop Carrier Group, Heavy, From World War II Through the Anniversary of the Korean Conflict. 1941-1951. "Airlift Experts of the World" Berlin Airlift, 1948-1949; North Pacific Airlift, USA-Japan 1950; Korean Airlift 1951. N.p.: ca1951. 48 p. AFHRC



66th TAC RECONNAISSANCE GP


66th Tactical Reconnaissance Group. Sembach, Germany: 1957. 140 p. CoCA



74th AIR SERVICE GP


See under 390th Service Squadron.



78th FIGHTER GP


Duxford Diary, 1942-1945. . . Cambridge, England: W. Heffer & Sons, ca1945. 151 p. AMAU


---. Hertfordshire: 1975. ca150 p. (Reprint of the 1945 edition) ArStC


Fry, Garry L. Eagles of Duxford: The 78th Fighter Group in World War II. St. Paul, MN: Phalanx Pub., 1991. 140 p. DLC



79th FIGHTER GP


Lind, Ragnar G., editor. The Falcon; Combat History of the 79th Fighter Group, United States Army Air Forces, 1942-1945. Munich: F. Bruckmann, 1946. 286 p. DLC


C. Supplement to "The Falcon" (an Unofficial Publication). Roll Call. Address Roster of the Men Who Were With the 79th Fighter Group, U.S.A.A.F. From Activation (1942) To V-J Day (1945). N.p.: ca1945. 7 p. NN


Woerpel, Don. A Hostile Sky: The Mediterranean Air War of the 79th Fighter Group. Marshall, WI: Andon Press, 1977. 260 p. DLC


85 80th FIGHTER GP


Breed, Warren, editor. Burma Banshee Combat Book. Calcutta: 1945. 64 p.



81st AIR DEPOT GP


There Will Always Be an 81st. Brisbane: W. R. Smith and Paterson Pty., 1943. 171 p.


Wiesenfeld, W., editor. 81st Air Depot Group, 1943-1944. Sydney: S.T. Leigh and Co., 1944. 204 p. DLC



82nd FIGHTER GP


82nd Fighter Group. 1949. New York: Robert W. Kelly Pub. Co., 1949. 115 p.


Blake, Steven. Adorimini: "Up and At 'Em." A History of the 82nd Fighter Group in World War II. Boise, ID: Walsworth Pub. Co., 1992. 297 p.



83rd FIGHTER GP


83rd Fighter Group. N.p.: 194-? CoCA



86th FIGHTER GP


Colgan, Bill. World War II Fighter Bomber Pilot. 1st Edition. Blue Ridge Summit, PA: Tab Books, 1985. 209 p. DLC


--- ---. 2nd Edition. Manhattan, KS: Sunflower Univ. Press, 1988. 209 p. DLC



90th BOMBARDMENT GP


Legacy of the 90th Bombardment Group. "The Jolly Rogers." Paducah, KY: Turner Pub. Co., 1994. 144 p. DLC


C. 2nd Edition. Paducah, KY: Turner Pub. Co., 1997.


86 Alcorn, John. S. The Jolly Rogers: History of the 90th Bomb Group During World War II. Temple City, CA: Historical Aviation Album, 1981. 212 p. DLC


Cundiff, Michael J. Ten Knights in a Bar Room: Missing in Action in the Southwest Pacific, 1943. Ames, IA: Iowa State State Univ. Press, 1990. 118 p. DLC


Lord, Andrew M. Tales of the Jolly Rogers. Auburn, GA: A. M. Lord, 1985. 325 p.


Segal, Jules F., and others, editors. The Best Damn Heavy Bomber Unit in the World, the Jolly Rogers, Southwest Pacific, 1942-1944. Sydney: John Sands, 1944. 112 p. DLC


---, editor. The Jolly Rogers: The 90th Bombardment Group in the Southwest Pacific, 1942- 1944. Atglen, PA: Schiffer Pub., 1997. 112 p. DLC



91st BOMBARDMENT GP


Birdsong, G. P., Jr. Stormy Weather: A B-17, The Royal Air Force Affairs and Delta Rebel No. 2; a Trilogy. Dublin, CA: Hambleden, 1988. 255 p.


Bowden, Ray. Plane Names & Fancy Noses. Volume 1: The 91st Bomb Group (Heavy), United States Army Air Force, Bassingbourne, England, 1942-1945. London: Design Oracle Partnership, 1993. 288 p.


Duerkson, Menno. The Memphis Bell: Home at Last. Memphis, TN: Castle Books, 1987. 334 [8] p. AMAU


Havelaar, Marion H., with William N. Hess. The Ragged Irregulars of Bassingbourn: The 91st Bombardment Group in World War II. Atglen, PA: Schiffer Military/Aviation History, 1995. 288 p. DLC


Patterson, Dan and George Meerva. Shoo Shoo Baby: A Lucky Lady of the Sky. Dayton, OH: Patterson Productions, 1988.


Stiles, Bert. Serenade to the Big Birds. London: 1947. 160 p. AMAU


--- ---. New York: Bantam Books, 1984. 206 p. (Reprint of the 1947 edition) KFlGs



92nd BOMBARDMENT GP


92nd Bombardment Group, "Famed Favored Few." Paducah, KY: Turner Pub. Co., 1997. 184


87 p. DLC


Koger, Fred. Countdown: 35 Daylight Missions Against Nazi Germany. Chapel Hill, NC: Algonquin Books of Chapel Hill, 1990. 183 p. DLC


Sloan, John S. The Route as Briefed. The History of the 92nd Bombardment Group, USAAF, 1942-1945. Cleveland, OH: Argus Press, 1946. 320 p. AMAU


--- ---. St. Louis: S. Wilson, 1976. 320 p. (Reprint of the 1946 edition) CoCA



93rd BOMBARDMENT GP


The Story of the 93rd Bomb Group. San Angelo, TX: Newsfoto Pub. Co., 1946. 46 lvs. NN


Stewart, Carroll. Ted's Traveling Circus: 93rd Bombardment Group (H), United States Army Air Force, World War II. Lincoln, NE: Sun/World Communications, 1996. 582 p. DLC


Worthen, Frederick D. Against All Odds: Surviving World War II. Santa Barbara: Fithian Press, 1996. 192 p. DLC



94th BOMBARDMENT GP


Slater, Harry E. Lingering Contrails of the Big Square: A History of the 94th Bomb Group (H), 1942-1945. Murfreesboro, TN: Slater, 1980. 378 p. CoCA



95th BOMBARDMENT GP


Andrews, Paul M. Operational Record of the 95th Bomb Group World War II. Bellevue, WA: 95th Bomb Group (H) Assoc., 1990. 102 p.


Dwyer, John P., editor. The 95th Bombardment Group H, United States Army Air Forces. . . Cincinnati: A. H. Pugh Print. Co., 1945. 125 lvs. DLC


Fletcher, Eugene. Fletcher's Gang: A B-17 Crew in Europe, 1944-45. Seattle, WA: Univ. of Washington Press, 1988. 284 p. DLC


---. The Lucky Bastard Club: A B-17 Pilot in Training and Combat, 1943-1945. Seattle, WA: Univ. of Washington Press, 1992. 505 p. DLC


88 Hawkins, Dan. B-17's Over Berlin: Personal Stories from the 95th Bomb Group (H). Washington: Brassey's (US), 1990. 310 p. DLC


---. Courage, Honor, Victory: A First Person History of the 95th Bomb Group (H). Bellevue, WA: 95th Bomb Group (H) Assoc., 1987. 2 vols.


Henderson, David B., editor. The 95th Bombardment Group H. N.p.: Privately Printed, 194?.



96th BOMBARDMENT GP


Doherty, Robert E., and Geoffrey D. Ward. Snetterton Falcons: The 96th Bomb Group in World War II. Dallas, TX: Taylor Pub. Co., 1989. 304 p. DLC


--- ---. 2nd Edition. Dallas, TX: Taylor Pub., 1996. 328 p. DLC


Novey, Jack. A Cold Blue Sky: A B-17 Gunner in World War II. Charlottesville, VA: Howell Press, 1997. 183 p. DLC



97th BOMBARDMENT GP


400 Missions. Italy: Public Relations Dept., 1945. [16] p. DLC


Gulley, Thomas F., and others. The Hour has Come: The Bomb Group in World War II. Dallas, TX: Taylor Pub. Co., 1993. 256 p. DLC


Hicks, Walter E. The 97th Bombardment Group, World War II. Ann Arbor, MI: University Microfilms, 1985. 298 lvs. DLC


Owen, John H., Jr. . . .August 27, 1918-January 12, 1943. n.p.(Boston?): 1948. 24 p.



98th BOMBARDMENT GP


Forces for Freedom. [History of 98th Bomb Group]. N.p.: ca1945.


Forces for Freedom: The Legacy of the 98th. Padacuh, KY: Turner Pub., 1990. 2 vols. DLC


Adlen, Robert N. In the Lion's Mouth: Diary of a WWII Aviator. Canoga Park, CA: Emis Pub. Co., 1987. 142 p.


89 Baroni, George, editor. The Pyramiders: The Story of the 98th: From Palestine Through Italy. N.p.: Intercollegiate Press, 1978. 300 p. AMAU


Chapman, Willie. Booster McKeester and Other Expendables, 98th Heavy Bombardment Group, Ninth Air Force, Middle East Theater, 1943-1943. Collierville, TN: Global Press, 1994. 202 p.


Hill, Michael. The Desert Rats: The 98th Bomb Group and the August 1943 Ploesti Raid. Missoula, MT: Pictorial Histories Pub. Co., 1990. 120 p. DLC



99th BOMBARDMENT GP


99th Bomb Group. Paducah, KY: Turner Pub., 1996. DLC


Bruno, James F. Beyond Fighter Escort. A Vivid Untold Diary of the 99th Heavy Bomber Group Stationed in North Africa and Italy. Milwaukee, WS: Cook, 1995. 252 p. DLC



100th BOMBARDMENT GP


100 Missions. San Angelo, TX: Newsfoto Pub. Co., 1946. 222 p.


Bennett, John M., Jr. Letters From England. San Antonio, TX: 1945. 132 p. DLC


Brown, James R. Combat Record of the Original 100th Bombardment Group (H), "The Bloody Hundredth." N.p.: Privately Printed, 1983.


Callahan, John F., editor. Contrails: My War Record, a History of World War Two as Recorded at U.S. Army Air Force Station #139, Thorpe Abbotts, Near Diss, County of Norfolk, England. New York: J. E. Callahan Associates, 1947. 284 p. [8] p. DLC


Crosby, Harry H. A Wing and a Prayer: The "Bloody 100th" Bomb Group of the Eighth Air Force Over Europe in World War II. New York: Harper Collins Pubs., 1993. 336 p. DLC


Harper, C. B. (Red). With the Mighty Eighth and the Fifteenth Air Forces in World War II. Adamsville, AL: Action Print., 1998. 233 p.


LeStrange, Richard, assisted by James Brown. Century Bombers: Story of the Bloody Hundred. Norfolk, England: 100th Bomb Group Memorial Museum, 1989. 242 p.


Nilsson, John R. The Story of the Century. Beverly Hills, CA: 1946. 222 p. DLC


90 Varian, Horace L. The Bloody Hundredth: Missions and Memoirs of a Bomb Group. Newton, MA: The Author, 1979. 182 p.



104th TAC FIGHTER GP


104th Tactical Fighter Group, Twentieth Anniversary, 1947-1967. Boston: 1967. 103 p.


104th Tactical Fighter Group, Special Edition, 1947-1987, 40th Anniversary. N.p.: 1987. 144 p.



109th TAC AIRLIFT GP


Pezze, Frank P., editor. 109th Tactical Airlift Group, 25th Anniversary, 1948-1973. N.p.: 1973. 176 p. DNGuA



110th TAC AIR SUPPORT GP


Future Minus 25. History of the Battle Creek Air National Guard. 16 September 1947-16 September 1972. N.p.: ca1972. 56 p.



114th FIGHTER GP


South Dakota Air National Guard, 114th Fighter Group, 1946-1966. Foss Field, Sioux Falls, SD: HQ, 114th Fighter Group, 1966.



130th TAC AIRLIFT GP


Smith, Jack H. West Virginia Air Power: A Pictorial History of the 130th and 167th Tactical Airlift Groups. Charleston, WV: Pictorial Histories Pub. Co., 1992. 74 p. DLC



138th TAC FIGHTER GP


Housley, J. W., editor. Sooners on Guard: Oklahoma Air National Guard, 138th Tactical Fighter Group. N.p.: 1985. 110 p.



91 148th FIGHTER-INTERCEPTOR GP


20th Anniversary of the Minnesota Air National Guard, 1948-1968, Duluth, 148th Fighter Group. N.p.: 1968. 120 p.


25th Anniversary, 148th Fighter Interceptor Group. Minn. A N G, 1948-1973. N.p.: 1973. 4 lvs.


30th Anniversary, 148th Fighter Group. Minnesota Air National Guard, Duluth, Minnesota. N.p.: Paragon Yearbook, 1978. 87 p.


45th Anniversary, A Commemorative History of the 148th Fighter Group, Minnesota Air National Guard, 1948-1993. Minnesota: 148th Fighter Group, 1993. 160 p. DLC



150th TAC FIGHTER GP


New Mexico Air National Guard. 25th Anniversary. 150th Tactical Fighter Group, 1947- Silver Anniversary-1972. Albuquerque, NM: ca1972.



155th TAC CONTROL GP


155th Tactical Control Group, Donaldson Air Force Base, 1952. Baton Rouge: Army Navy Pub. Co., ca1952. NN



157th TAC AIRLIFT GP


25th Anniversary. The History of the 157th Tactical Airlift Group, Pease Air Force Base, the New Hampshire Air National Guard. Concord, NH: Village Press, ca1972. 28 p. DNGuA



158th FIGHTER GP


158th Fighter Group: Jet Age Minutemen. Burlington, VT(?): ca1969. 28 p.



162nd TAC FIGHTER GP


162 Tactical Fighter Group, 25th Anniversary, 1956-1981. N.p.: Tucson Air National Guard, ca1981. 112 p.


92 165th TAC AIRLIFT GP


Shearhouse, Corley. 165th Tactical Airlift Group History, Georgia Air National Guard. Dallas, TX: Taylor Pub. Co., 1984. 160 p.



167th TAC AIRLIFT GP


See under 130th Tactical Airlift Group, Smith.



170th AIR REFUELING GP


Global Readiness, the Story of the 170th Air Refueling Group, 1956-1986. N.p.: ca1986. 128 p.



173rd TAC AIRLIFT GP


Mason, Bob, editor. 172nd Tactical Airlift Group, 30th Anniversary. N.p.: ca1984. 107 p.



174th TAC FIGHTER GP


174th Tactical Fighter Group, 30th Anniversary, 1947-1977. N.p.: ca1977. 78 p.


Palmer, Richard F. The Boys From Syracuse, 1947-1982. N.p.: ca1982. 40 p. Mimeo.



181st TAC FIGHTER GP


A History, 181st Tactical Fighter Group, 1921-1986. N.p.: Indiana Air National Guard, ca1987. 172 p.



183rd TAC FIGHTER GP


25th Anniversary. 183d Tactical Fighter Group, Illinois Air National Guard. N.p.: ca1973. 16 lvs. DAFH


93 35th Anniversary, Special Commemorative Issue. Springfield Air Guard, 183d Tactical Fighter Group, 1948-1983. N.p.: ca1983. 20 lvs. DAFH



186th TAC RECONNAISSANCE GP


Stephens, Edward L., editor. 186th Tactical Reconnaissance Group, 35th Anniversary, 1939- 1974. N.p.: Mississippi Air National Guard, ca1975. 104 p.



188th TAC FIGHTER GP


188th Tactical Fighter Group, Arkansas Flying Razorbacks, 1953-1985. N.p.: ca1985. 96 p.



192nd TAC FIGHTER GP


Kelleher, Edward M. Virginia's Top Gun: A Pictorial of the 192nd Tactical Fighter Group, State Headquarters, 200th Weather Flight, 203rd Red Horse CE. Richmond, VA: Fine Books Division, Byrd Press, 1991. 136 p. DLC



301st BOMBARDMENT GP


Muirhead, John. Those Who Fall. New York: Random House, 1986. 258 p. DLC


Werrell, Kenneth P. "Who Fears." The 301st in War and Peace, 1942-1979. Dallas, TX: Taylor Pub. Co., 1991. 287 p. DLC



303rd BOMBARDMENT GP


Ethell, Jeff. Cowboys and Indians: The Story of Keith Ferris's B-17 Mural. Alexandria, VA: Graphically Speaking, 1977.


Flemming, Samuel P., as told to Ed Y. Young. Flying with the Hell's Angels. Spartanburg, SC: Honoribus Press, 1991. 126 p.


Freeny, William A., editor. The First 300 Hell's Angels, 303rd Bombardment Group (H), United States Army Air Forces. London: B. T. Batsford, 1944. 31 p. DLC


Gobrecht, Harry D. Might in Flight: Daily Diary of the Eighth Air Force's Hell's Angels 303rd


94 Bombardment Group (H). San Clemente, CA: 303rd Bombardment Group (H) Assn., ca1993. 920 p. DLC


--- ---. 2nd Edition. San Clemente, CA: 303rd Bombardment Group Assn., 1997. 920 p. DLC


O'Neill, Brian D. Half a Wing, Three Engines and a Prayer. B-17s Over Germany. Blue Ridge Summit, PA: Aero, 1989. 304 p. DLC


Rawlings, Barney. Off We Went: Into the Wild Blue Yonder: The Story of a Flying Fortress Crew in World War II. Washington, NC: Morgan Printers, 1994. 260 p. DLC


Smith, Ben, Jr. Chick's Crew: A Tale of the Eighth Air Force. World War II. Waycross, GA: The Author, 1978. 147 p.



305th BOMBARDMENT GP


305th Bomb Group. ACan Do.@ Paducah, KY: Turner Pub., 1998. DLC


Craven, John V., editor. The 305th Bomb Group in Action: An Anthology. Burlington, VT: Queen City Printers, 1990. 348 p. DLC


Kuhl, George C. Wrong Place, Wrong Time: The 305th Bomb Group & the 2nd Schweinfurt Raid, October 14, 1943. Atglen, PA: Schiffer Publications, 1993. 240 p. DLC


Morrison, Wilbur H. The Incredible 305th: The "Can Do" Bombers of World War II. New York: Duell, Sloan & Pearce, 1962. 181 p. AMAU


--- ---. New York: Berkley Pub. Group, 1984. 195 p. (Reprint of the 1962 edition) PCarlMH


Thom, Walter W. Brotherhood of Courage, the History of the 305th Bombardment Group (H) in WWII. New York: Martin Cook Assocs., 1986. 246 p.



306th BOMBARDMENT GP


306th Bombardment Group. History in Review, 1942-1982. RAF Mildendall, England. N.p.: ca1982. 49 p. AFHRC


Bove, Arthur P. First Over Germany: A Story of the 306th Bombardment Group. San Angelo, TX: Newsfoto Pub. Co., 1946. 74 lvs. NN


95 --- ---. Nashville, TN: Battery Press, 1980. 138 p. (Reprint of the 1946 edition) PCarlMH


Strong, Russell A. First Over Germany: A History of the 306th Bombardment Group. Winston- Salem, NC: Hunter Pub. Co., 1982. 328 p. [24 p.] DLC



307th BOMBARDMENT GP


Boeman, John. Morotai: A Memoir of War. Garden City, New York: Doubleday and Co., 1981. 278 p. DLC


Britt, Sam S. The Long Rangers: A Diary of the 307th Bombardment Group. Spartanburg, SC: Reprint Co., 1990. DLC


Harvey, Gordon K., and Eugene K. Hamilton, editors. We'll Say Goodbye; Story of the 307th Bombardment Group (Hv), 13th Army Air Force, South and Southwest Pacific. Sydney: F. H. Johnston Pub. Co., 1945. 56 lvs. DLC


--- ---. Australia: 1991. (Reprint)


Walker, Samuel I. Up the Slot: History of the 307th B. G. (H). Oklahoma City: Walker Publisher, 1984. 292 p. DLC



308th BOMBARDMENT GP


Foster, John T. China and Up and Down: The 308th Bombardment Group (Heavy) of the Flying Tigers, the Men, the B-24s, and the Events from 1943 to 1945. Keene, NH: J. T. Foster, 1994. 209 p. DLC


Glines, Carroll V. Chennault's Forgotten Warriors: The Saga of the 308th Bomb Group in China. Atglen, PA: Schiffer Publications, 1995. 343 p. DLC



310th BOMBARDMENT GP


Hair, Charles A. The Saga of the '54 - and More; The Story of the 310th Bombardment Group (M). Anaheim, CA: Robinson Typographics, 1987. 210 p.



312th BOMBARDMENT GP


96 Claringbould, Michael. Pride of the Fifth: An Illustrated History of the 312th Bombardment Group during World War II. Boulder, CO: International and Research Corp., 1989. DLC


Sturzebecker, Russell L. The Roarin' 20's: A History of the 312th Bombardment Group. U.S. Army Air Force, World War II. West Chester, PA: KNA Press, 1976. 301 p. AMAU



315th TROOP CARRIER GP


Brinson, W. L. Three One Five Group: An Account of the Activities of the 315th Troop Carrier Group, United States Army Air Forces, 1942-1945. Lakemont, GA: Copple House Books, 1984. 112 p. DLC



316th TROOP CARRIER GP


316th Troop Carrier Group. San Angelo, TX: Newsfoto Pub. Co., 1946. 68 lvs.



318th FIGHTER GP


Highlights from the History of the 318th Fighter Group. Ie Shima: 1945. 15 p. Mimeo. AFHRC



319th BOMBARDMENT GP


Bombs on the Target, 319th Bomb Group Operational History. [Okinawa]: 948th Engr. Avn. Topo. Co., 1945. 130 p. NN


Osyter, E. M. and H. E., editors. The 319th in Action. Akron: Burch Directory Co., 1976. 296 p. AFHRC


Records of the 319th Bombardment Group as Recorded by William B. Monroe and Others. N.p.: Oyster, 1976. 301 p. DLC


Tannehill, Victor C. The Big Tailed Birds: Story of the 319th Bomb Group in WWII. Arvada, CO: Boomerang Pubs., 1991. 80 p. DLC



320th BOMBARDMENT GP


97 O'Mahony, Charles. Blue Battlefields. Usk, WA: Aviation UGK, 1994. 154 p.


Tannehill, Victor C. Boomerang! Story of the 320th Bombardment Group in World War II. Racine, WI: Tannehill, 1978. 305 p. AMAU


---. Saga of the 320th: A B-26 Marauder Group in World War II. Arvada, CO: Boomerang Pubs., 1984. 78 p. DLC



321st BOMBARDMENT GP


Holloway, M. T., and John L. McNevin, editors. 321st Bomb Group Headlines, 15 March 1943- 15 March 1945. Italy: 1945. CoCA



323rd BOMBARDMENT GP


323rd Bomb Group (M) AAF Strikes. N.p.: 1945. 68 lvs. NN


Harlan, Ross E. Strikes. N.p.: 1945. 45 lvs. NN


---. Strikes: 323 Bomb Group (M) AAF. Oklahoma City: 1990. 153 p. (Expanded reprint of 1945 edition)


Moench, John O. Marauder Men: An Account of the Martin B-26 Marauder: A Story of the B- 26 Marauder and the Men who Flew and Supported It, a Special Account of the 323rd Bombardment Group of the Eighth and Ninth Air Forces in Europe. Longwood, FL: Malia Enterprises, 1989. 480 p. DLC



324th FIGHTER GP


Gatling, William D. Critical Points. Ahoskie, NC: Pierce Print. Co., 1997. 89 p. DLC


Ziervogel, Frederick H., editor. The Odyssey of the 324th Fighter Group. Paris: Printel, 1945. 52 lvs. AFHRC



325th FIGHTER GP


Green, Herky. Herky! The Memories of a Checkertail Ace. Atglen, PA: Schiffer Publications, 1996. 192 p. DLC


98 McDowell, Ernest R. Checkertails: The 325th Fighter Group in the Second World War. Carrolton, TX: Squadron/ Signal Publications, 1994. 80 p. DLC


McDowell, Ernest R., and William N. Hess. Checkertail Clan: The 325th Fighter Group in North Africa & Italy. N.p.: Aero Pub. Co., 1969. 98 p. DLC



326th AIR SERVICE GP


Ames, Arthur C., editor. They Kept 'em Flying, Team "B," 326th Air Service Group, a Pictorial History of the Unsung Heroes Who Kept 'em Flying in World War II. Los Angeles: Wetzel Pub. Co., ca1946. 137 p. DLC



330th BOMBARDMENT GP


330th Bomb Group Digest. N.p.: 947th Engr. Avn. Topo. Co., 1946.



331st BOMBARDMENT GP


The 331st Bombardment Group (VH) from Activation until V-J Day. Guam: 947th Engr. Avn. Co., ca1945. 14 lvs.



332nd AIR SERVICE GP


Pictorial Review, 332 Air Service Group, North Africa, Sicily, Italy, France. Florence, Italy: 1945.



332nd FIGHTER GP


Cooper, Charlie & Ann. Tuskegee=s Heros: Featuring the Aviation Art of Roy LaGrone. Oscela, WS: Motorbooks International Pubs., 1996. 156 p. DLC .


Harris, Jacqueline L. The Tuskegee Airmen: Black Heroes of World War II. Parsippany, NJ: Dillon Press, 1996. 144 p. [juvenile] DLC


Rose, Robert. Lonely Eagles: The Story of America's Black Air Force in World War II. Los Angeles: Tuskesee Airmen, Western Region, 1976. 160 p.


99 339th FIGHTER GP


Harry, G. P., editor. 339th Fighter Group. Padacuh, KY: Turner Pub., 1991. 256 p. DLC


--- ---. Paducah, KY: Turner Pub., 1997.



340th AIR REFUELING GP


340th Air Refueling Group (SAC), Altus AFB, Okla. N.p.: 1981. [33] p.



341st BOMBARDMENT GP


Claire, Thomas H. Lookin' Eastward. A GI to Salaam to India. New York: 1945. 321 p.



344th BOMBARDMENT GP


Austin, Lambert D., editor. 344th Bomb Group (M) "Silver Streaks" History and Remembrances, World War II. St Petersburg, FL: Southern Heritage Press, 1996. 358 p.


Moore, Carl H. Flying the B-26 Marauder Over Europe. Blue Ridge Summit, PA: Tab Books, 1980. 176 p. AMAU



345th BOMBARDMENT GP


Gunfight at Rabaul. The True Story of an Unescorted Raid by B-25 Strafers of the 345th Bomb Group on the Japanese Stronghold of the South Pacific at Rabaul, New Britain on October 18, 1943. Birmingham, AL: Cather Pub. Co., 1974. 37 p. AAP


Warpath: A Story of the 345th Bombardment Group (M), "the Air Apaches," in World War II. Atglen, PA: Schiffer Pub., 1997. 299 p. DLC


Blount, R. E. Preppy. We Band of Brothers. Austin, TX: Eakin Press, 1984. 393 p. CtMan


Hanna, John C., and William R. Witherell, editors. Warpath [of the] Air Apaches: The Story of the 345th Bombardment Group in World War II. San Angelo, TX: Newsfoto Pub. Co., 1946. 277 p. [22] p. AMAU


100 Hickey, Lawrence J. Warpath Across the Pacific: The Illustrated History of the 345th Bombardment Group During World War II. Boulder, CO: International Pub. Corp., 1984. 448 p. DLC


--- ---. 3rd Edition. Boulder, CO: International and Research Corp., 1989. 304 p. DLC



346th BOMBARDMENT GP


Smallwood, J. W. Tomlin's Crew: A Bombardier's Story. Manhattan, KS: Sunflower Univ. Press, 1992. 260 p. DLC



347th FIGHTER GP


Ferguson, Robert L. Guadalcanal, The Island of Fire. Reflections of the 347th Fighter Group. Blue Ridge Summit, PA: Aero Pub., 1987. 256 p. DLC


Gaskill, William H. Fighter Pilot: World War II in the Pacific. Manhattan, KS: Sunflower Univ. Press, 1997. 186 p. DLC


Orr, J. Edwin. I Saw No Tears: Blood, Toil and Sweat, from Jungles of New Guinea to the Ruins of Tokyo. London: Marshall, Morgan & Scott, Ltd., 1948. 128 p. IWW



348th FIGHTER GP


Stanaway, John. Kearby's Thunderbolts: A History of the 348th Fighter Group. St. Paul, MN: Phalanx Pub. Co., 1992. 108 p. DLC


---. Kearby=s Thunderbolts: The 348th Fighter Group in World War II. Atglen, PA: Schiffer Pub., 1997. 220 p. DLC


Wyper, W. W. Youngest Tigers in the Sky. Calif.: The Author, 1980. 191 p. DLC



349th TROOP CARRIER GP


Sandlin, Judson F., editor. History of the Three Hundred Forty-ninth Troop Carrier Group. Ashland, OH: Bookcrafters, 1995.



101 350th FIGHTER GP


The 350th Fighter Group in the Mediterranean Campaign, 2 November 1942 to 2 May 1945. Milano: Pizzi e Pizio, 1945. 41 lvs. AFHRC


The 350th Fighter Group in World War II. Atglen, PA: Schiffer Pub. Co., 1997. 80 p. (Reprint of 1945 edition) DLC



351st BOMBARDMENT GP


Harbour, Kenn, and Peter J. Harris. A Chronicle of the 351st Bomb Group (H). St. Petersburg, FL: Byron Kennedy and Co., 1980. 97 p. [24] lvs. DLC


---. 351: A Chronicle of the 351st Bomb Group (H), 1942-1945. St. Petersburg, FL: B. Kennedy, 1985.


Smith, Donald W. The Flying Experiences of Don Smith and the Crew of the Flying Fortress "The Queen of the Ball." N.p.: Privately Printed, 1984.



352nd FIGHTER GP


Barlow, S. F., editor. 352nd Fighter Group, "Second to None. . ." N.p.: ca1945. 12 lvs. NN


Noah, Joseph W. Wing's God Gave My Soul. The Story of George E. Preddy, Jr., American Fighter Pilot, WWII. Alexandria, VA: Charles Baptie Studios, 1974. 209 p. DLC


--- ---. Oscela, WI: Motorbooks, Ltd, 1991. 1912 p. DLC


Powell, Robert H., Jr., and Thomas Ivie. The Bluenose Bastards of Bodney: A Commemorative History. Dallas: Taylor Pub. Co., 1990. 292 p. DLC



353rd FIGHTER GP


353rd Fighter Group, Two Years in England. England: Privately Printed by 353rd Ftr. Group, 1945. 4 lvs.


Rust, Kenn C., and William N. Hess. The Slybird Group: The 353rd Fighter Group on Escort and Ground Attack Operations. Fallbrook, CA: Aero Pub., 1968. 95 p. AMAU


102 354th FIGHTER GP


354th Fighter Group. N.p.: ca194-? CoCA


Brown, Arthur F., editor. History in the Sky, 354th Pioneer Mustang Fighter Group. San Angelo, TX: Newsfoto Pub. Co., ca1946. 166 lvs. DLC


Morris, Danny. Aces and Wingmen. Men, Machines and Units of the United States Army Air Forces, Eighth Fighter Command and 354th Fighter Group, Ninth Air Force, 1943-5. London: Neville Spearman, 1972. 488 p. DLC


Ong, William A. Target Luftwaffe, the Tragedy and Triumphs of the World War II Air Victory. Kansas City, MO: Lowell Press, 1981. 335 p. AMAU


Turner, Richard E. Big Friend, Little Friend: Memoirs of a World War II Fighter Pilot. Garden City, NY: Doubleday, 1969. 176 p. DLC



355th FIGHTER GP


Marshall, William. Angels, Bulldogs & Dragons: The 355th Fighter Group in World War II. Mesa, AZ: Campion Fighter Museum, 1984. 178 p. DLC


Wells, Ken. Steeple Morden Strafers, 1943-45. Baldock, Herts: Egon Pub., Ltd, 1994. 173 p.



356th FIGHTER GP


Causer, H. Phillip. "M.I.A." Norwell, MA: Phipps Pub. Co., 1977. 169 p. DLC


Miller, Kent D. Escort, the 356th Fighter Group on Operations Over Europe, 1943-1945. Fort Wayne, IN: Academy Pub., 1985. 185 p.



357th FIGHTER GP


Abner, Alan K. Dead Reckoning: Experiences of a World War II Fighter Pilot. Shippenburg, PA: Burd Street Press, 1997. 134 p. DLC


Aldrich, James C. "Escort", Occupational Edition. Munich: Thimayer, 1945. 24 p.


103 Carson, Leonard K. Pursue and Destroy. Granada Hills, CA: Sentry Books, 1978. 175 p. WHi


Hayes, Robert W., editor. "Escort." England: 1945. 15 p.


--- ---. Munich, Germany: 1945. 24 p.


Olmsted, Merle. The 357th Over Europe. St. Paul, MN: Phalanx Pub., 1994. 160 p. DLC


---. The 357th Over Europe: The 357th Fighter Group in World War II. St Paul, MN: Phalanx Press, 1994. 160 p. DLC


---. The Yoxford Boys: The 357th Fighter Group on Escort Over Europe & Russia. Fallbrook, CA: Aero Pub., 1971. 103 p. DLC



358th FIGHTER GP


Ellison, Bruce G., editor. "Orange Tails," the Story of the 358th Fighter Group and Ancillary Units. . . Chicago: Rogers Print. Co., 1945. 216 p. NN



359th FIGHTER GP


Little Friends. A Pictorial History of the 361st Fighter Group in World War II. Dallas, TX: Taylor Pub. Co., 1991. 176 p. DLC


Miller, Kent D. Jigger, Tinplate, and Red Cross, the 359th Fighter Group in WWII. Ft. Wayne, IN: Academy Pub. Corp., 1987.


Raines, Thomas H., editor. 359th Fighter Group (Hq. Sq., 368th, 369th, 370th Fighter Squadrons), 448th Air Service Group (Headquarters and Base Service Squadron), 824th Air Engineering Squadron, 648th Air Materiel Squadron, 3rd Gunnery Tow-target Flt. Norwich, England: Soman-Wherry Press, 1945. 67 p. NN


---. Nashville, TN: Battery Press, 1978. 68 p. (Reprint of the 1945 edition) DLC


Smith, Jack H. Mustangs and Unicorns: A History of the 359th Fighter Group. Missoula, MT: Pictorial Histories Pub. Co., 1997. 248 p. DLC



361st FIGHTER GP


104 Gotts, Steve. Little Friends: A Pictorial History of the 361st Fighter Group in World War II. Dallas, TX: 361st Fighter Group Assn., 1992. DLC



362nd FIGHTER GP


Gianneschie, Dan. The 362nd Fighter Group's History of WWII, Mogin's Maulers. Chicago: Aires Press, 1981. 490 p. DLC


--- ---. 2nd Edition. Chicago: Aires Press, 1986. 504 p.



363rd FIGHTER GP


Miller, Kent D. Seven Month Over Europe: The 363rd Fighter Group in World War II. Hicksville, OH: Miller, 1898. 126 p. DLC



363rd TAC RECONNAISSANCE GP


The 363rd, its History, Fighter and Reconnaissance. N.p.: ca1945. 64 p. NN



364th FIGHTER GP


"Operation Sunhat." England: 1945. 8 lvs.


Joiner, O. W. "Ollie", editor. The History of the 364th Fighter Group. Marceline, MO: Walsworth Pub., 1991. 300 p. DLC



365th FIGHTER GP


Johnson, Charles R. The History of the Hell Hawks. Anaheim, CA: Southcoast Typesetting, 1975. 623 p.



367th FIGHTER GP


Groh, Richard. The Dynamite Gang: The 367th Fighter Group in World War II. Fallbrook, CA: Aero Pub., 1983. 192 p. DLC


105 --- ---. Woburn, MA: Charm Pub. Co., 1993. 192 p. DLC


Moody, Peter R. The 367th Fighter Group in World War II. Manhattan, KS: Military Affairs/Aerospace Historian Pub., 1979. 75 p. DLC



371st FIGHTER GP


The Story of the 371st Fighter Group in the E.T.O. Baton Rouge: Army Navy Pictorial Pub. Co., 1946. 198 p. NN



374th TROOP CARRIER GP


Imparato, Edward. 374th Troop Carrier Group. Paducah, KY: Turner Pub. Co., 1998. DLC



375th TROOP CARRIER GP


Finneran, John P., and Sam J. Commell, editors. The History of the Tokyo Trolley: 375th Troop Carrier Group, June 1942-January 1946. Tokyo: Dai Nippon Print. Co., 1946. 31 p.



376th BOMBARDMENT GP


200th Mission, Liberator-Athens-Tatos A/D Dec. 14, 1943. APO 681, Italy: 376th Bomb Grp., 1943. 4 lvs.


A Short History of the 376th Bombardment Group, May 20, 1942-February 22, 1945. N.p.: ca1945. 28 p. AFHRC


Byers, Richard G. Attack. Death in the Skies Over the Middle East. Winona, MN: Apollo Books, 1984. 296 p.


McClendon, Dennis E. The Lady Be Good: Mystery Bomber of World War II. Fallbrook, CA: Aero Pub., 1962. 205 p. AMAU


--- ---. Fallbrook, CA: Aero Pub., 1982. 203 p. (Reprint of the 1962 edition) AMAU


Walker, James W. The Liberandos: A World War II History of the 376th Bomb Group (H) and Its Founding Units. Waco, TX: 376th Heavy Bombardment Group Assoc., 1994. 613 p. DLC


106 379th BOMBARDMENT GP


Bendiner, Elmer. The Fall of the Fortress. A Personal Account of the Most Daring-and Deadly- American Air Battles of World War II. New York: G. P. Putnam's Sons, 1980. 258 p. DLC


Cassens, Kenneth H. Screwball Express: A Meaningful Tribute to the 8th Air Force, 379th Bomb Group & the Screwball Express. Paducah, KY: Turner Pub., 1992. 160 p. DLC


Robb, Derwyn D. Shades of Kimbolton, a Narrative of the 379th Bombardment Group (H). San Angelo, TX: Newsfoto Pub. Co., ca 1946. 93 lvs. PCarlMH


--- ---. N.p.: 1981. 92 lvs. (Reprint of the 1946 edition)



380th BOMBARDMENT GP


Fain, James E., editors. The History of the 380th Bomb Group (H), AAF, Affectionately Known as the Flying Circus, November, 1942-September, 1945. New York: Commandy-Roth Co., 1946. 190 p. NN


Horton, Glenn R., Jr. The Best in the Southwest: The 380th Bomb Group in World War II. Savage, MN: Mosie Publications, 1995. 513 p. DLC


Horton, Glenn R., and Glenn R. Horton, Jr. King of the Heavies. N.p.: 1983. 184 p.


Menzel, George H. Portrait of a Flying Lady: The Stories of those she flew with in battle. Paducah, KY: Turner Publications, 1994. 256 p. DLC



381st BOMBARDMENT GP


381st Bombardment Group, 432nd Air Service Group. Westminister, England: Vacher and Sons, ca1945.


Brown James G. The Mighty Men of the 381st, Heroes All: A Chaplain=s Inside Story of the Men of the 381st Bomber Group. Salt Lake City, UT: Publishers Press, 1994. 765 p. DLC


MacKay, Ron. 381st Bomb Group. Carrollton, TX: Squadron/Signal Pub., 1994. 64 p. DLC


---. Ridgewell=s Flying Fortresses: The 381st Bombardment Group (H) in World War II. Atglen, PA: Schiffer Pub. Co., 2000. 256 p. DLC


107 Stone, Ken. Triumphant We Fly: A 381st Bomb Group Anthology, 1943-1945. Pahucah, KY: Turner Pub. Co., 1994. 200 p. DLC


--- ---. 2nd Edition. Paducah, KY: Turner Pub. Co., 1997.



384th BOMBARDMENT GP


As Briefed. . .Addendum. N.p.: 1974. 36 p.


Beese, Arthur P. "Crusaders": 384th--50th, 1942-1992. Rahway, NY: 384th Bomb Group, 1993. 56 p. DLC


Feider, Leo J. 38 Missions with the 384th Bomb Group, 8th Air Force, Camp Underwood, Kettering, Northamps, England, A Memoir. St. Paul, MN: 1987. 38 p.


Grimm, Jacob L. Heroes of the 483rd: Crew Histories of a Much Decorated B-17 Bombardment Group during World War II. Ann Arbor, MI: 483rd Bomb Group Association, 1997. 320 p.


Owens, Walter E. As Briefed by Walter H. Owens, a Family History of the 384th Bombardment Group. New York: Edward Stern & Co., 1946. 210 p. CoCA


---. As Briefed, a Family History of the 384th Bombardment Group. 2nd Edition. Philadelphia[?]: The Group, 1980. 210, 36 p. [5] p. DLC


Smith, Dale O. Screaming Eagle: Memoir of a B-17 Group Commander. Chapel Hill, NC: Algonquin Books of Chapel Hill, 1990. 241 p. DLC



385th BOMBARDMENT GP


385th Bombardment Group Memorial Association. A New History of the 385th Bomb Group (H). St. Petersburg, FL: Southern Heritage Press, 1995.


Leonard, Marston S. History of the 385th Bombardment Group (Heavy) and Its Affiliated Units: 424th Air Service Group, 877th Chemical Company (AO), Detachment 155, 18th Weather Squadron. February, 1943-August 1945. San Angelo, TX: Newsfoto Pub. Co., 1945.



386th BOMBARDMENT GP


108 The History of a Bombing Outfit: The 386th Bomb Group. St. Truiden, Belgium: De Geneffe, 1945. 72 p. DLC


Young, Barnett, editor. The Story of the Crusaders: 386th Bomb Group (M) in World War II. Ft. Myers, FL: 386th Bomb Grp Inc., 1988. 174 p.


--- ---. 2nd Edition. Ft. Myers, FL: 386th Bomb Grp Assn., 1991. 191 p. DLC



388th BOMBARDMENT GP


The History of the 388th Bomb Group. . . San Angelo, TX: Newfoto Pub. Co., 1946. 121 lvs. CoCA


Huntzinger, Edward J. The 388th at War. San Angelo, TX: Newsfoto Yearbooks, 1979. 272 p. AMAU



389th BOMBARDMENT GP


. . .389th Bombardment Group, a Pictorial Review of Operations in the ETO. San Angelo, TX: Newsfoto Pub. Co., 1946. 133 lvs. CoCA


Ardery, Philip. Bomber Pilot: A Memoir of World War II. Lexington, KY: Univ. of Kentucky Press, 1978. 233 p. DLC



390th BOMBARDMENT GP


390th Bombardment Group. Paducah, KY: Turner Pub. Co., 1994. 144 p. DLC


---. 2nd Edition. Paducah, KY: Turner Pub. Co., 1997.


The 390th Bomb Group Anthology. Tucson, AZ: 390th Memorial Museum Foundation, 1983. 306 p. CoCA


[Drain, Richard E.] 390th Bomb Group: History of Aircraft Assigned. N.p.: R. E. Drain, 1993. 110 p. DLC


Milliken, Albert E., editor. The Story of the 390th Bombardment Group (H). . . New York: Eilert Print. Co., 1947. 472 p. AMAU


109 Perry, Richard H., and others. The 390th Bomb Group Anthology, Volume II. Tucson, AZ: 390th Memorial Museum Foundation, 1985.



391st BOMBARDMENT GP


"Who dat?": Who's Who? of the 391st Bomb Group. "Who's Who?" of the 391st Bomb Group. Woodstock, GA: 391st Bomb Group Assoc., 1988. DLC


Walker, Hugh H. 391st Bombardment Group History of World War II, January 1943-October 1945. N.p.: 391st Bomb Group Assoc., 1990. 132 p.



392nd BOMBARDMENT GP


Hawkins, Ian. 20th Century Crusaders: 392nd Bombardment Group (H): January 1943- September 1945. True Tales of the Air War Over Europe told by those who lived them. Paducah, KY: Turner Pub., 1997. 184 p. DLC


Matt, John. Crewdog: A Saga of a Young American. Hamilton, VA: Waterford Books, 1992. 415 p. DLC


Vickers, Robert E., Jr. The Liberators From Wendling: The Combat Story of the 392nd Bombardment Group (H) of the Eighth Air Force During World War Two. Albuquerque, NM: Unit Memorial Collection, Eighth Air Force, World War II (392nd BG), 1972. 288 p. CoCA


--- ---. Manhattan, KS: Military Affairs/Aerospace Historian Pub., 1977. 287 p. DLC



394th BOMBARDMENT GP


Ziegler, J. Guy. Bridge Busters, the Story of the 394th Bomb Group of the 98th Bomb Wing, 9th Bomb Division, 9th Air Force. New York: Ganis and Harris, 1949. 182 p. DLC



397th BOMBARDMENT GP


Beck, Henry C., Jr. The 397th Bomb Group (M), a Pictorial History. Cleveland: Crane Howard, 1946. 61 lvs. NN


Bendiner, Elmer. The Fall of the Fortresses. A Personal Account of the Most Daring, and Deadly, American Air Battles of World War II. New York: Putnam, 1980. 258 p. DLC


110 Stovall, James B., Jr. Wings of Courage. Memphis, TN: Global Press, 1991. 200 p.



398th BOMBARDMENT GP


The History of the 398th Bombardment Group (H). San Angelo, TX: Newsfoto Pub. Co., 1946. 110 lvs. AMAU


Dalton, Hollis L. The Flight of the Kentucky Colonel: A Saga of World War II. San Antonio, TX: Dalton Center for Strategic Studies, 1994. 284 p. DLC


Ostrom, Allen. 398th Bomb Group Remembrances. Seattle, WA: Vanguard Press, 1989. 100 p.



401st BOMBARDMENT GP


200 Missions. 401st Bomb Group. N.p.: ca1945. 6 lvs.


Directory of Names and Addresses of Former Members of the 401st Bombardment Group. San Angelo, TX: Newsfoto Pub. Co., ca1947. 8 lvs. NN.


Closeway, Gordon R., editor. Pictorial Record of the 401st Bomb Group. San Angelo, TX: Newsfoto Pub. Co., 1946. 168 p. AMAU


Maher, William P. Fated to Survive: Memoirs of a B-17 Flying Fortress Pilot/Prisoner of War: 401st Bombardment Group, Eighth Air Force. Spartanburg, SC: Honoribus Press, 1992. 168 p.


Menzel, George. 401st Bombardment Group (H), Portrait of a Flying Lady. Paducah, KY: Turner Pub. Co., 1994. 248 p. DLC


Newcomb, Alan H. Vacation with Pay, being an Account of My Stay at the German Rest Camp for Tired Allied Airmen at Beautiful Barth-on-the-Baltic. Haverhill, MA: Destiny Pubs., 1947. 198 p. DLC



403rd TROOP CARRIER GP


Two Years Pacific Sandman, 403d Troop Carrier Group. N.p.: Public Relations Staff, ca1945. 27 p. Mimeo. DAL



111 404th FIGHTER GP


Saied, Kemal. Thunderbolt Odyssey: P-47 War in Europe. Tulsa, OK: Stonewood Press, 1989. 151 p.


Wilson, Andrew F., editor. Leap Off, 404th Fighter Group Combat History. . . San Angelo, TX: Newsfoto Pub. Co., 1950. 230 lvs. NN



405th FIGHTER GP


Nolte, Reginald G. Thunder Monsters. A History of the 405th Fighter Group in World War II and the Christchurch Squadrons, 509th Fighter, 511th Figther, 510th Fighter. Manhattan, KS: Sunflower Press, 1986. 160 p. DLC



406th FIGHTER GP


See under 4th Fighter Group, Dunn title.



409th BOMBARDMENT GP


History of the 409th Bomb Group (L), European Theater of Operations, World War II. N.p.: 1996. 452 p. DLC



410th BOMBARDMENT GP


The 410th Bomb Group in World War II. Denver, CO(?): The Association, (AuTrain, MI: Avery Color Studios), 1987. 396, 170 p. DLC


History of the 410th Bombardment Group. San Angelo, TX: Newsfoto Pub. Co., 1946. 80 lvs. AMAU


Keim, Bill and Nan. The 410th Book of Newsletters. Autrain, MI: Avery Color Studio, 1990. 396 p.



413th FIGHTER GP


Tyler, Parker R., Jr. From Seattle to Ie Shima with the 413th Fighter Group (SE). . . Ie Shima:


112 1945. 30 p. Mimeo. NN



417th BOMBARDMENT GP


Grenn, Eugene L., and others, editors. The Sky Lancer, 417th Bomb Group. Sydney: John Sands, 1946. 114 lvs. AMAU



424th AIR SERVICE GP


See under 385th Bombardment Group, Leonard title.



432nd AIR SERVICE GP


See under 381st Bombardment Group, 1945 title.



433rd TROOP CARRIER GP


Back Load, February, 1943-June, 1944, 433rd Troop Carrier Group, New Guinea. Sydney: Halstead Press, 1945. 247 p. DLC


Lester, John R.(Bob) Frontline Airline: Troop Carrier Pilot in World War II. Manhattan, KS: Sunflower Univ. Press, 1994. 192 p. DLC



435th TROOP CARRIER GP


Gilmore, Lawrence J., and Howard J. Lewis, compilers. History, 435th Troop Carrier Group, Ninth Troop Carrier Command. Greenville, SC: Keys Print. Co., 1946. 115 lvs. DLC



437th TROOP CARRIER GP


Guild, Frank H., Jr. Action of the Tiger, the Saga of the 437th Troop Carrier Group. Tyler, TX: City Print. Co., 1950. 177 p. CoCA


--- ---. Nashville, TN: Battery Press, 1980. 177 p. (Reprint of the 1950 edition) AMAU



113 438th TROOP CARRIER GP


Buchanan, Austin J. The 438th Troop Carrier Group: Headquarters, 87th, 88th, 89th, and 90th Squadrons in World War II. Baldwin, MI: 1990. 61 p. DLC



439th TROOP CARRIER GP


Young, Charles H. Into the Valley: The Untold Story of USAAF Troop Carrier in World War II, from North Africa through Europe. Dallas, TX: Printcomm, 1995. 615 p. DLC



440th TROOP CARRIER GP


DZ Europe: The Story of the 440th Troop Carrier Group. Indianapolis, IN: Hollenbeck Press, 1946. 203 p. DLC



441st TROOP CARRIER GP


441st Troop Carrier Group, August 1, 1943-August 1, 1944. Taunton, England: E. Goodman & Sons, ca1944. 48 p. NN



442nd TROOP CARRIER GP


442nd Troop Carrier Group. Paris: Imprime par Curial-Archereau, ca1945. 52 lvs. DLC


Life Around the Camp. Paris: Curial-Archereau, 1945. 48 lvs. DLC



444th BOMBARDMENT GP


The Pictorial History of the 444th Bombardment Group, Very Heavy Special. San Angelo, TX: Newsfoto Pub. Co., 1945. 80 lvs. DLC



445th BOMBARDMENT GP


Birsic, Rudolph J. The History of the 445th Bombardment Group (H), (Unofficial). Stationed Overseas at Tibenham, Norfolk, England in the 2nd Combat Wing, 2nd Air Division, of the Eighth Air Force. Glendale, CA: Griffin-Patterson Co., 1948. 81 lvs. PCarlMH


114 ---. Supplement to the History of the 445th Bombardment Group (H). . . N.p.: 1950. 20 lvs.



446th AIR SERVICE GP


See 20th Fighter Group, Steiner title.



446th BOMBARDMENT GP


Castens, Edward H., editor. The Story of the 446th Bomb Group. San Angelo, TX: Newsfoto Pub. Co., 1946. 105 lvs. AMAU


Jansen, Harold E. The History of the 446th Bomb Group (H). Santa Ana, CA: 446th Bomb Group Association, 1989. 320 p. DLC


The 446th BG Revisited. History of the 446th Bomb Group in World War II. Santa Ana, CA:


th 446 , 1997.



447th BOMBARDMENT GP


Surridge, Estley K., and Edward C. Dooley, editors. Pictorial History of the 447th Bombardment Group (H). . . San Angelo, TX: Newsfoto Pub. Co., 1946. 130 lvs. PCarlMH


Shields, Doyle. History, 447th Bomb Group. N.p.: 1996. 334 p. DLC



448th AIR SERVICE GP


See under 359th Fighter Group, Raines title.



448th BOMBARDMENT GP


Brief History of the 448th Bombardment Group (H), 1943-1946. N.p.: ca1975. 48 p.


Hoseaman, James. The 1000 Day Battle. An Illustrated Account of Operations in Europe of the 8th Air Force's 2nd Air Division, 1942-1945, Including Particularly the 448th Bomb Group and the Other B-24 Units Based in East Anglia's Wivenery Valley. Lowestoft, Suffolk: Gillingham Pubs., 1979. 256 p. PCarlMH


115 Kramer, Ron V., and Joseph T. Michalczyk. The 448th Bomb Group. N.p.: The Authors, 1977.


McBride, Charles C. Mission Failure and Survival. Manhattan, KS: Sunflower Univ. Press, 1989. 191 p. DLC



449th BOMBARDMENT GP


"Grottaglie and Home": A History of the 449th Bomb Group, Forty-seventh Wing, Fifteenth Air Force: A Group History. N.p.: The Association, 1989. 466 p. DLC


Currier, Donald R. 50 Mission Crush. Shippensburg, PA: Burd Street Press, 1992. 176 p. DLC


Shepard, D. William. Of Men and Wings: The First 100 Missions of the 449th Bomb, January to July 1944. Panama City, FL: Norfield Publishing, 1996. 343 p. DLC


Turner, Damon. Tucson to Grottaglie, a History of the 449th Bomb Grp. N.p.: Privately Printed, 1985. 360 p. DLC



450th BOMBARDMENT GP


450th Bombardment Group (H) Activation through Mediterranean Campaign. Italy: Cottontails, 1945. 28 p. DAFH


450th Bomb Group (H), the "Cottontails" of WWII. Paducah, KY: Turner Pub. Co., 1996. 128 p. DLC


Fagan, Vincent F. Liberator Pilot: The Cottontails' Battle for Oil. Carlsbad, CA: California Aero Press, 1991. 130 p. DLC



451st BOMBARDMENT GP


Hill, Sedgefield D. "Red", editor. The Fight'n 451st Bomb Group (H). Padacuh, KY: Turner Pub., 1990. 240 p. DLC



452nd BOMBARDMENT GP


452nd Bombardment Group. Paducah, KY: Turner Pub. Co., 1996. 132 p. DLC


116 Pictorial History of the 452nd Bombardment Group. Norwich, England: Jarrold & Sons, ca1945. 11 lvs.


Barnes, Marvin E. 452nd Bombardment Group (H). N.p.: Delmar, 1976.


Hinrichs, Edward. Missing Planes of the 452nd Bomb Group. Forest Lake, MN: E. Hinrichs, 1995. 223 p. DLC


Jackson, Philip S. My 30 Missions Over Europe, the 1944 Diary of a World War II Pilot. Colorado Springs, CO: St. Mark's Ave. Press, 1995. 150 p.


Prewit, John. The Lucky Bastard: Autobiography. Bellevue, WA: 1983. 285 p.



453rd BOMBARDMENT GP


Low, Andy. The Liberator Men of "Old Buc", the Story of the 453rd Bombardment Group (Heavy) in World War II, 29 June 1943-15 September 1945. Rolla, MO: 1984. 178 p.



454th BOMBARDMENT GP


Barker, John S., Jr., editor. The Flight of the Liberators, the Story of the Four Hundred and Fifty-fourth Bombardment Group. Rochester: DuBois Press, 1946. 172 p. AMAU


---. Nashville, TN: Battery Press, 1986. 172 p. (Reprint of the 1946 edition)


Taylor, Harry B. Big Dog=s Nine Old Men. Ohio?: H. B. Taylor, 1990. 85 lvs. DLC



455th BOMBARDMENT GP


Asch, Alfred, and Hugh R. Graff, and Thomas A. Ramey. The Story of the Four Hundred and Fifty-fifth Bombardment Group (H) World War II: Flight of the Vulgar Vultures. Appleton, WS: Graphic Communications Center, 1991. 296 p. DLC



456th BOMBARDMENT GP


456th Bomb Group (M) Photo Album, Italy, 1944-1945. N.p.: Public Relations Section, ca1945. 72 lvs.


