The 307th Bomb Group (H) Assoc. is always in the ongoing process of sorting, cataloging and digitalizing materials collected and recieved. The materials include thousands of photos, documents, diaries and other materials relating to the 307th Bomb Group. As the materials are put into a digital file format, they will be searchable and available through this web site. Our goal is to preserve the history of the 307th Bomb Group for future generations.Share your 307th Bomb Group History!
We ask that you share your 307th BG stories, documents, and photos. Your legacy should not be stored in an attic or stored garage where it may be damaged or lost. Ask your children, grand-children, and even your great grand-children to participate in this effort to preserve your history. Documents and photos will be returned opon request.
Click here to visit the FREE Fold3 Collection of 307th BG Records and Photos – you will need to register with login and password but these records are free.
Research Tips from former ArmyAirForces.com web site:
The Army Air Forces of WWII generated a lot of paperwork. Many of these records exist today in their original form or on microfilm and microfiche. These records are maintained at a handful of facilities around the country.
Invaluable Research Resources:
For creating a tribute on the WWII Memorial site below, feel free to contact our historian to assist with your narrative. Air Force, Group, & Squadron logo patches are available HERE
Army Air Force Related Web Sites:
Archives at Ancestry.com:
B-24 and WWII Aircraft Related Web Sites:
Sites to Search for Data about WWII MIA’s and Aircraft Losses: The following web sites offer searchable databases to locate information about WWII MIA’s and aircraft losses.
WWII Discussion Centers & Forums:
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If your are unable to find what you are looking for or would like more information, please contact
the 307th Bomb Group (HV) Historian Mr. Jim McCabe: