Monday, 20 May 2013 19:44
I adopted the grave of David L Hart. He was from Ohio and died in oct 1944. anyone who had information about him. he was awarded the silver star and the purple heart, I would like to know why? thanks
Robert F Mongelli
Sunday, 28 April 2013 15:13 | Henri-Chapelle
How can I up-date the Information on my Uncle Louies Russo I would like to list the Family Names, and his Birthday cause he was KIA on his 21frist birthday.He was killed near Bastone and would not sunnered cause he was a frist generation Italy -American he was killed in his fox hole a friend and cousin from marrage was there I don't remember his name but he was a medice thank you for your time
Friday, 26 April 2013 20:56 | Oerie, Germany
i am living in Oerie, Germany. In 1944 a B-24
crashed near our village. On www.ark-angel i am telling some storys about the crash.
I was very glad to find some informations about the Crew-members Bennett, Patrick and Warford. Thank you for your efforts.
Saturday, 20 April 2013 10:33 | roermond netherlands
I adoptet the grave of 2 lt emil smetana at margraten iam hoping to get in contact with some relativs and get to now more about this hero how dead for the freedom whe life in today, also these is a great site thats include some picture and data about emil smetana.
Thursday, 14 March 2013 17:57 | Panama City, Florida
I am so excited to have found this site! Thanks to all who have made this possible. I have finally found My uncle, Eugene Jesse Appleby, for whom I was named. Family lore always said he was killed in the war, but little more. He was a very talented pianist and I remember as a young child listening to records he had recorded. He had a plane and a car, very rare in those days, was a bit of a daredevil I'm told. Again, my thanks to the wonderful Dutch people who have cared for Uncle Gene when we couldn't. God bless you wonderful folks.....
Saturday, 09 February 2013 21:01 | Ardennes Cemetery
I want to thank Emilio Carnevali and Marc Laurent of Belgium for overseeing my uncle's grave. I wasn't fortunate to have known my uncle even though at times I have felt in my heart I did, and had the privilege to be named after him, but was always told he was a wonderful and remarkable young man. He was taken from us at such a young age. May You rest in peace always, my love to you uncle F.C., your niece, Collysue.
Arnold R P Cruz
Sunday, 27 January 2013 18:10 | Apple Valley,Ca
I am the great nephew of Frank G Posada Who went on his last mission on Miss Umbriago a B-17G .
Wednesday, 05 December 2012 23:21 | Paderborn, Germany
Sorry for my bad english. I am 54 years old police-officer every time looking for information about the air war during WW II in the Paderborn area. As I was a young boy my grandmother often told me about a young american fighter pilot who chrased near her home. Later I found this crash place, but only little information about the death of the young pilot. Now I found him at this wonderful website. Here I found a picture what shows 1st Lt. Frederick C. Mc Call. He died on 10. January 1945.
Monday, 12 November 2012 22:22
My father always told me he had a cousin that lost his life in the war but I could never find any information on him. I now found him on your site and found out he was shot down on Oct 7, 1944. I have a letter from him to my father in Sept 1944 and was able to verify his military ID number so I am really glad you put that number on your site. He was from MT and left behind a large family of aunts, uncles and cousins. I want to thank you for this site as I know it is hard work, but as an American I am proud that you provide this information for us. God bless you, my cousin Vernon Buhl and all the other lost soldiers.
Sunday, 11 November 2012 01:43 | Virginia
Thank you George E. Romick for your service.
Pamela J Romick