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389th Bomb Group Memorial Exhibition, Hethel

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Small museum housed in the original chapel/gymnasium of Hethel Airfield. Along with memorabilia from the 389th, they also have exibitions from the 466th Bomb Group (Attlebridge).

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  • 389th Bomb Group

    389th Bomb Group

    Group
    The 389th Bomb Group, known in more familiar terms as "the Sky Scorpions", flew strategic bombing missions in B-24 Liberators from Hethel, England. They also sent detachments to join bases in North Africa at Benghazi No. 10, Libya, between 3 July 1943...

People

  • James Braa

    Military | Staff Sergeant | Ball turret gunner | 389th Bomb Group
    James Braa served as a ball turret gunner with the 566th Bomb Squadron of the 389th Bomb Group, flying bombing missions out of Hethel, England. He completed his tour of 30 missions between March and June 1944, flying his final two missions on D-Day.

  • Robert Crabb

    Military | First Lieutenant | B-24 co-pilot, pilot, p-51 pilot. | 355th Fighter Group
    1st Lieutenant Robert L. Crabb was born July 29, 1921, the son of Jeremiah and Grace Crabb. His hometown was Williamsburg, Kansas. ...

  • Robert Holly

    Military | Staff Sergeant | Tail Gunner | 389th Bomb Group
    Mid air collision and crash near Schonberg on 6/20/44 in B-24 #42100351 Killed in Action (KIA). The other aircraft involved was B24 42-95144. Robert's story is told in the 2014 book, Killed in Action: The Story of Robert Holly, written by David Kohler.

  • John Nelson

    Military | Staff Sergeant (3rd Grade) | Bombsight Mechanic (689); NCOIC, 463rd Sub Depot AFCE (Automatic Flight Control Equipment) Section, 389th Bombardment Group, USAAF | 389th Bomb Group

  • Francis Pfeffer

    Military | Bombsight Mechanic | 389th Bomb Group

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Date Contributor Update
28 March 2015 17:14:04 usxpat Created entry with name, known as, latitude, longitude, history and media associations
Sources

https://hethel389th.wordpress.com/
http://eastangliamemorials.blogspot.co.uk/

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