117 Combat Career Feb 1, 1944-May 8, 1945, 456th Bomb Group (M). N.p.: 456th Bomb Gp Statistical Section, ca1945.


Capps, Robert S. 456th Bombardment Group (H). 1943-Steed's Flying Colts-1945. Paducah, KY: Turner Publications, 1994. 144 p. DLC


---. Flying Colt: Liberator Pilot in Italy, Diary and History, World War II, 456th Bombardment Group (Heavy) (15th Air Force). Alexandra, VA: Manor House Publications, 1997. 471 p. DLC


Millman, Joseph. The Eleventh Passenger. New York: Vantage Press, 1996. 355 p. DLC



457th BOMBARDMENT GP


Blakebrough, Ken. The Fireball Outfit: The 457th Bombardment Group in the Skies over Europe. Fallbrook, CA: Aero Pub., 1968. 96 p. AMAU


Briggs, Homer, and James L. Bass. Fait Accompli: A Pictorial Account of the 457th Bomb Group (H): The Fireball Outfit. Carthage, TN: JLB Publications, 1995. 408 p. DLC


Byers, Roland, editor. Black Puff Polly and Other Flights to Eternity. Moscow, ID: Pawpaw Press, 1991. 272 p. DLC


Byers, Roland O. Flak Dodgers: A Story of the 457th Bomb Group (H) During World War II. Moscow, ID: Pawpaw Press, ca1985. 260 p. DLC


Welsch, John F., editor. Dead Engine Kids: World War II of John J. Briol, B-17 Ball Turrent Gunner: With Comments from Notes of Other Crew Members. Rapid City, SD: Silver Wings Aviation, 1993. 216 p. DLC



458th BOMBARDMENT GP


Reynolds, George A. 458th Bombardment Group. N.p.: The Author, 1974. 64 p. CoCA


---. The 458th Bombardment Group (Heavy) II. Second Edition. Birmingham, AL: The Author, ca1979. 72 p. DLC


---. The 458th Bombardment Group Heavy III. Birmingham, AL: The Author, 1988. 88 p. DLC



118 459th BOMBARDMENT GP


"Calendar 1945" Produced By and for the 459th Bomb Group of the 15th Air Force. Italy: ca1945. 14 lvs.


McCarthy, Lyle. Coffee Tower: A History of the 459th Bomb Group in WWII. Paducah, KY: Turner Pub. Co., 1997. 224 p. DLC


Medina, Francis X. Ciao, Francesco. Kansas City, MO: F. X. Medina, 1995. 223 p. DLC



460th BOMBARDMENT GP


Bohnstedt, Duane L. and Betty J. 460th Bomb Group History. Dallas, TX: Taylor Pub. Co., 1996. 207 p. DLC


Devney, Edward J. Pictorial Highlights From the History of the 460th Bombardment Group (H) United States 15th Army Air Force. Cleveland Heights, OH: 1946. 23 lvs. CoCA


Newby, Leroy W. Target Ploesti. View from a Bombsight. Novato, CA: Presidio Press, 1983. 272 p. AMAU



461st BOMBARDMENT GP


461st Bombardment Group. N.p.: 194-? CoCA



462nd BOMBARDMENT GP


Morrison, Wilbur H. Hellbirds: The Story of the B-29s in Combat. New York: Duell, Sloan and Pearce, 1960. 181 p. DLC


--- ---. Washington: Zenger Pub., 1980. 181 p. (Reprint of the 1960 edition) DLC


Oliver, Philip G. Hellbird War Book. Dallas: ca1946. 117 p. AMAU



463rd BOMBARDMENT GP


Carroll, Daniel P. Crew Umbriago. N.p.: D. P. Carroll, 1986. 218 p. DLC


119 Rubin, Harold, editor. A Narrative and Pictorial History of the 463rd Bombardment Group (H). St. Louis: Becktold, 1946. 191 p. PCarlMH



464th BOMBARDMENT GP


Callison, Talmadge P. "Hit the Silk." New York: Comet Press Books, 1954. 91 p. DLC



465th BOMBARDMENT GP


The 465th Bomb Group in Combat, May 1944-May 1945. Pantanella Airfield, Italy: 1945. 12 p.



466th BOMBARDMENT GP


Childers, Thomas. Wings of Morning: The Story of the Last American Bomber Shot Down Over Germany in World War II. Reading, MA: Addison-Wesley Pub. Co., 1995. 276 p. DLC


Woolnough, John H. The Attlebridge Diaries. The History of the 466th Bombardment Group Heavy. Hollywood, FL: 8th Air Force News, 1979. 218 p. DLC


--- ---. Dallas, TX: Taylor Pub. Co., 1995. 250 p. (Expanded reprint) DLC.



467th BOMBARDMENT GP


The 467th Bombardment Group, September, 1943-June, 1945. Brattleboro, VT: E. L. Hildreth & Co., 1947. 155 p. DLC


---. North Tonawanda, NY: Enterprise Print. Co., 1980. (Reprint of the 1947 edition)


Preston, Jack M., and Harris L. Conway. "Rackheath Memories." 467th Bomb Group Heavy. N.p.: ca1945.



468th BOMBARDMENT GP


Wolfe, Stephen, editor. The Story of the "Billy Mitchell" Group: 468th H-Bomb Group From the CBI to the Marianas. N.p.: 1946. 135 p.



120 471st BOMBARDMENT GP


Loehr, Franklin D. We Don't Cry For Heroes. N.p.: Echelon, 1946. 124 p. CoCA



474th FIGHTER GP


Calhoun, Jack and Beryl. Somewhere the Sun is Shining. San Diego: Grossmont Press, 1976. 70 p. DLC


Keller, Isham G. The 474th Fighter Group in WWII: An Enlisted Man's Observations. Minneapolis, MN: Privately printed, 1988. 128 p.



475th FIGHTER GP


Satan's Angels: 475th Fighter Group, 14th May 43-31st Dec. 44. Sydney: Angus and Robertson, 1946. 150 p. CoCA


The 475th Fighter Group. A Brief History. N.p.: n.d. 2 lvs.


Brammeler, Charles L. 475th Fighter Group in the Southwest Pacific. Maxwell AFB, AL: Air Univ., 1987. 93 p. AMAU


Stanaway, John. Posum, Clover & Hades: The 475th Fighter Group in World War II. Atglen, PA: Schiffer Pub., 1999. 336 p. DLC


Toll, Henry C. Tropic Lightning. Manhattan, KS: Sunflower Univ. Press, 1987. 132 p. DLC


Yoshino, Ronald W. Lightning Strikes: The 475th Fighter Group in the Pacific War, 1943- 1945. Manhattan, KS: Sunflower Univ. Press, 1987. 184 p. DLC



479th FIGHTER GP


479th Fighter Group. Los Angeles: Times-Mirror, 1945. 237 p. DLC



483rd BOMBARDMENT GP


483rd Bomb Group (H). Paducah, KY: Turner Pub. Co., 1997. 144 p. DLC


121 Dye, John T., III. Golden Leaves. Los Angeles, CA: Ward Ritchie Press, 1962. 227 p. DLC


Epperson, W. B., and Bernie Yudain, editors. 483rd Bombardment Group (H), Italy, 1944-45. Rome: Novissima, 1945. 80 lvs. NN



485th BOMBARDMENT GP


This is How It Was. The History of the 485th Bomb Group (H). N.p.: Southern Heritage Press, n.d. 386 p.



486th BOMBARDMENT GP


100 Missions. "What Went Before" 486th Bomb Group H. Cambridge, England: W. Heffer & Sons, n.d. 28 p.


War Stories of the "O" & "W". A History of the 486th Bomb Group (Heavy) (Serving with the Eighth AF, 1944-1945). Columbus, OH: RSB Publications, 1996. 521 p. DLC



487th BOMBARDMENT GP


100th Mission, 487th Bomb Group & Station Service Units. Celebration Program, 22nd & 23rd Nov., 1944. Cambridge, England: W. Heffer & Sons, 1944. 8 p.


The History of the 487th Bombardment Group, 22 September 1943 to 7 November 1945. San Angelo, TX: Newsfoto Pub. Co., 1946. 109 lvs. DLC


Lay, Bernie, Jr. I've Had It. The Survival of a Bomb Group Commander. New York: Harper & Bros., 1945. 141 p. PCarlMH


---. I've Had It. Presumed Dead: The Survival of a Bomb Group Commander. New York: Dodd, Mead, 1980. 140 p. (Reprint of the 1945 edition) DLC



489th BOMBARDMENT GP


Freudenthal, Charles H. A History of the 489th Bomb Group. Vienna, VA: C. H. Freudenthal, 1989. 313 p. DLC



122 490th BOMBARDMENT GP


Berndt, Jule. An 8th Air Force Diary: 490th Bomb Group. River Falls, WI: J. Berndt, 1992. 86 p. DLC


Lighter, Lawrence S., and Frederick R. Holland, editors. The Informal History of the 490th Bombardment Group. Oct 1943 to Oct 1945. San Angelo, TX: Newsfoto Pub. Co., ca1946.



491st BOMBARDMENT GP


The Ring Masters - The Last and the Best. A History of the 491st Bombardment Group (H) in World War II. Dallas, TX: Taylor Pub. Co., 1992.



492nd BOMBARDMENT GP


Blue, Allan G. The Fortunes of War: The 492nd Bomb Group on Daylight Operations. Fallbrook, CA: Aero Pub. Co., 1967. 96 p. DLC


--- ---. Revised edition. Fallbrook, CA: Aero Pub., 1987. 76 p. DLC


Fesmire, Robert H. Flight of a Maverick: In the Secret War Against Hitler. Nashville, TN: Eggman Pub., 1995. 132 p. DLC


Parnell, Ben. Carpetbaggers: America's Secret War in Europe. Austin, TX: Eakin Press., 1987. 204 p. DLC


Reynolds, George A. European Theater of Operations Carpetbaggers. Birmingham, AL: The Author, 1978. 23 p. WHi



493rd BOMBARDMENT GP


493rd Bombardment Group: A Pictorial Review of Operations in the ETO. San Angelo, TX: Newsfoto Pub. Co., 1946. 79 lvs. DLC


Bowman, Martin, and Truett L. Woodall, Jr. Helton=s Hellcats: A Pictorial History of the 493rd Bomb Group. Paducah, KY: Turner Pub. Co., 1998. 152 p. DLC



494th BOMBARDMENT GP


123 Rogers, David H., and Alvin L. Sigler and Charles F. Wilcox., compilers and editors. 494th Bombardment Group (H) History WWII: From Orlando, Wendover, Mountain Home and Kauai to Corregdor, Zomboanga, Koror, Shanghai, and Hiroshima with the Liberators of Kelley=s Kobras and back home after all that. Annandale, MN: 494th Bombardment Group Assn., 1996. 360 p. DLC


Williams, Jack J., and others. 494th Bomb Group History. Philadelphia: W. T. Peck and Co., 1947. 147 p. NN



497th BOMBARDMENT GP


Goforth, Pat E., editor. The Long Haul, the Story of the 497th Bomb Group (VH). San Angelo, TX: Newsfoto Pub. Co., 1946. 124 lvs. DLC



498th BOMBARDMENT GP


Odgen, Michael, editor. 498th Bombardment Group Presents Its Combat Story, 20 November 1943 to 15 August 1945. N.p.: ca1945. 157 p. CoCA



499th BOMBARDMENT GP


Burkett, Prentiss. The Unofficial History of the 499th Bomb Group (VH). Temple City, CA: Historical Aviation Album, 1981. 56 p. DLC



500th BOMBARDMENT GP


McClure, Glenn E., editor. An Unofficial History of the 500th Bombardment Group, One of Four Combat Groups in the 73rd Wing Under 21st Bomber Command and 20th Air Force, Stationed for Overseas Operation at Saipan in the Marianas Islands. Riverside, CA: Rubidoux Print. Co., 1946. 100 lvs. NN



504th BOMBARDMENT GP


Combat Diary: A Record of the 504th Bombardment Group. N.p.: 949th Engr. Avn. Topo Co., 1946. 12 lvs. NN


Hanley, Fiske. History of the 504th Bomb Group (VH) in World War II: Flying the B-29


124 Superfortress: 313th Bombardment Wing (VH), 21st Bomber Command, 20th Air Force, United States Army Air Force. Enfield, CT: 504th Bomb Group Assoc., 1992. 308 p. DLC


Midlam, Don S. Flight of the Lucky Lady. Portland, OR: Binfords & Mort Pubs., ca1954. 208 p. DLC



505th BOMBARDMENT GP


MacIntyre, Becky, editor. The 505th Bombardment Group, 1944-1945. A Report from the 484th Bomb Squadron. N.p.: Becky MacIntyre, 1984. 74 p.



509th COMPOSITE GP


Marx, Joseph L. Seven Hours to Zero. New York: G. P. Putnam's Sons, 1967. 256 p. DLC


Ossip, Jerome J. editor. 509th Pictorial Album. . . Chicago: Rogers Print. Co., 1946. 56 lvs. AFHRC


Thomas, Gordon, and Max M. Witts. Enola Gay. New York: Stein and Day Pubs., 1977. 327 p. DLC


---. Ruin From the Air: The Enola Gay's Atomic Mission to Hiroshima. London: Hamilton, 1977. 386 p.


--- ---. Chelsea, MI: Scarborough House, 1990. 386 p. DLC


Tibbets, Paul W. Flight of the Enola Gay. Reynoldsburg, OH: Buckeye Aviation Book Co., 1989. 316 p.



805th AIR BASE GP


Larson, William L., editor. 805th Air Base Group, Barksdale Air Force Base, Louisiana. Barksdale Air Force Base: ca1955. NcD



809th AIR BASE GP


809th Air Base Group, MacDill Air Force Base, 1954. Baton Rouge: Army Navy Pub. Co., ca1954. NN


125 3201st AIR BASE GP


Chronological Syllabus of the Armament Development and Test Center. Elgin Air Force Base, FL: Office of History, Armament Development and Test Center, Air Force Systems Command, 1976.



3205th AIR BASE GP


3205th Group, Air Proving Grounds Command. Eglin Air Force Base, 1954. Baton Rouge: Army Navy Pub. Co., ca1954. NN



4925th ATOMIC TEST GP


Hardison, John D. The Megaton Blasters: Story of the 4925th Atomic Test Group. Arvada, CO: Boomerang Pub., 1990. 40 p. DLC



6147th TACTICAL CONTROL GP


Johnston, Sidney F., Jr. 4th Reunion, 5th Air Force in Korea, 6147th TAC Control Group, Mosquitoes, Airborne and Ground Combat Controllers, The Front Seat of Hell, San Antonio, Texas, 14-17 July 1983: 30th Anniversary of Korean Armistice, 27 July 1953. Albuquerque, NM: Sidney F. Johnson, 1983. 82 p. DLC


---. 5th Air Force 1950-1958. Korea Mosquitoes. Airborne and Ground Combat Controllers, 6147th TAC. CON. GP., Korea, 1984 Directory. Albuquerque, NM: Sidney F. Johnson, 1983. 30 lvs. DLC


---. 5th Air Force, 1950-1958, Korean War, Mosquitoes, Airborne and Ground combat Controllers, 6147th Tac. Con. Gp. Korea: 1986 Directory. Albuquerque, NM: S. F. Johnston, 1986. 17, [39] p. DLC


---. Mosquitoes, Airborne and Ground Combat Controllers: 5th Air Force, 1950-1958, Korea, 6147th TAC Con. Gp., Korea, The Front Seat of Hell: 1984 Directory. Albuquerque, NM: S. F. Johnston, 1984. [60] p. DLC




126 CHAPTER VII


SQUADRONS


1st AERO SQDN


Richards, John F., II. War Diary and Letters of John Francisco Richards, II, 1917-1918. . . Compiled by George B. Richards. Kansas City, MO: Lechtman Print. Co., 1925. 184 p. DLC



1st FIGHTER SQDN


First Fighter Squadron, 413th Fighter Group (SE) "the Fighting Furies" Unit History. N.p.: ca1945. 6 p., 14 lvs.



2nd FIGHTER SQDN


Burke, Lawrence G., and Robert C. Curtis, compilers. and editors. The American Beagle Squadron. A Contribution to the History of the 2nd Fighter Squadron, 52nd Fighter Group during World War 2, Based on Documents and Recollections Submitted by "Some of Those Who Were There," Supplemented by a Few Other Sources. Lexington, MA: The American Beagle Squadron Association, 1987. 499 p. DLC



2nd PHOTO TECHNICAL SQDN


"The Inside Dope". 2nd Photo Tech. Sq. N.p.: ca1945. 14 lvs.



2nd TAC AIR COMMUNICATIONS SQDN


Filtz, William R., editor. From Mud Hill to Munich. N.p.: ca1945. 115 p. PCarlMH



2nd TROOP CARRIER SQDN


Smith, W. E. 2nd Troop Carrier Squadron, AAF - CBI. N.p.: Privately Printed, 1987. 434 p. DLC


Withers, Monroe. A Texan in the C. B. I: China-Burma-India Theater of War. N.p.: Green Valley Press, 1993. 59 p. DLC


127 3rd AIR RESCUE SQDN


William, Norman F., and Calvin H. Holt, editor. Third Air Rescue Squadron, Japan - Korea, 1944- 1952. N.p.: ca1953.



3rd PURSUIT SQDN


Losonsky, Frank S. and Terry M. Flying Tiger: A Crew Chief's Story: The War Diary of a Flying Tiger American Volunteer Group Crew Chief with the 3rd Pursuit Squadron. Atglen, PA: Schiffer Military/Aviation History, 1996. 108 p. DLC



3rd TRANSPORT SQDN


Memory of David Lapsley. New Haven: Yale Univ. Press, 1952. 304 p.



4th FIGHTER SQDN (COMMANDO)


4th Fighter Squadron, Commando. N.p.: 1945. 39 p. CoCA



4th FIGHTER-INTERCEPTOR SQDN


Brief History of the 4th Fighter-Interceptor Squadron, 1941-Present. N.p.: 1962. 21 p. Mimeo.



4th PHOTO TECHNICAL SQDN


Lowry, Robert J., and Robert B. Goldman, editors. Hey Joe! A Book Recording the History and Activities of the Fourth Photographic Technical Squadron. Rome: Printed at "Novissima", 1945. [56] p. CoCA


Lowry, Robert J., editor. Hey Joe!: Supplement Booklet. Bari, Italy: 1945. [28] p. NBuS



7th FIGHTER SQDN


128 Gallagher, James P. Meatballs and Deadbirds. A Glimpse at Aircraft of the Japanese Air Forces of World War II at the End. Perry Hall, MD: Jon Joy Pubs., 1973. 121 p. DLC



7th PHOTO TECHNICAL SQDN


Snaps and Story: Seventh Photo Tech Squadron. N.p.: ca1945. CoCA



8th AERO SQDN


See under 8th Bombardment Squadron, 1918 title.



8th BOMBARDMENT SQDN


[8th Aero Squadron]


8th Aero Squadron, Observation Group, 6th Army Corps, A.E.F., France. Christmas 1918. N.p.: ca1918. [4] p.


The 8th Bomb Sq., Korea, January-July 1953. N.p.: International Print. Co., ca1953. 139 p.


8th Bombardment Squadron, 3rd Bombardment Wing, 41st Air Division, 1963-1964. N.p.: 1964. 58 p.


"The Friendly Eighth Presents." Hiroshima: Hiroshima Pub. Co., ca1951. 118 p. AMAU


Rogers, John K., editor. The 8th Bomb Squadron, Korea, 1951, January-July. Bristol, TN: Bristol Business Services, 1997. 128 p. DLC



8th PHOTO RECONNAISSANCE SQDN


Olsen, Harlan H. The Diary of 8th Photo Squadron, New Guinea. New York: Ad Press, 1945. 217 p. DLC



8th RADIO SQDN


The Story Behind the Flying Eight-Ball. N.p.: ca1945. 99 p.


Stanaway, John, and Bob Rocker. The Eight Ballers: Eyes of the Fifth Air Force. The 8th Photo


129 Reconnaissance Squadron of World War II. Atglen, PA: Schiffer Pub., 1999. 184 p. DLC



9th BOMBARDMENT SQDN


Terry, Thurzai Q. Strangers in Their Land. Manhattan, KS: Sunflower Univ. Press, 1991. 264 p. DLC



9th FIGHTER SQDN


Photo History of the 9th Fighter Squadron, the Flying Knights. Sydney: Angus & Robertson, 1944. 85 p.


Wandrey, Ralph H. Fighter Pilot. Mason City, IA: Stoyles Press, 1950. 82 p. DLC


--- ---. New York: Carlton Press, 1979. 94 p. InTV



10th COMBAT CARGO SQDN


Martin, John G. Through Hell's Gate to Shanghai. History of the 10th Combat Cargo Squadron, 3rd Combat Cargo Group, C.B.I. Theater, 1944-1945. Athens, OH: Lawhead Press, 1983. 196 p. DLC



11th AERO SQDN


See under 11th Bombardment Squadron, Heater and Tyler titles.



11th BOMBARDMENT SQDN


[11th Aero Squadron]


Cates, Michael D., editor. The Record, the Eleventh Bombardment Squadron (M). Richmond: Old Dominion Press, 1947. 103 p. DLC


Heater, Charles L. History of the 11th Aero Squadron, U.S.A.: A Detailed Account of the Squadron from Its Formation in 1917 to Demobilization. N.p.: 1922. 205 p. PCarlMH


Hinkle, Stacy C. Wings and Saddles: The Air and Cavalry Punitive Expedition of 1919. El Paso, TX: Texas Western Press, ca1967. 45 p. (Southwest Studies, Monograph No. 19) DLC


130 ---. Wings over the Border, the Army Air Service Armed Patrol of the United States-Mexico Border, 1919-1921. El Paso, TX: Texas Western Press, ca1970. 67 p. (Southwest Studies, Monograph No. 26) DLC


Tyler, John C. Selections from the Letters and Diary of John Cowperthwaite Tyler, from August, 1917 to September, 1918, Arranged by his Mother for his Nephews. . . Camden, NJ: Haddon Craftsmen, 1938. 152 p. NN



12th AIR SERVICE SQDN


Barners, L. Joe. "Lou." Salt, Sand, and Mud: A Story of a Typical Unit During World War II as seen through the eyes of a member of that Squadron. Rosewell, GA: Mountain Air Pub., 1993. 139 p. DLC



12th TAC RECONNAISSANCE SQDN


Brief History of the 12th Tactical Reconnaissance Squadron, 1917-1967. N.p.: ca1967. 35 lvs. CoCA



12th TROOP CARRIER SQDN


Memoirs, 12th Troop Carrier Sq., 1940-1944. N.p.: ca1944. AFHRC


Donoven, John. 12th Troop Carrier Squadron History in Cartoons, 1940-1945. N.p.: ca1945. 44 lvs. PCarlMH



13th AERO SQDN


See under 13th Bombardment Squadron, see Waller and Elliott titles.



13th BOMBARDMENT SQDN


[13th Aero Squadron]


13th Bomb Squadron, Ubon RTAFB, Thailand, 1970-1972. N.p.: BSO Print. and Pub. Co., 1972. 85 p. AFHRC


131 13th, the Devil's Own Grim Reapers, Fall & Winter, 1952. N.p.: ca1952. 136 p. AFHRC


13. The Devil's Own Grim Reapers, Spring and Summer 1953. N.p.: 1953. 156 p. AFHRC


Elliott, Stuart E. Wooden Crates & Gallant Pilots. Philadelphia: Dorrance & Co., 1974. 275 p. DLC


Hyman, S. D. The Devil's Own Grim Reapers. Hiroshima, Japan: Hiroshima Pub. Co., ca1951. 112 p.


Waller, Howard M. History of the 13th Aero Squadron, June 12, 1917 to April 1919. Dayton, OH: n.d. 41 p.



13th TROOP CARRIER SQDN


Yeomans, William C., and others, editors. Two Years c/o Postmaster, a Pictorial Essay, 13th Troop Carrier Squadron, New Caledonia to Philippines. . . Sydney: John Sands, 1946. 46 lvs. NN



14th LIAISON SQDN


Dickinson, Charles S. Month by Month with the Fourteenth Liaison Squadron, March 2, 1942, through V-E Day, May 1945. Munich: R. Oldenbourg, 1945. 57 p. PCarlMH



15th PHOTO RECON SQDN


15th Photo Squadron, 1943-44 Yearbook. N.p.: ca1944. CoCA



15th TROOP CARRIER SQDN


Yuhasz, Joseph and Rosemary. History of the Fifteenth Troop Carrier Squadron, 1940-1945: An Airborne C-47 Squadron. Midvale, UT: J. Yuhasz, 1994. 314 p. DLC



17th AERO SQDN


Clapp, Frederick M. A History of the 17th Aero Squadron. Nil actum reputans si quid superesset agendum. December, 1918. Garden City: Country Life Press, 1920. 171 p. DLC


132 C. Addresses of Next of Kin of Officers and Home Addresses of Enlisted Men of the 17th Aero Squadron. N.p.: 1920. 10 p. CoCA


Corse, Irving P. Letters to his Family from Irving P. Corse, Lt., U.S. Army Air Forces. Brigaded with R.F.C., later R.A.F., World War I. Minneapolis: Jenson Print. Co., 1921. 27 lvs.


See Fowler, under 148th Aero Squadron entries.


Reed, Otis L. and George Roland. Camel Drivers: The 17th Aero Squadron in World War I. Atglen, PA: Schiffer Pub., 1996. 155 p. DLC


Sherman, Telgar, and others. The Seventeenth: The Squadron with a Reputation. Portland, OR: Boyer Print. Co., ca1919. 16 lvs.


Todd, Robert M. Sopwith Camel Fighter Ace. Falls Church, VA: AJAY Enterprises, 1978. 112 p. DLC


[Ubek, Frank J.]. Reminiscing with 17th Aero Squadron. Dayton, OH: 1968. 4 lvs. Mimeo.



17th PHOTO RECON SQDN


Olsen, Leonard, and George A. Schiffert, editors. 17th Photo Reconnaissance Squadron, 13th U.S. Army Air Force. Los Angeles: Brown & de Haven, 1946. 127 p. AMAU


Vail, Richard M., and Charles T. Martin, editors. Strike, the Story of the Fighting 17th. Sydney: Jackson & O'Sullivan, 1945. 244 p. NN



18th WEATHER SQDN


A History of the Eighteenth Weather Squadron, May 14, 1942 to June 30, 1960. N.p.: Incunabula Press, 1977. 22 p. DLC


Brown, Ewing F. The Weathermen Let Them Fly: Memories from the 18th Weather Squadron of the Mighty Eighth, and the USSTAF Weather Central that coordinated it all. Pennsylvania Furnace, PA?: Memorial Museum Foundation, 1993. 110 p. DLC


See also under 385th Bombardment Group, Leonard title.



19th RECONNAISSANCE SQDN


133 19th Reconnaissance Squadron. N.p.: 19th Tac Recon Sqdn., 1956. 58 p.



19th TAC FIGHTER SQDN


19th Tactical Fighter Sq. History, 1917-1945. Dallas, TX: Taylor Pub. Co., 1985. 128 p.



20th AERO SQDN


Barth, Clarence G. History of the Twentieth Aero, First Day Bombardment Group, First Pursuit Wing, Air Service, First Army, American Expeditionary Forces, Compiled from Official Records, Personal Notes and Recollections. Winona, MI: Winona Labor News, ca1919. 100 p. AMAU


Martin, Cy. Men of the Twentieth: The Story of the 20th Aero Squadron. Manhattan, KS: Military Affairs/Aerospace Historian Pub., 1974. 127 p. AMAU



20th RECONNAISSANCE SQDN


Squadron History: The 20th Photographic Sqdn. (H). N.p.: ca1943. 31 lvs. CoCA



21st WEATHER SQDN


History of the 21st Weather Squadron. N.p.: 1945. 2 vols.



22nd AERO SQDN


Brooks, Arthur R. Experiences of Capt. A. R. Brooks "Ace", U.S. Air Service: As Published in the Framingham Evening News. N.p.: ca1919. 13 lvs. PCarlMH


Musciano, Walter A. Capt. Arthur Ray Brooks: America's Quiet Ace of W.W. I. New York: Hobby Helpers, 1963. 72 p. NjP



22nd BOMBARDMENT SQDN


Boyd, John. Tenko! Rangoon Jail: The Amazing Story of Sgt. John Boyd's Survival as a POW in a Notorious Japanese Prison Camp. Padacuh, KY: Turner Pub. Co., 1996. DLC


134 Hayward, David K., editor. Eagles, Bulldogs & Tigers: History of the 22nd Bomb Squadron in China-Burma-India. Huntington Beach, CA: The Association, 1997. 294 p. DLC


Twees, Donald E., editor. The Bombing Bull Dogs, 22nd Bombardment Squadron, 341st Bombardment Group (M), 14th Air Force, China, 1945. Chicago: 1946. 52 p.



22nd FIGHTER SQDN


The Ceremony of Unveiling the Tablet to the Fallen of the 22nd Pursuit Squadron, American Expeditionary Forces. New York: 1920. 20 lvs.


Cupples, William H. My Helpful Angel Flew with Me. Hicksville, NY: Exposition Press, 1975. 94 p. ODaWu


Mahaney, Lloyd A., editor. 22nd Fighter Squadron. Gottingten: Muster Schmidt, 1945. 44 lvs. DLC



22nd TROOP CARRIER SQDN


Ford, Wm., and others. Welcome Aboard, 22nd Troop Carrier Squadron (H) "Double Deuce." Japan: Hideo Otake Hakuodo, 1955. 28 p.



23rd BOMBARDMENT SQDN


23rd Bombardment Squadron, Luke Field, Oahu, Hawaii. Organization Day, June 16, 1926. N.p.: ca1926. 8 p. PCarlMH



23rd PHOTO RECON SQDN


23th Photo Reconnaissance Squadron of the Hawkeye Group under the Fifth Air Force. Indianapolis, IN: John R. Aikin, n.d. 124 p.



23rd TROOP CARRIER SQDN


The Twenty-third Troop Carrier Squadron. N.p.: n.d. 10 lvs.


135 24th WEATHER SQDN


Faulbaum, Margaret C. Organizational History of the 24th Weather Squadron, 1943-1981. Scott AFB, IL: AWS Office of History, 1981. 9 p. AFHRC



25th AERO SQDN


Brown, Warren J. Child Yank Over the Rainbow Division, 1918. Largo, FL: Aero-Medical Consultants, ca1975. 289 p. MHI



25th LIAISON SQDN


Leslie, P. Robert. Unknown Pilot of World War II. Liaison Pilot W. H. Arnold's Illustrated Journey to War. N.p.: Bradshaw Bros., 1984. 95 p. DAMH



26th WEATHER SQDN


Fuller, John F. Organizational History of the 26th Weather Squadron, 1943-1970. Scott AFB, IL: AWS Office of History, 1981. 22 p. AFHRC



27th AERO SQDN


Hall, Norman S. The Balloon Buster: Frank Luke of Arizona. New York: Doubleday, Doran & Co., 1928. 191 p. AMAU


--- ---. New York: Arno Press, 1972. 191 p. (Reprint of the 1928 edition) DLC


See also under 1st Pursuit Group, Hartney title.



27th FIGHTER SQDN


Lawson, Frank. War Diary, 27th Fighter Squadron. Baltimore, MD: Gateway Press, 1997. 149 p. DLC



27th PHOTO SQDN


136 Farrow, Vern L., editor. Squadron 27. N.p.: 1945. 31 lvs.



27th TROOP CARRIER SQDN


Burwell, Lewis C., Jr. Scrapbook, a Pictorial and Historical Record of the Deeds, Exploits, Adventures, Travels, and Life of the Twenty-seventh Troop Carrier Squadron for the Year 1944. . . Charlotte, NC: Lassiter Press, 1947. 130 p. DLC



29th TROOP CARRIER SQDN


Harkiewicz, Joseph. We Are the 29th Troop Carrier Squadron, WWII. Orlando, FL: 1990. 337 p. DLC



30th BOMBARDMENT SQDN


Sjostrom, Dorothea C. Dick Smith, Bomber Pilot. Beach Haven, NJ: The Author, 1944. 197 p. DLC



30th DEPOT REPAIR SQDN


McBride, Joseph P., and Joseph M. McLaughlin. 30th Depot Repair Squadron, 30th Air Depot Group, 1942-1945. Philadelphia: 30th Depot Repair Squadron Assn., 1977. 160 p. DLC



30th PHOTO RECON SQDN


The 30th in the ETO. . . Gottingten: Muster-Schmidt, 1945. 48 p. NN



31st PHOTO RECON SQDN


Flavin, John E., and William J. Fletcher. The Story of the 31st Photo Reconnaissance Squadron, a History of the Squadron from Colorado and Oklahoma Growing Pains to Mobile Operations in France and the Occupation of Germany. Nurnberg: 1945. 94 p.



32nd PHOTO RECON SQDN


137 Ostergaard, Albert J., editor. Eyes Over Europe: the 32nd Photo Reconnaissance Squadron of San Severo, Italy, 1944-1945. Ellisville, MO: A. J. Ostergaard, 1996. 218 p. DLC



32nd TAC FIGHTER SQDN


32nd Tactical Fighter Squadron, 1954-1979. HG Valkenburg, the Netherlands: Speciale Vilgaven Holland B. V., ca1979. 56 p. DAFH


Briley, Vernon L. History of the 32D TFS (Camp New Amsterdam) and Soesterberg AB, the NL. 22 Dec 1939-30 Jun 1984. APO New York: Office of History, 32nd Tactical Fighter Sq., ca1984. 22 p.


Loeber, Hans, and Gerard H. Sprenger. 32 TFS: het enige AKoninklijke@ Amerikaanse Squadron. Direren: Bataafsche Leeuw, 1984. 78 p. DLC



32nd TROOP CARRIER SQDN


Van Reken, Donald L. 32nd Troop Carrier Squadron. Holland: 1989. 204 p.



33rd PHOTO RECON SQDN


33rd Photo Recon. Squadron '44, European Theater of Operations. N.p.: n.d. 67 p.



33rd TROOP CARRIER SQDN


Wamsley, George. American Fly-boy. New York: Vantage Press, 1993. 199 p. DLC



34th BOMBARDMENT SQDN


Earl, O. K., editor. "The Thunderbird goes to War," a Diary of the 34th Bombardment Squadron in World War II. Springville, UT: Art City Pub. Co., 1947. 227 p. DLC



34th FIGHTER SQDN


Dyess, William E. The Dyess Story, the Eye-witness Account of the Death March from Bataan and Narrative of Experiences in Japanese Prison Camp and Eventual Escape. New York: G. P.


138 Putnam's Sons, 1944. 182 p. AMAU


34th. N.p.: ca1945. 60 p.


See also under Dyess Air Force Base, 1976 title.



35th FIGHTER SQDN


35th Fighter Squadron "Black Panthers" in Japan and Korea, 1950-1951. Japan?: ca1951. 81 lvs.



36th BOMBARDMENT SQDN


Hutton, Stephen. Squadron of Deception: The 36th Bomb Squadron in World War II. Atglen, PA: Schiffer Pub., 1999. 216 p. DLC



36th TAC FIGHTER SQDN


History of the 36th Tactical Ftr. Sq., 12 June 1917-31 Dec 1982. Second Edition. Osan Air Base, Korea: Office of History, 51st Tactical Ftr. Wing, ca1983. [28] p.



38th TROOP CARRIER SQDN


38th Troop Carrier Squadron, Camp Mackall, North Carolina, Army Air Force Troop Carrier Command. Baton Rouge: Army Navy Pub. Co., ca1944. 89 p. NN



39th FIGHTER SQDN


Rothgeb, Wayne P. New Guinea Skies: A Fighter Pilots View of World War II. Ames: Iowa State Univ. Press, 1992. 200 p. DLC


Stranaway, John. Cobra in the Sky: Combat History of the 39th Fighter Squadron, 1939-1980. Temple City, CA: Historical Aviation Album, 1982. 48 p. DLC



41st TROOP CARRIER SQDN


139 Weinshelbaum, David B., editor. Downwind, the Story of the 41st Troop Carrier Squadron, World War II. Philadelphia: Westbrook Pub. Co., 1950. 65 lvs. NN



44th FIGHTER SQDN


Starke, William H. Vampire Squadron: A History of the 44th Fighter Squadron in WWII, 1941- 1945. Anaheim, CA: Robinson Typographics, 1985. 208 p. DLC



45th TAC RECON SQDN


45th Tactical Reconnaissance Squadron. N.p.: ca1951. 158 p. AFHRC


The Viewfinder. Misawa, Japan, 1958. Sapporo Hokkaido, Japan: Tenshi-In Print. Press, 1958. 67 p. AFHRC



46th RECON SQDN


Wack, Fred J. The Secret Explorers: The Sage of the 46th/72nd Reconniassance Squadron. Turlock, CA: Seeger's Prints, 1992. 165 p. DLC


White, Ken. World in Pearl: The Origin, Mission, and Scientific Findings of the 46th/72nd Reconnaissance Squadron. Elkhart, IN: K. White, 1992. 297 p. DLC



47th BOMBARDMENT SQDN


The Crow Flight, 47th Bomb Sq. (M). N.p.: 1945. 43 lvs.



47th TROOP CARRIER SQDN


Haffeman, Don. Historical Diary: 313th Troop Carrier Group, 47th Troop Carrier Squadron. Skokie, IL: Inter-Collegiate Press, 1978. 565 p. DLC



48th FIGHTER SQDN


The War Diary of the 48th Fighter Squadron (Twin Engine) Army Air Force. March Field: 1943. CoCA


140 48th MATERIEL SQDN


McGlothlin, Frank E. Barksdale to Bataan. History of the 48th Materiel Squadron, October 1940-April 1942. N.p.: 1984. 100 p. [8] p. AFHRC



50th AERO SQDN


Roll Call, 50th Aero Squadron, A.E.F. Akron: 50th Aero Sq. Association, 1938. 84 p.


Morse, Daniel P. The History of the 50th Aero Squadron, Being the Log and Operations of the Squadron While with the American Expeditionary Forces in France, 1918-19, with Other Sundry items of Interest to Former Members of the Squadron and Personal Recollections by the Author. New York:


Blanchard Press, 1920. 94 p. DLC


--- ---. Nashville, TN: Battery Press, 1997. (Reprint of 1920 edition) DLC



50th TROOP CARRIER SQDN


Callahan, Robert E. On Wings of Troop Carriers in World War II. San Antonio, TX: Burke Pub. Co., 1997. DLC



53rd AERO SQDN


Roster of the 53rd Spruce Squadron and an Account of Its Work and Camp. N.p.: 1918. 40 p.



