This site exists to help you research the United States Army Air Forces of World War II, the individuals who served in it, and the units these brave men were assigned to.
- Scott Burris, ArmyAirForces.com
The Research Help page explains what to look for and where you can find it. The list was assembled from first hand experience and is kept updated.
The Data Pages are helpful tools consisting of; Combat Chronology, Missing Air Crew Reports (MACR), Airfields & Bases, Dictionary, Military Occupation Specialties (MOS), and Army Post Offices (APO) databases.
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