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[Photo] Cover of Peter Kak's book - A One Crew War.
Peter Kak
Peter Kak is a Slovakian author and long-time friend and researcher of the 464th BG. Peter has shared information with our website for a number of years, now. Peter's latest project is a book entitled "A One Crew War." The book follows three 464th crewman from basic training, stateside, to final mission.
[Photo] Cover of Lenard J. Nelson's book - The First Fifty Years.
Lenard J. Nelson, Bessie M. Shrontz and Roberts Wright
Nelson, Shrontz and Wright's "The First Fifty Years" is a comprehensive and delightful history of Pocatello Air Base from 1942-1992. It includes information about the Groups that trained there prior to deployment during WWII - including the 464th BG.
[Photo] Cover of Sharon Sander's soon to be released book, Final Mission.
Sharon Sanders
Sharon is a poet and an author. Read her poem and about her newly-released book Final Mission.
[Photo] Feature photo from Helen Zegerman Schwimmer's article "The Wedding Dress That Made History."
Helen Zegerman Schwimmer
Read Helen Zegerman Schwimmer's 2008 account of "The Wedding Dress That Made History." Ms. Schwimmer is also the author of the acclaimed anthology, "Like The Stars of The Heavens" available from www.amazon.com. To learn more about the author please visit: www.helenschwimmer.com.
[Photo] Cover of Ray Ward's book, Those Brave Crews.
Ray Ward
Ray is a member of the Cornell University "War Class of '43" where he trained in infantry tactics, later to serve in the USAAF, the subject of this five-star rated book Those Brave Crews. He is a life member of the Association of Graduates United States Air Force Academy. Ward is listed as a pioneer helicopter pilot, prior to the end of hostilities having flown the first model Army helicopter, the R-4, displayed at the USAF Museum, Wright-Patterson AFB.
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