54th FIGHTER SQDN


Murray, Robert H. The Only Way Home. Waycross, GA: Brantley Printing Co., 1986. 159 p.



54th TROOP CARRIER SQDN


History of the 54th Troop Carrier Squadron. San Angelo, TX: Newsfoto Pub. Co., 1946. 33 lvs. CoCA



141 54th WEATHER RECON SQDN


History of the 54th Weather Reconnaissance Squadron, 1944-1985. Scott AFB, IL: 54th WRS Office of History, 1984. 47 p. AFHRC



56th AIR DISARMAMENT SQDN (PROV)


Remember? A Summary of the Activities of the 56th Air Disarmament Sqdn. (Prov.). . . Aalen/Wart: Stierlin, 1945. 60 p. PCarlMH



56th DEPOT REPAIR SQDN


Dedication. To the Men of the 56th Depot Repair Squadron, the Few Who Taught So Many the Meaning of Service, This History is Dedicated. Guam: 1945. 34 lvs. PCarlMH



56th STRATEGIC RECON SQDN


The Fighting 56th. 56th Strategic Reconnaissance Sq. - Medium Weather. Tokyo, Japan: Apollo Press, ca1951. 64 lvs.



57th TROOP CARRIER SQDN


Pennock, H., and James M. Healey, editors. Saga of the Biscuit Bomber, with the 57th Troop Carrier Squadron in the Southwest Pacific Theater. Sydney: Halstead Press, 1945. 131 p. NN



58th FIGHTER SQDN


Rosser, Harold C. No Hurrahs for Me. Sevierville, TN: Covenant House Books, 1994. 272 p.



60th FIGHTER SQDN


Covington, Robert L. The War Diaries of Sgt. Robert L. Covington: 60th Fighter Squadron, 33rd Fighter Group, U.S. Army Air Corps, November 1942-February 1945. Blacksburg, VA: Pocahontas Press, 1998. DLC



142 60th TROOP CARRIER SQDN


Miley, Robert. But Never a Soldier. N.p.: 1984.



61st SERVICE SQDN


Morrow, James E., editor. 61st Service Squadron, a Historical Record of the Days Spent in the Southwest Pacific Area. Ottumwa, IA: Messenger Print. Co., 1946. 120 p. AFHRC



63rd BOMBARDMENT SQDN


Murphy, James T., with A. B. Feuer. Skip Bombing. Westport, CT: Praeger, 1993. 179 p. DLC



63rd FIGHTER SQDN


Trulock, John H. And So It Was: Memories of a World War II Fighter Pilot, 63rd Fighter Squadron, 56th Fighter Group, England, 1943-44. Walterboro, SC: Press and Standard, 1988. 156 p.


--- ---. Revised Edition. Walterboro, SC: Press and Standard, 1989. 156 p.



64th TROOP CARRIER SQDN


64th T. C. Sq.: 13 Jungle Air Force. Sydney: Waite & Bull, 1945. 88 p. NN



65th FIGHTER SQDN


A Memoir of Michael Theodore Silver by His Parents. N.p.: Privately Printed, 1947. 70 p. OCa



66th FIGHTER SQDN


Call Jackpot. Story of the Sixty-Sixth Fighter Squadron. . . Italy: ca1945. 38 p., 8 lvs.


Schoenfield, Albert, with contributions by Gerald E. Smith and Louis Lederman. The Saga of the Exterminators Squadron: The Combat History of the 66th Fighter Squadron, 1941-1945: An Enlisted Man's Perspective. San Luis Obispo, CA: Direct Imaging, 1994. 256 [20] p. DLC


143 67th BOMBARDMENT SQDN


Lundy, Will. History of the 67th Bombardment Squadron, 44th Bomb Group, the Flying Eight Balls. San Berardino, CA: W. Lundy, 1984. 355 p. AMAU



67th FIGHTER SQDN


See under 11th Bombardment Group, 1945 title.



67th TROOP CARRIER SQDN


"Sky Train," Adventures of a Troop Carrier Squadron, February 10, 1943-August 10, 1944. Sydney: Angus and Robertson, 1945. 217 p. DLC



68th BOMBARDMENT SQDN


Todd, Webb. History of the 68th Bomb Sq., 44th Bomb Grp.: The Flying Eightballs. N.p.: Privately printed, 1989. 345 p.



68th FIGHTER-INTERCEPTOR SQDN


[68th Fighter Sqdn]


Lightning Lancer: A Review of the 68th Fighter-Interceptor Squadron. Winchester, IN: Turner Print. Co., ca1953. [97] p. DLC


Brown, Richard F. Lightning Strikes Four Times: A Fighter Pilot's Story. N.p.: R. F. Brown, 1996. 86 p. DLC



71st BOMBARDMENT SQDN


Hollandia Destroyed! N.p.: n.d. 17 p.


Wright, Luke. 71st Bombardment Squadron. Sydney: 1944. 70 p.



71st FIGHTER SQDN


144 Arnold, Fredric. Doorknob Five Two. Los Angeles, CA: S. E. Maxwell, ca1984. 274 p. DLC



70th BOMBARDMENT SQDN


Larson, Harold V. Bombs Away! A History of the 70th Bombardment Squadron (M) in Early World War II. Manzanita, OR: Seacliff Press, 1998. 174 p. DLC



72nd LIAISON SQDN


Ably, Jean. . . .Interprete volant avec la 72e escadrille de liaison Americaine, France- Allemagne, 1944-1945. Grenoble: B. Arthaud, 1946. 22 p. (Text in French)



72nd RECONNAISSANCE SQDN


See under 46th Reconnaissance Sqdn.



74th FIGHTER SQDN


Kissick, Luther C., Jr. Guerrilla One. The 74th Fighter Squadron Behind Enemy Lines in China, 1942-45. Manhattan, KS: Sunflower Press, 1983. 128 p. DLC



74th TROOP CARRIER SQDN


The Seventy-fourth Troop Carrier Squadron. . . San Angelo, TX: Newsfoto Pub. Co., 1945. 47 lvs. AMAU



75th FIGHTER SQDN


Barnum, Burrall. Dear Dad. New York: Richard R. Smith, 1944. 158 p. OKentU


Little, Wallace H. Tiger Sharks! Memphis, TN: Castle Books, ca1987. 249 p. DLC



78th SERVICE SQDN


145 Stapp, Arthur. The 78th Album. Seattle: 78th Service Squadron, 1945.



79th AIR SERVICE SQDN


Jonas, Stanley M., and Marshall C. Rooke. Diary of the 79th Air Service Squadron, United States Army Air Forces. Raleigh, NC: Graphic Press, ca1945. 40 p.



79th AIRDROME SQDN


Stevenson, Richard. 79th Airdrome Sqdn.-Its History. Wernersville, PA: 1983. 17 p.



80th AIRDROME SQDN


A Short History and Complete Roster of the 80th Airdrome Sq. N.p.: ca1945. 24 p. PCarlMH



80th FIGHTER-BOMBER SQDN


Brownwell, Bill, and others, editors. 80th Fighter-Bomber Squadron "Headhunters" in Japan and Korea, 1950-1951. N.p.: ca1951.



81st BOMBARDMENT SQDN


Sexton, Winton K. Back Roads to Freedom. Kansas City, KS: Lowell Press, 1985. 179 p. DLC



81st TROOP CARRIER SQDN


Wolfe, Martin. Green Light: Men of the 81st Troop Carrier Squadron Tell Their Story. Philadelphia, PA: Univ. of Pennsylvania, Press, 1989. 498 p. DLC


---. Green Light! A Troop Carrier Squadron=s War from Normandy to the Rhine. New Edition. Washington: Center of Air Force History, 1993. 498 p. DLC



82nd FIGHTER CONTROL SQDN


History of the 82nd Fighter Control Squadron, 1942-1945. N.p.: 1945. 221 p. PCarlMH


146 83rd BOMBARDMENT SQDN


History and Log Book of the Eighty-third Bombardment Squadron, Twelfth Bomb Group (Medium), United States Army Air Forces. Newton Center, MA: Modern Print. Co., n.d. 182 p.



83rd FIGHTER-INTERCEPTOR SQDN


83rd Fighter Interceptor Squadron. Hamilton AFB, CA: ca1963. CoCA



84th BOMBARDMENT SQDN


Corhan, George A. 84th Bombardment Sqdn (L) Sculthorpe RAF Station Yearbook, 1955. Norwich, GB: Jarrold and Sons, 1955. MHI


Walker, Hugh H., and Dale W. Scott, editors. Yearbook of the 84th Bombardment Squadron (Jet), Sculthorpe RAF Base, England, 1952. Norwich, GB: Jarrold and Sons, 1952. MHI



84th TROOP CARRIER SQDN


Guild, Frank H., Jr. A Journey to the Far Shore: The Story of the 84th Troop Carrier Squadron. Tyler: City Print. Co., 1949. 142 p. DLC


Waltman, Charles. Life with the 84th Squadron of the 437th Troop Carrier Group. Mt. Prospect, IL: The Author, 1945. 125 p.



86th AERO SQDN


Piesbergen, Clarence F. Overseas with an Aero Squadron. Belleville, IL: News-Democrat Print., 1919. 73 p. NN



86th BOMBARDMENT SQDN


86th Bomb Squadron. The Lone Prowlers. Washington, DC: Guthrie Litho Co., n.d. AFHRC



147 88th AERO SQDN


Crosby, Wilson G. Fletcher Ladd McCordic, 1st Lieut., 88th Aero Squadron, A.E.F., 1918- 1919: A Tribute. Chicago: Privately Printed, 1921. 90 p. NN



89th AERO SQDN


Manger, Frank L., editor. The Zoomer,. . .an Illustrated Annual Year Book of the 89th Aero Squadron in the First World War. Council Bluffs: ca1918.



89th BOMBARDMENT SQDN


Houha, William F., and Conrad S. Stuntz. Altitude Minimum, 89th Bombardment Squadron (Light), Southwest Pacific. Sydney: Angus & Robertson, 1945. 149 p. DLC



90th AERO SQDN


See under 90th Bombardment Squadron, Carver title.



90th BOMBARDMENT SQDN


90th Bombardment Squadron Pair-o-dice; World War II Combat Log. N.p.: 1963. 469 p. CoCA


Carver, Leland M., and Gustaf A. Lindstrom. The Ninetieth Aero Squadron, American Expeditionary Forces, a History of Its Activities During the World War, from Its Formation to Its Return to the United States,. . . Hinsdale, IL: 1920. 91 p. DLC


--- ---. Nashville, TN: Battery Press, 1990. 90, [40] p. DLC



91st AERO SQDN


Kenney, George C. History of the 91st Aero Squadron, Air Service, U.S.A. Coblenz: Gebruder Breuer, 1919. 35 p.



91st BOMBARDMENT SQDN


148 Moody, Samuel B., and Maury Allen. Reprieve From Hell. New York: Pageant Press,1961. 213 p. PCarlMH



92nd TROOP CARRIER SQDN


Thorsen, Duane W. Faded Blue, Forest Green. Stoughton, WS: Printing House, 1994. 247 p. DLC



93rd BOMBARDMENT SQDN


Hardison, Priscilla, and Anne Wormer. The Suzy-Q. Boston: Houghton-Mifflin Co., 1943. 170 p. AMAU



93rd FERRYING SQDN


93rd Ferrying Squadron, 1943. N.p.: 1943. [96] p.



94th AERO SQDN


Tom's Letters. American Expeditionary Forces, 1917. N.p.: ca195-? 91, [18] p. PCarlMH


Campbell, Douglas. Let=s Go Where the Action Is! The Wartime Experiences of Douglas Campbell. Edited by Jack R. Eden. Lingstown: Jaare, 1984. 97 p,


Coolidge, Hamilton. Letters of an American Airman, Being the War Record of Capt. Hamilton Coolidge, U.S.A., 1917-1918. Boston: Privately Printed [Norwood: Plimpton Press], 1919. 231 p. AMAU


Hartz, Robert E. The 94th Aero Squadron Scrapbook. Annville, PA: Hiester Print. Co., 1930. 15 p. DLC


Kurtz, Paul B. Paul Borda Kurtz, First Lieutenant, 94th Aero Squadron, United States Army, 1893-1918. Philadelphia: 1923. 224 p. CoCA


Mullins, John D. Hello Spacebar this is Springcap. A History of the 94th Fighter Squadron in World War II. Kerrville, TX: Hillside Cottage Pub., 1991. 158, [13 ] p. DLC


149 Rickenbacker, Edward V. Fighting the Flying Circus. New York: Frederick A. Stokes Co., 1919. 371 p. DLC


--- ---. Philadelphia: J. B. Lippincott Co., 1919. 371 p. DLC


--- ---. Garden City, NY: Doubleday, 1965. 296 p. (Reprint of the 1919 edition)


--- ---. New York: Avon Books, 1967. 336 p. (Reprint of the 1919 edition) Gmar


--- ---. Folkestone, England: Bailey and Swinfen, 1973. 296 p. (Reprint of the 1919 edition) DLC



95th AERO SQDN


Book of Addresses of Officers and Enlisted Personnel of the 95th Aero Squadron, France, 1917-18- ? France[?]: ca1918. 20 p. PCarlMH


History of 95th Aero Squadron. First American Unit in Action. n.p.(France?): ca1918. 48 p.


Archibald, Norman. Heaven High, Hell Deep, 1917-1918. New York: Albert and Charles Boni, 1935. 350 p. OKentU


--- ---. New York: Arno Press, 1980. 350 p. (Reprint of the 1935 edition) AMAU


Blodgett, Michael F. The Life and Letters of Richard Ashley Blodgett, First Lieutenant, United States Air Service. Boston: MacDonald & Evans, Printers, ca1919. 181 p. DLC


Buckley, Harold. Squadron 95, . . .an Intimate History of the 95th Squadron, First American Flying Squadron to Go to the Front in the War of 1914-1918. Paris: Obelisk Press, 1933. 227 p. AMAU


--- ---. New York: Arno Press, 1972. 227 p. (Reprint of the 1933 edition) AMAU


Roosevelt, Kermit, editor. Quentin Roosevelt: A Short Sketch with Letters. New York: Scribner=s & Sons, 1921. 282 p. DLC


Russel, William M. A Happy Warrior, Letters of William Muir Russel, an American Aviator in the Great War, 1917-1918. . .a Family Memorial. Detroit: Saturday Night Press, 1919. 212 p. PCarlMH


Woolley, Charles. First to the Front: The Aerial Adventures of 1st Lt. Waldo Heinrichs and the 95th Aero Squadron, 1917-1918. Atglen, PA: Schiffer Pub., 1999. 244 p. DLC


150 95th FIGHTER SQDN


Carpenter, A. E., editor. We Are of Clay. Letters and "Random Jottings" of the late Lieut. "Chick" Rainear. P-38 Pilot Who Did a Job, Yet Wondered. Philadelphia: 1945. 95 p.



96th AERO SQDN


See under 96th Bombardment Squadron, Codman title.



96th BOMBARDMENT SQDN


[96th Aero Squadron]


In Memoriam Charles Patrick Anderson, First Lieutenant 96th Aero Squadron. N.p.: ca1921. 24 p. DLC


Clausen, Walt. G I Journey, 96th Bombardment Sq., 2nd Bombardment Gp. Seattle: 1970. 101 p. CoCA


Codman, Charles. Contact. Boston: Little, Brown & Co., 1936. 248 p. AMAU



99th FIGHTER SQDN


Dryden, Charles W. A-Train: Memoirs of a Tuskegee Airman. Tuscaloosa: Univ. of Alabama Press, 1997. 421 p. DLC


Francis, Charles E. The Tuskegee Airman, the Story of the Negro in the U.S. Air Force. Boston: Bruce Humphries, 1956. 225 p. CoCA


Halliburton, Warren J. The Fighting Redtails: America's First Black Airmen. New York: C.P.I., 1978. 48 p. NN


Holway, John B. Red Tails, Black Wings: The Men of America's Black Air Force. Las Cruces, NM: Yucca Tree Press, 1997. 345 p. DLC


Johnson, Hayden C. The Fighting 99th Air Squadron, 1941-45. New York: Vantage Press, 1987. 49 p. DLC


151 Palmer, Walter J. Flying with Eagles: Memoirs of an Original Tuskegee Airman. Indianapolis, IN: Nova Graphics, 1993. 88 lvs. DLC



99th MILITARY AIRLIFT SQDN


Baker, Raymond D. History of the 99th Military Airlift Squadron. Andrews AFB, DC: 89 MAW Office of History, 1988. 54 p.



102nd AERO SQDN


See under 102nd Observation Squadron, 1918 title.



102nd AIR RESCUE SQDN


Salute to the 102nd, New York Air National Guard, Fifty Years, 1922-1972. N.p.: ca1972. 16 p.



102nd OBSERVATION SQDN


First Anniversary Over Seas. 102 Aero Squadron A.E.F. Twenty Third Day of November One Thousand and Nine Hundred Eighteen. N.p.: ca1918.


Wenn, George H. History of the 102nd Observation Squadron. N.p.: 1956. 38 p. DNGuA



103rd AERO SQDN


[LAFAYETTE FLYING CORPS


& ESCADRILLE LAFAYETTE]


European War: The Franco-American Flying Corps. Paris: Bishop and Garret, ca1916. 23 p.


L'Escadrille des Sioux. Paris: Baudiniere, 1940. 219 p. DLC


Lafayette Escadrille and Flying Corps Address List of Pilots and Relatives, 1st February 1928. Paris: Herbert Clarke, 1928. 8 lvs.


