Paul Webber

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Retired U.S. Army physician
Location: Colorado
Secretary, 487th Bomb Group Association
     My primary interest is the 487th Bomb Group (Heavy), which consisted of the 836th, 837th, 838th and 839th Bomb Squadrons and supporting units. This Group was based at Army Air Forces Station 137 near Lavenham, Suffolk, England, and was part of the 3rd Bombardment Division of the 8th U.S. Army Air Force in Europe. The Group flew 185 combat missions between May 7, 1944 and April 21, 1945. It flew the B-24 'Liberator' heavy bomber through July 1944, and the B-17 'Flying Fortress' heavy bomber from August 1944 through the end of the war.
     My uncle Roy M Webber served in this Group in 1944. I am working with other members of the 487th Bomb Group Association to honor all veterans of the Group. See the virtual cemetery 487th Bomb Group KIA/MIA.

Retired U.S. Army physician
Location: Colorado
Secretary, 487th Bomb Group Association
     My primary interest is the 487th Bomb Group (Heavy), which consisted of the 836th, 837th, 838th and 839th Bomb Squadrons and supporting units. This Group was based at Army Air Forces Station 137 near Lavenham, Suffolk, England, and was part of the 3rd Bombardment Division of the 8th U.S. Army Air Force in Europe. The Group flew 185 combat missions between May 7, 1944 and April 21, 1945. It flew the B-24 'Liberator' heavy bomber through July 1944, and the B-17 'Flying Fortress' heavy bomber from August 1944 through the end of the war.
     My uncle Roy M Webber served in this Group in 1944. I am working with other members of the 487th Bomb Group Association to honor all veterans of the Group. See the virtual cemetery 487th Bomb Group KIA/MIA.

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