The 464th Bomb Group also flew B-24 Liberators with the 55th Wing of the 15th Army Air Force. We in the 485th Bomb Group flew the same missions as did they, enjoyed the same results, suffered similar losses. Their site presented by Webmaster Wendy Butler, is an excellent site that will add much to your understanding of that big event, WWII. You can move directly from my site to either 464th or 485th., and back.
A bunch of us, in a Salt Lake City bar, posed one night for an itinerant photographer. I know who was there, though some names escape me now. There were 4 new, 2nd Lieutenants, all pilots, with their wives. But I know there were Jack and Audie Glidden, and then Rosie & Hal Wilder. Of the 4 men, only Hal survived his missions. After all these years, I still find that hard to accept. They were really great guys, and they never had a life.
Answers to WWII History questions
1. B .. 2 C .. 3 C .. 4 C .. 5 A .. 6 C .. 7 C