Lafayette Escadrille Memorial. Paris: Herbert Clarke, 1928. 17 p. DSI


152 Aldrich, Nelson W., Jr. Tommy Hitchock: An American Hero. Gaithersburg, MD: Fleet St. Corp., 1985. 304 p. PPiU


Biddle, Charles J. The Way of the Eagle. New York: Scribner's Sons, 1919. 297 p. NN


---. Fighting Airmen: The Way of the Eagle. Stanley Ulanoff, editor. Garden City, NY: Doubleday & Co., 1968. 286 p. (Reprint of the 1919 edition) AMAU


Bowen, Robert S. They Flew to Glory: The Story of the Lafayette Flying Corps. New York: Lothrop, Lee & Sheppard Co., 1965. 160 p. FO


Briand, Paul L. In Search of Paradise: The Nordhoff-Hall Story. New York: Duell, Sloan and Pearce, 1966. 395 p. ODaWU


Carisella, Peter J., and James W. Ryan. The Black Swallow of Death. Boston: Marlborough House, 1972. 271 p. DLC


Chamberlain, Cyrus F. Letters of Cyrus Foss Chamberlain. A Member of the Lafayette Flying Corps. Minneapolis: 1918. 117 p. PCarlMH


Chapman, Charles W. Letters of Second Lieutenant Charles Wesley Chapman, Jr., December 19, 1894-May 3, 1918. Waterloo, IA: ca1919. 146 p. PCarlMH


Chapman, Victor E. Victor Chapman's Letters from France, with Memoir by John Jay Chapman. New York: Macmillan Co., 1917. 196 p. DLC


--- ---. New York: Macmillan Co., 1919. 198 p. DLC


Crowe, James R. Pat Crowe, Aviator: Skylark Views and Letters From France, Including the Story of "Jacqueline." . . New York: N. L. Brown, 1919. 220 p. NN


Drew, Sidney R. Life and Letters of Sidney Rankin Drew. Mrs. Sidney Drew, editor. New York: Cheltenham Press, 1921. 69 p. CCC


Flammer, Philip M. The Vivid Air, the Lafayette Escadrille. Athens, GA: Univ. of Georgia Press, 1981. 249 p. AMAU


Genet, Edmond C. C. An American for Lafayette. The Diaries of E.C.C. Genet, Lafayette Escadrille. Walt Brown, Jr., editor. Charlottesville: Univ. Press of Virginia, 1981. 224 p. DLC


---. War Letters of Edmond Genet, the First American Aviator Killed Flying the Stars and Stripes. Grace E. Channing, editor. New York: Scribner's Sons, 1918. 330 p. NN


153 Gordon, Dennis. Lafayette Escadrille: Pilot Biographies. Missoula, MT: Doughboy Historical Society, 1991. 271 p.


---. The Lafayette Flying Corps: The American Volunteers in the French Air Service in World War I. Atglen, PA: Schiffer Pub., 2000. 500 p. DLC


Hall, Bert, and John J. Niles. One Man's War: The Story of the Lafayette Escadrille. New York: Henry Holt & Co., 1929. 353 p. DLC


--- ---. New York: Arno Press, 1980. 353 p. (Reprint of the 1929 edition) DLC


Hall, James N. "En L'Air". (In the Air). Three Years On and Above the Three Fronts. New York: The New Library, 1918. 153 p. DLC


---. Flying with Chaucer. Boston: Houghton-Mifflin, 1930. 86 p. DLC


---. In the Air. Three Years On and Above Three Fronts. London: Hurst and Blackett, ca1918. 128 p. DSI


---. High Adventure: A Narrative of Air Fighting in France. Boston: Houghton-Mifflin Co., 1918. 239 p. AMAU


---. High Adventure. London: Constable & Co., 1918. 232 p. (English printing 1918 edition) DLC


Hall, James N., and Charles B. Nordhoff, editors. The Lafayette Flying Corps. Boston: Houghton Mifflin Co., 1920. 2 vols. AMAU


--- ---. Port Washington, NY: Kennikat Press, 1964. 875 p. (Reprint of the 1920 edition) DLC


Hall, James N., and N. Blackett. High Adventure: A Narrative of Air Fighting in France. London: J. Hamilton, 1934. 384 p. DSI


Hemish, H., editor. The Paul Baer Scrapbook. Fort Wayne, IN: Allen County-Fort Wayne [IN] Historical Society, 1968. 32 p.


Jablonski, Edward. Warriors with Wings: The Story of the Lafayette Escadrille. Indianapolis: Bobbs-Merrill, 1966. 206 p. DLC


Mason, Herbert M., Jr. The Lafayette Escadrille. New York: Random House, 1964. 340 p. AMAU


154 McConnell, James R. Flying for France with the American Escadrille at Verdun. Garden City, NY: Doubleday, 1918. 176 p. AMAU


Meeker, William H. William Henry Meeker, His Book. Boston[?]: Privately printed, 1917. 257 p. PCarlMH


Nichols, Alan H. Letters Home from the Lafayette Flying Corps. Nancy A. Nichols, editor. San Francisco: J. D. Huff, 1993. 296 p. DLC


Nordhoff, Charles B., and James N. Hall. Falcons of France, a Tale of Youth and the Air. Boston: Little Brown Co., 1949. 332 p. AMAU


---. The Fledgling. Boston: Houghton Mifflin Co., 1919. 201 p.


Parsons, Edwin C. Flight into Hell: The Story of the Lafayette Escadrille. London: J. Long, 1938. 255 p. DLC


---. The Great Adventure: The Story of the Lafayette Escadrille. Garden City, NY: Doubleday, Doran & Co., 1937. 335 p. DLC


---. I Flew with the Lafayette Escadrille. Indianapolis, IN: E. C. Seales & Co., 1963. 335 p. (Reprint of the 1937 edition) AMAU


--- ---. New York: Arno, 1972. 335 p. (Reprint of the 1935 edition) DLC


Prince, Norman. Norman Prince. A Volunteer Who Died for the Cause He Loved. . . Boston: Houghton-Mifflin Co., 1917. 74 p. DLC


Stein, Conrad. The Story of the Lafayette Escadrille. Chicago: Children's Press, 1983. 31 p. DLC


Thenault, Georges. L'Escadrille Lafayette. (Avril 1916-Janvier 1918). Paris: Hachette, ca1939. 127 p. DLC


---. The Story of the Lafayette Escadrille Told by Its Commander Captain Georges Thenault. Boston: Small, Maynard & Co., 1921. 172 p. DLC


Turner, George E. George Evans Turner, Jr. Flight Log and War Letters. New York: Whitney Press, 1936. 49 lvs. ArU


Walcott, Stuart. Above the French Line: Letters of Stuart Walcott, American Aviator, July 4,


155 1917 to December 8, 1917. Princeton, NJ: Princeton Univ. Press, 1918. 93 p. DSI


C. The Life Story of an American Airman in France. Extracts from the Letters of Stuart Walcott, Who Between July and December, 1917, Learned to Fly in French Schools of Aviation, Won Fame at the Front, and Fell Near Saint Souplet. Washington: ca1918. [85]-106 p. (Reprinted from the National Geographic Magazine, Jan, 1918.) DLC


Walker, Dale L. Only the Clouds Remain: Ted Parsons of the Lafayette Escadrille. Amsterdam, NY: Alandale Press, 1980. 72 p. DLC


Wellman, William A. Go Get 'em! The True Adventures of an American Aviator of the Lafayette Flying Corps Who was the only Yankee Flyer Fighting Over General Pershing's Boys of the Rainbow Division in Lorraine, When They First Went "Over the Top." Boston: L. C. Page & Co., 1918. 284 p. NN


Whitehouse, Arch. Legion of the Lafayette: The Story of the Americans Who Formed the Lafayette Escadrille to Fly with the French in World War I. Garden City: Doubleday & Co., 1962. 338 p. AMAU


Woodward, Houston. A Year for France: War Letters. New Haven: Yale Pub. Assoc., 1919. 196 p. NN



104th AERO SQDN


Gilchrist, John W. S. An Aerial Observer in World War I. Richmond: The Author, 1966. 134 p. AMAU


---. The 104th Aero Squadron. Richmond, VA: Privately Printed, 1968. 146 p. AMAU



106th AERO SQDN


See under 800th Aero Squadron entry.



109th TAC RECONNAISSANCE SQDN


Warren, Hoyt M. The Making of a Spy in the Sky: A Story of a World War II Pilot. Abbeville, AL: Henry County Historical Society, 1982. 230 p. AMAU



156 111th FIGHTER SQDN


Dansford, James T., and others, editors. From Jennies to Jets. The Story of the 111th Fighter Squadron. 29 June 1923-29 June 1973. N.p.: Taylor Pub. Co., 1974. 304 p. DLC


Watson, W. E., Jr., editor. 111th Tactical Reconnaissance Squadron, Sept. 27, 1942. N.p.: ca1945. AFHRC



112th TAC CONTROL SQDN


112th Tactical Control Squadron, Pennsylvania Air National Guard, 1949-1974. 25 Years Serving the Community, the State, the Nation. N.p.: ca1974. [34] p. DNGuA



112th FIGHTER CONTROL SQDN


McGinley, Donald T., editor. 112th Tactical Fighter Squadron, 60th Anniversary, 1917-1977. N.p.: ca1977. 212 p.



113th AERO SQDN


113th Squadron (Engineers) Air Service, Aircraft Production, a Pictorial History of the Largest Squadron in the World, 1918-1919. N.p.: 1919. 44 p. NN



124th FIGHTER SQDN


The History of the 124th Fighter Squadron, 132nd Fighter Wing, 1941-1982. N.p.: Iowa Air National Guard, ca1983. 160 p.



125th LIAISON SQDN


125th Liaison Squadron. N.p.: n.d. 60 p. PCarlMH



131st FIGHTER-INTERCEPTOR SQDN


1947-1957, Tenth Anniversary 104th Fighter Group, 131st Fighter-Interceptor Squadron. N.p.: ca1957. 64 p. DNGuA


157 135th AERO SQDN


Hart, Percival G. History of the 135th Aero Squadron, from July 25 to November 11, 1918. Chicago: 1939. 178 p. AMAU


Smart, Lawrence L. The Hawks That Guided the Guns. Redondo Beach, CA: 1968. 70 p. AMAU



138th AERO SQDN


Captain Walter H. Schultze, the Peace Messenger, 1893-1919. In Memoriam. N.p.: 1925. 102 p. PCarlMH


History of the One Three Eight Aero, 1917-1918-1919. Lindsborg, KS: Bethany Print. Co., 1920. 20 p.



141st AERO SQDN


Davies, John. The Legend of Hobey Baker. Boston: Little, Brown & Co., 1966. 118 p. DLC



147th AERO SQDN


Clendenin, Kenneth W. 147th Aero Squadron Excerpts, World War One, 1918. Parkersburg, WV: The Author, 1964. 21 p. AFHRC


Rowe, Joseph P., Jr. Letters from a World War I Aviator. Collected and edited by Genevieve Bailey Rowe and Diana Rowe Doran. Boston: Sinclaire, 1986. 151 p.



148th AERO SQDN


Fowler, Thyrza B. Harold Fowler, 1886-1957. A Remembrance. New York: Privately Printed, 1960. 59 p. OKentU


[Grider, John M.] Items. Falls Church, VA: Ajay Pubs., 1977. 87 p. DLC


---. Marse John Goes to War. Josephine Grider Jacobs, editor. Memphis, TN: Davis Print. Co.,


158 1933. 111 p. DLC


---. War Birds; Diary of an Unknown Aviator. New York: Grosset & Dunlop, 1926. 277 p. MWH


--- ---. New York: George H. Doran Co., 1926. 277 p. AMAU


--- ---. London: J. Hamilton, 1927. 277 p. (English printing of 1926 edition) AMAU


--- ---. Garden City, NY: Sun Dial Press, 1938. 277 p. (Reprint of the 1926 edition) MWH


--- ---. Fort Mill, SC[?]: ca1951. 156 p. (abridged reprint of the 1926 edition) DLC


--- ---. London: Temple, 1966. 166 p. (Abridged reprint of 1926 edition) CCHis


Skelton, Marvin L. Callahan, the Last War Bird. Manhattan, KS: Military Affairs/Aerospace Historian, 1980. 143 p. KMK


Springs, Elliott W. Above the Bright Blue Sky, More About the War Birds. 1st Edition. Garden City: Doubleday, Doran, 1928. 275 p. DLC


--- ---. New York: Grosset & Dunlap, 1928. 275 p. MdBU


--- ---. London: Hamilton, 1935. 248 p. (English printing of the 1928 edition) NN


Taylor, William P., and Francis L. Irwin. Francis L. "Spike" Irwin's War Diary and the History of the 148th Aero Squadron, Aviation Section. . . Manhattan, KS: Military Affairs/Aerospace Historian, 1974. 11, 25, 128, 62 lvs. AMAU


---. History of the 148th Aero Squadron, Aviation Section, U.S. Army Signal Corps, A.E.F.- B.E.F., 1917-1918. . . Lancaster, SC: Tri-County Pub. Co., 1957. 128 p., [43] lvs., [62] p., [6] lvs. AFHRC



154th OBSERVATION SQDN


50th Anniversary, 1925-1974. 154th Observation Sq. "We Lead" "From Jennies to Jets." N.p.: ca1975. 100 p. DAFH


Gillies, Frederick W. The Story of a Squadron: An Illustrated Overseas War Diary-Album, 1942-1945, 154th (Observation Reconnaissance) Weather Reconnaissance Squadron. Medford, MA: 1946. 137 p. NN


159 160th TAC RECON SQDN


380th Fighter-160th TAC Rec Squadron. History, February 1943-August 1945. Eschwege, Germany: ca1945. 142 p.



162nd TAC RECON SQDN


162nd Tactical Reconnaissance Sq. Night Photographic, 1950. N.p.: 1951. 28 p.



167th FIGHTER SQDN


Smith, Jack A. The Coonskin-Boys: Men and Mustangs of the 167th Fighter Squadron, West Virginia Air National Guard, A Pictorial History. Charleston, WV: Pictorial Histories Pub., 1987. 46 p. DLC


---. Mountaineer Sabres: A Pictorial History 167th Fighter Squadron, West Virginia Air National Guard, 1955-1961. Charleston, WV: Pictorial Histories Pub. Co., 1988. 56 p. DLC



168th AERO SQDN


McCullough, John M. We Flew with One Wing. Philadelphia: Dorrance, 1977. 50 p. PGC



174th AERO SQDN


History of "the Black Cat Squadron," 174th Aero Squadron, 1917-1919. N.p.: ca1919. 56 p. CoD



185th FIGHTER SQDN


Masterson, George N. History of the 185th Fighter Squadron, Oklahoma National Guard. Oklahoma City, OK: 45th Infantry Division Museum, 1991. 18 p. (Museum Monograph No. 17) DLC



188th FIGHTER SQDN


160 Arnold, Rhodes. Enchilada Air Force. Reserve, NM: Privately Printed, 1897. 125 p.



191st FIGHTER SQDN


Vaportrails. 1949. 191st Fighter Squadron. Chicago: Smith, ca1950. 64 p. DNGuA



210th ELECTRONICS INSTALLATION SQDN


Murawski, Robert F., editor. 210th Electronic Installation Squadron, 10th Anniversary, 1971- 1981. N.p.: ca1982. 66 p.



213th AERO SQDN


Thomas, Ritchie, and Carl M. Becker. An American Pursuit Pilot in France, Roland W. Richardson's Diaries and Letters, 1917-1919. Shippensburg, PA: White Mane Pub Co., 1994. 198 p. DLC



303rd TROOP CARRIER SQDN


Beeson, Colin R. The Glider Pilot at Home and Overseas. Manhattan, KS: Military Affairs/Aerospace Historian Pub., 1978. 257 p. DLC



312th DEPOT REPAIR SQDN


Coen, Lloyd A., editor. One Year, 312 DRS, 41st ADG. Luglio, Italy: 1944. 94 p.



312th FERRYING SQDN


312th Ferrying Squadron. Levallois, France: Societe Industrielle D'Imprimrie, n.d. 72 p.



316th FIGHTER SQDN


Johnson, James T., editor. A Personalized History of the 316th Fighter Squadron. Arlington, VA: 316th Fighter Squadron Foundation, 1981. 2 vols. DLC


161 319th BOMBARDMENT SQDN


Asterperious, 319th Heavy Bombardment Squadron in the South-west Pacific Area. Sydney: Angus & Robertson, 1944. 62 p.



319th DEPOT REPAIR SQDN


History of the 319th Depot Repair Squadron. Kingsport, TN: Kingscraft, ca1946. 208 lvs.



320th BOMBARDMENT SQDN


Moby Dick Heavy Bombardment Squadron, Southwest Pacific, 1942-1945. San Francisco: Schwabacher-Frey Co., 1945. 32 lvs.



320th TROOP CARRIER SQDN


Air Transport Unit (Green Hornet). Roswell-Kwajalein. N.p.: ca1946. 11 lvs. PCarlMH



321st BOMBARDMENT SQDN


Bombs Away. Sydney: John Sands, ca1944. 48 lvs. AFHRC



323rd AIR SERVICE SQDN


Rodrigues, Richard A. 323rd AIRS, the Story of the 323rd Air Service Squadron, 1942-1945. N.p.: ca1984. 68 p.



324th BOMBARDMENT SQDN


25 Missions. The Story of the Memphis Belle. New York: Training Aids Division, AAF, 1943. 36 p.



325th FIGHTER CONTROL SQDN


162 Sprager, Augustine J., editor. Goofin' Off with the 325th Fighter Control Squadron. Winston- Salem: Winston Print. Co., 1949. 40 p. PCarlMH



329th BOMBARDMENT SQDN


Komarek, W. J. "Red". "All the Best" A Toast to the 329th, B-24 Bomb Squadron. Baltimore, MD: Gateway Press, 1995. 203 p. DLC



339th FIGHTER SQDN


Harris, Brooklyn. Bill: A Pilot's Story. Macdoel, CA: B. Harris, 1995. 350 p. DLC



341st BOMBARDMENT SQDN


John Horton Ijams, Jr. August 27, 1918-January 12, 1943. N.p.: Privately Printed, 1948. 24 p.



341st FIGHTER SQDN


Borden, Horace L., Jr. Flier's Reward, Fighter Pilot with the 341st Fighter Squadron in New Guinea and the Philippine Islands, 1943-1944. N.p.: 1947. 30 p.



342nd FIGHTER SQDN


Introducing the 342nd Fighter Squadron. Bedford Airdrome, Mass. N.p.: 1943. 42 lvs. CoD


342nd Fighter Squadron. Jacksonville: Douglas Print. Co., 1945. 125 lvs.


Wyper, William W. Youngest Tigers in the Sky. Palos Verdes, CA: The Author, 1980. 191 p. AMAU



344th AIR SERVICE SQDN


Peppers, Jerome G., Jr. A Pacific Diary, 1943-1945. 344th Service Squadron, 321st Service Group, 13th Air Force. N.p.: 1985. 80 p. Mimeo.



163 345th FIGHTER SQDN


McCann, Edward C. Thunder Over Boxtown, the Wartime Memos of an Air Force Squadron That Found Something Greater Than Glory. Pittsburgh: 1949. 109 p. PCarlMH



346th FIGHTER SQDN


Grove, George B., and others. The Memory is Still Fresh. Houston, TX: 1990. 300 p.



347th FIGHTER SQDN


Schiffman, Charles. An Unofficial and Historical History of the 347th Fighter Squadron, 350th Fighter Group, 12th Air Force, September 1942-October 1945. Stockton, CA: Atwood Print. Co., 1951. 159 p. DLC


See also under 354th Fighter Group, Morris title.



350th BOMBARDMENT SQDN


Sheridan, Jack W. They Never Had It So Good, the Personal, Unofficial Story of the 350th Bombardment Squadron (H), 100th Bombardment Group (H), USAAF, 1942-1945. San Francisco: Stark-Raith Print. Co., 1946. 165 p. DLC



350th FIGHTER SQDN


Bledsoe, Marvin. WWII Fighter Pilot. Oceanside, CA: 1980. 385 p. Mimeo.


---. Thunderbolt: Memoirs of a World War II Fighter Pilot. New York: Van Nostrand Reinhold Co., 1982. 282 p. DLC


Price, William J. Close Calls: Two Tours with the 350th Fighter Squadron, 353rd Fighter Group, 8th Air Force in WWII. Usk, WA: Aviation USK, 1992. 127 p. DLC



351st AERO SQDN


Martin, Walter L. History of 351st Aero Service Squadron. Okemah, OK: Ledger Print. Co., n.d. 22 p.


