|This website is dedicated to our American World War Two veterans, and the members of my family who
served with bravery and dedication in the armed forces of the United States of America. A tradition of
|Not pictured: 2nd Great-Grand Uncle - Corporal Kemp Scott Page, killed on October 12, 1863, while serving in
Company C, of the Kansas 12th Volunteer Infantry Regiment in Paola, Kansas.
|Let us remember that each year, we lose thousands and thousands of WWII veterans. With their loss we lose
their stories, their untold acts of heroism and sacrifice, and our own ability to honor them and personally thank
them for their service and bravery.
As preservationists and enthusiasts, we should endeavor to honor these men and women, by preserving our
collections, thus ensuring that future generations will learn of these aviators, soldiers and sailors, and learn of
their service to our great nation. I am always honored to hear from our wonderful veterans, to whom we owe so
much. (Click on the photograph above to go to the website for the National WWII Memorial in Washington D.C.)
This monument is the very least that we owe to the greatest generation.
Click on any of the blue links below to navigate to a specific Branch of Service or the webpage of
a specific aviator/airman.
|US Army Air Corps - Part 1
US Army Air Corps - Part 2 (Cadets and Civilian Instructors)
Aviation Cadets in Photos NEW!!!
USN & USMC
Yap Island and WWII
The German Luftwaffe NEW!!!
Items for Sale/Trade
|Last update: 5-17-13
New Items from a 30+ year Third Reich collection offered for sale, see "Items for Sales" page.
Update: V-5 items added to US Navy page.
A New Page is added!!! (See above)
USS Rudyerd Bay and the men of VC-77 and VC-96
|Click on any of the links above to
visit the specified page.
|Although my website is dedicated to the United States aviators of WWII, let us not forget that currently the men and women of the
United States Armed Forces are deployed around the world, serving our great nation and ensuring our freedom. Thank you to the
men and women currently serving in our armed forces, and lets hope you have a quick and safe return to your family and loved ones.
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