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Lt. Manock, a pilot; Lt Fouts, a pilot; Lt. Bob Whitney, and SSgt Whitney, Bob’s brother (visiting). This was taken just before everyone went horseback riding.



  • 486th Bomb Group

    486th Bomb Group

    The 486th Bomb Group flew both B-24s and B-17s, swapping from the former aircraft to the latter in late July 1944 after 49 missions. In total the Group flew 292 missions during the war and remarkably the 834th Bomb Squadron lost no aircraft or...

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  • Robert Whitney

    Military | Captain | Flight Commander
    "Capt. Whitney arrives at Station 174, RAF Sudbury, with his first group of replacements [crew] in mid-July of 1944; they travelled over to England in the B17G that they nicknamed the "Pogo Stick" (fate and s/n of aircraft is unknown). He flies his...


  • Sudbury

    Military site : airfield
    Situated between the villages of Great Waldingfield and Acton, the airfield was used by the 486th Bomb Group from March 1944 to August 1945. Facilities for administrative offices for the Combat Wing were also made available here and along with barrack...


Date Contributor Update
16 April 2021 17:12:34 hansvonmaltzahn Created entry with collection, caption, unit associations, person associations and place associations

From the official webpage of the 486th Bombardment Group's Gallery page: