This site is dedicated to the men of the
450th Bombardment Group (H), 47th Wing, 15th Air Force, United States Army.
It is to them, and many like them, that we owe our freedom
Words of Caution: - Please be aware, there is a website at www.450thbg.org. IT IS NOT affiliated with the 450th Memorial Association in any way.
If you wish to donate, money, pictures, stories, items of memorabilia etc.., please contact us. The 450th Memorial Association, located at this website.
We are the only official repository endorsed by the veterans of the 450th Bomb Group for the storage of information, memorabilia, and other historical data or holdings concerning their activities.
Please be aware that other groups on the Internet may seek items from 450th veterans and/or their families however, our items will never be sold or used without the donors express permission.
All donated items will remain open to the public via this website to serve as an educational archive for all.
We urge all veterans and/or their families to consider the 450th Memorial Association, when making any bequests in their estate planning,
especially historical items such as photos, diaries and uniforms, in order to maintain and continue the mission of the 450th Memorial Association.
450th Fund Raising Event
Over the years many of you have asked how you could donate to the 450th.
Here is your opportunity. Click Here for information on what it is for and how to donate.
15th AAF Reunion
The 15th AAF is planning a reunion September 10 - 13, 2020 in Albuquerque, New Mexico.
They are looking for numbers of any 450th members, family and/or friends who are interested.
Contact the webmaster by clicking on the Contact Us link in the main menu for agenda and hotel details.
Bombing of Toulon, France
A French researcher is looking for any 450th veterans who took part in the bombing of Toulon, France.
If you were involved in any missions to Toulon and would like to speak to the researcher, contact the webmaster using the e-mail link in the main menu.
Remembering the Elmer Ginter Crew
Lt. Ginter crashed in Sterzing-Vipiteno in April 1945.
The people of Sterzig have errected a placque to the crew and will be unveiling it in the fall of 2020.
If anyone is interested in attending the unveiling or would like to send a written tribute to be read at the unveiling, please contact the webmaster using the Contact Us link in the main menu.
We offer our condolences to the family and friends of:
Robert A. Breneman who took his last flight on 13 February 2020
Manduria Park - Tree Dedication
Honor a family member with a tree in Manduria Park
CLICK HERE for more information
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