164 353rd BOMBARDMENT SQDN


Muirhead, John. Those Who Fall. New York: Random House, 1986. 258 p. DLC



369th BOMBARDMENT SQDN


Combat Diary. N.p.: 1945. 142 p.



370th FIGHTER SQDN


De Grave, Ernest P. 370th Fighter Squadron, Sept-Oct 1944. Pawtucket, RI: Privately Printed, 1945. 40+ lvs.



371st BOMBARDMENT SQDN


Moody, Dallas D. Aerial Gunner from Virginia, the Letters of Don Moody to His Family during 1944. William E. Hemphill, editor. Richmond: Virginia State Library, 1950. 366 p. PCarlMH



378th FIGHTER SQDN


378th Fighter Squadron. Philadelphia: Jefferies & Manz, ca1945. 195 p. AMAU



380th SERVICE SQDN


The History of the 380th Service Squadron. N.p.: ca1945. 10 p.



390th AIR SERVICE SQDN


Overseas with the 390th Sv. Sq. & Hq. Sq., Team "A," 74th Sv. Gp. Hamburg: H. O. Persiehl, ca1945. 114 p. NN



400th BOMBARDMENT SQDN


165 The Black Pirates, 1942-1944. Sydney: John Sands, ca1944. 96 p. AFHRC



404th BOMBARDMENT SQDN


Hora, Charles E. We Were There. Sacramento, CA: Pacific Litho Co., 194-? 2 vols. CoCA



405th BOMBARDMENT SQDN


Air Combat at 20 Feet, Selected Missions from a Strafer Pilot=s Diary. Fort Worth, TX: Magnetic North Enterprises, 1989. 454 p.


405th Bombardment Squadron (M) "Green Dragons": Statistical Data for 43 Months Overseas from January 1942 to September 1945. N.p.: 1945. 13 lvs.


Buszek, Ted C. The Flying Pink Elephants: A History of the 405th Bombardment Squadron, 1941-1945. Marietta, GA: Ted C. Buszek, 1988. DLC



407th AIR SERVICE SQDN


Lim, Christina M. and Sheldon H., and the Veterans of the 407th Air Service Squadron. In the Shadow of the Tiger: The 407th Air Service Squadron, Fourteenth Air Service Group, Fourteenth Air Force. Sacramento, CA: Griffin Print.: 1993. 225 p. DLC



408th FIGHTER SQDN


Sajed, Kemal. Thunderbolt Odyssey. Tulsa, OK: Stonewood Press, 1990. 160 p.



409th BOMBARDMENT SQDN


Martin, Ralph G. Boy from Nebraska: The Story of Ben Kuroki. New York: Harper Bros., 1946. 208 p. DLC



412th TROOP CARRIER SQDN


412th Troop Transport Squadron. Paducah, KY: Turner Pub. Co., 1990. 112 p. DLC


166 413th FIGHTER SQDN


Birkett, Kenneth N., editor. History of a Fighter Squadron, the 413th. Bayshore, NY: Shelbrick Pub. Co., 1945. 36 lvs. NN



415th NIGHT FIGHTER SQDN


Sargent, Frederick O. Night Fighters, an Unofficial History of the 415th Night Fighter Squadron. Madison, WI: Campus Pub. Co., 1946. 79 p. DLC



419th BOMBARDMENT SQDN


Baxley, Joe. History of the 419th Bomb Squadron (H): 1942-1945 & 1961-1964. Baltimore: Gateway Press, 1992. 214 p. DLC


Gardner, Jesse H. Beachheads and Black Widows: A South Pacific Diary. n.p.[Pittsburgh, PA: Herrmann Print. & Litho]: 1995. 135 p. DLC



422nd NIGHT FIGHTER SQDN


McEwen, Charles, Jr. 422nd Night Fighter Squadron, WWII, European Theater. . . N.p.: 422nd Night Fighter Assn., 1983. 113 p. AMAU



428th FIGHTER SQDN


Steinko, John T. The Geyser Gang: The History of 428th Fighter Squadron in World War II. Minneapolis, MN: Roma Associates, 1986. 352 p. DLC



429th NIGHT FIGHTER SQDN


Swindt, Kar. 429th Fighter Squadron, the "Redtail" Gang: European Theater, World War II. Sacramento, CA: Heritage Pub., 1978. 472 p. DLC



430th FIGHTER SQDN


167 Shennan, Alexander F. The Backdoor Gang. Ann Arbor: Edwards Bros., 1950. 90 p. NN



442nd TROOP CARRIER SQDN


Beeson, Colin R. The Glider Pilot War at Home and Overseas. Manhattan, KS: Military Affairs/Aerospace Historian Pub., 1978. 257 p. DLC



449th FIGHTER-INTERCEPTOR SQDN


Harmon, Thomas. Pilots Also Pray. New York: Thomas Y. Crowell Co., 1944. 182 p. FJ


Shloyiak. 1953. The Year Book of the 449th Fighter Interceptor Squadron. Ladd Air Force Base, Alaska. N.p.: ca1953. 36 lvs.



451st BOMBARDMENT SQDN


Lipkis, Leon G., editor. 451st Bombardment Squadron. Fresno, CA: 1947. 194 p.



455th BOMBARDMENT SQDN


455th Bombardment Squadron, 323rd Bomb Group (M), Whitetail Marauders, Prisoners of War, Missing in Action, Roll of Honor & Reported for Duty with the Squadron Beyond. Falls Church?: 455th Bombardment Sqdn Association, 1994. DLC


Marauder Squadron Albums: A Trilogy from the 455th Bombardment Squadron. N.p.: 455th Bombardment Squadron Assn., 1996. 3 vols. DLC


Goldsmith, Benedict I. World War II Combat Drawings and Memoirs of Benedict I. Goldsmith, 1943-45. Falls Church, VA: 455th Bomb Sqdn Association, 1995. DLC



459th FIGHTER SQDN


Fielder, James M. A History of the 459th Fighter Squadron: The Twin Dragons, CBI, 1943- 1945. Universal City, TX: James M. Fielder, 1993. 181 p. DLC



463rd AERO SQDN


168 De Golyer, Homer L., editor. The History of the Four Hundred and Sixty-third Aero Squadron. . . N.p.: ca1919. 95 p. DLC



464th AERO SQDN


Combattre Premier de la 464th Aero Squadron, Somewhere in France, Aug. 7, 1918. Paris: Devambrz, Graveur, ca1918. 10 p.



464th FIGHTER SQDN


"Battle Stars" 464th Fighter Squadron from Bruning, Nebraska to Ie Shima, Ryukyus. N.p.: n.d. 58 p. DLC



465th FIGHTER SQDN


The Jug. Ashland, OR: Ashland Print. Co., 1946. 72 p. PCarlMH



469th AERO SQDN


469th Aero Squadron, Formerly the 57th Aero Squadron: Being an Account of Squadron Activities in the World War 1917-18-19. N.p.: ca1919. 58 p. CoD



484th AERO SQDN


History 484th Aero Squadron, American Expeditionary Forces. Hampton, VA: Houston Print. and Pub. House, 1920. 50 p. DLC



484th BOMBARDMENT SQDN


See under 505th Bombardment Group.



485th AERO SQDN


History, 485th Aero Construction Squadron, U.S. Army, 1917, 1918, 1919. Garden City, NY:


169 192-? 152 p. DAL



486th FIGHTER SQDN


Sidney, Smiler, comp. Angus. 486th Fighter Squadron. Norwich, England: Soman-Wherry Press, ca1945. 46 p.



487th BOMBARDMENT SQDN


487th Squadron Album, 487th Bombardment Squadron, 340th Bombardment Group (M), United States Army Air Forces. Trenton: Hibbert Print. Co., 1944. 181 p.



487th FIGHTER SQDN


The "Hunters," the 487th Fighter Squadron. N.p.: 1945. 16 lvs. NN



488th BOMBARDMENT SQDN


Round the World With 488th. A More or Less Factual Narrative Supported by On-the-Spot Evidence. Chicago: Smith, 1946. 178 p. AFHRC



489th BOMBARDMENT SQDN


Casper, Jack A., and Ver Keljik, editors. History and Personnel; 340th Bomb Group; Combat Campaigns Participated in by the 489th Bomb Squadron (M). Minneapolis: Independent Press, 1947. 247 p. DLC



491st BOMBARDMENT SQDN


Davenport, Douglas, editor. Achievements-491 Bombardment Squadron, 10th USAAF, India Edition, 1943. Calcutta, India: Baptist Mission Press, 1943. 72 p.



493rd FIGHTER SQDN


Cooper, Jacob L. The 493rd Fighter Squadron in World War II. St Petersburg, FL: Southern


170 Heritage Press, 1996. 296 p.



498th BOMBARDMENT SQDN


The Falcons. History of the 498th Medium Bombardment Squadron, United States Army Air Corps. Oxford, MS: Mullen Print. Co., ca1945. 84 p.



499th AERO SQDN


Harper, William J. History of the 499th Aero Squadron from Langley Field, Virginia to St. Nazaire, France, 1918 and 1919. N.p.: ca1919. 22 lvs. PCarlMH



499th BOMBARDMENT SQDN


Ferguson, Max B. Bats Outa Hell over Biak. Charleston, IL: 1991. 153 p.



506th BOMBARDMENT SQDN


Kiefer, Norman C. The Green-nosed Flying 8-Balls: A History of the 506 Bomb Squadron. Belleville, MI: 506th History Publications, ca1993. 665 p. DLC



508th FIGHTER SQDN


Dear Dick and App. N.p.: n.d. 383 p.



510th BOMBARDMENT SQDN


Journal of 510th Bombardment Squadron (H). Volume II. N.p.: 1945. 242 p.


School, Rick, and Jeff Rogers. Valor at Polebrook, the Last Flight of Ten Horsepower. Kimberly, WI: Cross Roads, 2000. 142 p.



510th FIGHTER SQDN


Mohale, Charles D. Jenkins' Jerry Junkers, the WWII 510th Fighter Squadron. California: 1984.


171 140 p.



511th FIGHTER SQDN


Hess, Dean E. Battle Hymn. New York: McGraw-Hill Book Co., 1956. 246 p. DLC



512th FIGHTER SQDN


Overseas with the 512th Fighter Squadron. Brussels: Ad Goemaere, 1945. 26 lvs. NN



513th BOMBARDMENT SQDN


Thomas, Rowan T. Born in Battle: Round the World Adventures of the 513th Bombardment Squadron. Philadelphia: John C. Winston Co., 1944. 367 p. AMAU


--- ---. Washington: Zenger, ca1979. 367 p. (Reprint of the 1944 edition) DLC



514th FIGHTER SQDN


514th Fighter Squadron, the Raider Squadron, Battle Participation: Air Offensive of Europe; Normandy; Northern France; Ardennes-Alsace; Central Europe; Rhine. Brussels: J. E. Goosens, ca1945. 49 p. DLC


Beck, Levitt C., Jr. Fighter Pilot. Los Angeles, CA: Wetzel Pub. Co., 1946. 200 p. DLC



525th BOMBARDMENT SQDN


Linsky, William C., editor. The Hunbusters. Kimbolton: 1944. 42 lvs. NN



525th FIGHTER SQDN


The Story of an Invader Squadron, the 525th Fighter Squadron, 86th Fighter Group, Covering the Period from Activation to V-E Day, May 8, 1945. Heidelberg: Heidelberger Gutenberg-Druckerei, ca1945. 37 p. NN



172 527th FIGHTER SQDN


Howard, Sid. Odyssey of an Invader Squadron or Lost in Spaghetti Latitudes, 1945. Italy: 1945. [20] p. Mimeo. AFHRC



530th FIGHTER SQDN


530th Fighter Squadron, 1942- ? Midwest City, OK: Scotch Directory and Mailing Service, 1947. 76 p.



533rd BOMBARDMENT SQDN


Comer, John. Combat Crew. A True Story of Flying and Fighting in World War II. Waco, TX: Texian Press, 1986. 268 p. DLC



552nd BOMBARDMENT SQDN


552-Second Anniversary in ETO. May 27, 1943-May 26, 1945. Souvenir Program. Liege, Belgium[?]: M. Abeels, ca1945. Broadside. 7 1/2 by 5 1/2 inches (19.1 x 13.9 cm).



555th BOMBARDMENT SQDN


Duncil, Charles W. Mission Accomplished: 555th "Red Devil" Bomb Squadron, 386th Bomb Group (M) in World War II. Costa Mesa, CA: Red Devil Pub. Co., 1988. 158 p. DLC



557th BOMBARDMENT SQDN


Lundberg, Gust E., and Karl S. Petersen, editors. 557th Bombardment Squadron (M) AAF. N.p.: 1945. 154 p. CoCA



576th BOMBARDMENT SQDN


Thomas, Harry E. Heavy Bomber Missions with 576th Sq., 392nd B., 2nd Air Division, 8th Air Force, 10 Months in Stalag Luft III. N.p.: n.d. 126 p.



173 603rd BOMBARDMENT SQDN


History of the 603rd Bomb Squadron (H), 398th Bomb Group. Rapid City Army Air Base, 1944. 20 lvs.



603rd TAC CONTROL SQDN


Planter, 1947. Nurnberg: 1947. 66 p. NN



606th AIRCRAFT CONTROL SQDN


Struchko, Elmer R. 606th A. C. & W. Squadron, Korea, 1950-1952. Tokyo: Toppan, ca1952. 49 p.



639th MILITARY AIRLIFT SQDN


616 Military Airlift Support Squadron (MAC), Apr 1966-Apr 1967; Tan Son Nhut AB, Republic of Vietnam. Taipei, Taiwan: Johnson Print. And Stationery Co., ca1967.



639th AERO SQDN


Norton, T. F., editor. 639th Aero Squadron, Being a Record of the Squadron's Activities with Brief Biographical Sketches of Its Members. Organized September, 1917; with A.E.F. January, 1918 to May, 1919; Demobilized June, 1919. Berkeley: Lederer, Street & Zeus Co., 1920. 126 p. DAL



648th AIR MATERIEL SQDN


See under 359th Fighter Group, Raines title.



723rd BOMBARDMENT SQDN


Cubbins, William R. The War of the Cottontails: Memoirs of a WWII Bomber Pilot. Chapel Hill, NC: Algonquin Books, 1989. 267 p. DLC



731st BOMBARDMENT SQDN


174 The 731st Bomb Squadron (Light-Night Attack) California-Korea, 10 Aug. 1950-25 June 1951. Hiroshima, Japan: Hiroshima Pub. Co., ca1951. 128 p. AFHRC


Blunk, Chester L. AEvery Man a Tiger,@ The 731st USAF Night Fighter Intruders over Korea. Manhattan, KS: Sunflower Univ. Press, 1987. 114 p. DLC



741st BOMBARDMENT SQDN


Lanford, Horace W. A Partial History of the 741st Bombardment Squadron, 455th Bombardment Group, July 6, 1943 through May 1945. Ft Lauderdale, FL: H. W. Lanford, 1993. DLC



756th BOMBARDMENT SQDN


Porter, Claude. Cuckoo Over Vienna. Traverse, MI: Village Press, 1989. 266 p. DLC



766th BOMBARDMENT SQDN


[Barnes, William J., Jr.] Toward Sanctuary. N.p.: Privately Printed, 1945. 140 p. PCarlMH



770th BOMBARDMENT SQDN


770th Bombardment Squadron. Padacuh, KY: Turner Pub., 1997. DLC



775th BOMBARDMENT SQDN


Cassidy, Carl B. A History of the 775th Bombardment Squadron (H), 463rd Bombardment Group (H). . .a Special Tribute to Members of "Allyn's Irish Orphans," an All American Outfit,. . . Lime Springs, IA: Lime Springs Herald, 1946. 96 p.



780th BOMBARDMENT SQDN


Davis, Charles. A History of the 780th Bombardment Squadron (H) (1943-1945). San Francisco: 1946. 160 p.



175 781st BOMBARDMENT SQDN


Carl, Harry S., editor. 781st Bombardment Squadron (H) AAF, 465th Bombardment Group (H) in World War II: 14 August 1943-31 July 1945/Seven Hundred Eighty-first Bombardment Squadron (H) AAF, 456th Bombardment Group (H) in World War II. Atherton, CA: 781st Bomb Squadron Assoc., 1989. 188 p. DLC



784th BOMBARDMENT SQDN


Pipes, Robert F. The Playboy Crew, 1944-1945: 8th Air Force, 2nd Air Division, 96th Combat Wing, 466th Bombardment Group, 784th Bombardment Squadron...Memoirs of World War II. N.p.: C. S. House, 1989. 116 p. DLC



800th AERO SQDN


A History of the 800th Aero Repair Squadron (Formerly the 106th Aero Squadron). Bordeaux: Impr. G. Castera & Fil, ca1919. 47 p.



801st BOMBARDMENT SQDN


Fesmire, Robert H. Flight of a Maverick: In the Secret War against Hitler. Nashville, TX: Eggman Pub., 1995. 132 p. DLC



824th AIR ENGINEERING SQDN


See under 359th Fighter Group, Raines title.



839th AERO SQDN


Kauffman, Alvin E. The Lost Squadron, Being the Swan Song of the 839th Aero Outfit,. . . York, PA: Kyle Print. Co., 1919. 91 p. NN



840th AERO SQDN


Louser, Herman W. The Propeller, Dedicated to the Members of the 840th Aero Squadron, Organized February 1, 1918, Honorably Discharged from Service March, 1919. Harrisburg: Courier


176 Press, 1919. 98 p. DLC



848th BOMBARDMENT SQDN


Milliken, J. L. History of 848th Bomb Squadron. Great Britain: The Author, 1945.



868th BOMBARDMENT SQDN


Howell, Fred S. The Snoopers. New York: Vantage Press, 1991. 147 p. DLC



873rd BOMBARDMENT SQDN


Herbert, Kevin. Maximum Effort. Manhattan, KS: Sunflower Univ. Press, 1983. 102 p. DLC


Kroesen, Paul, editor. The 873rd Bombardment Squadron Presents Superfort Saga, History of the First and the Finest B-29 Squadron in the Marianas Islands. Buena Park, CA: West Orange County Pub. Co., 1946. 96 p. AMAU



883rd AERO SQDN


Illustrated History of the 883rd Aero Squadron, Aviation Repair Depot, Montgomery, Alabama, January 1, 1919. N.p.: ca1919. AFHRC



883rd BOMBARDMENT SQDN


Ciardi, John. Saipan: The War Diary of John Ciardi. Fayetteville, AR: Unvi. of Arkansas Press, 1988. 131 p. DLC



885th BOMBARDMENT SQDN


MacCloskey, Monro. Secret Air Missions. New York: Richard Rosen Press, 1966. 159 p. AMAU



NAMED SQUADRONS


177 EAGLE SQDNS


See under Americans in Foreign Service.



HEADQUARTERS SQDN


The KIWI, Headquarters Squadron, Army Air Forces, Bolling Field, D.C. N.p.: ca1943. 40 p. AFHRC



LAFAYETTE ESCADRILLE


See under 103rd Aero Squadron.




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