1st Lt Brandon D Nuttall, 0708752
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Here I'll link to various sites with information on the P-47, P-47 pilots, the 362nd, and others. Each will open in a new window; close it to return to this site. Contact me if you have sites you want to suggest.

P-47 Pilots Association

P-47 Advocates, a site for persons with a common interest in the P-47

Aviation History: P-47

USAF Aviation Museum: P-47 Includes history of models, specifications, and photo gallery.

Col. Joe's P-47 at the USAF Museum

P-47 Photovault

Warbird Alley, P-47

Capt. George Rarey, sketchbook artist, cartoonist in the 379th (link no longer active)

Zeno's Warbird Videos How to Fly the P-47 Thunderbolt and other WWII training films

Web-birds.com: Information on many AAF units.

9th AF Association

9th AF in WWII, USAAF history and memorial site

9th AF at Wormingford, England

362nd FG uses a B-26

362nd FG in WWII, includes squadron insignia, Aces, etc.

Air Force Historical Research Agency, Maxwell AFB, Alabama. Includes: U.S. Army Continental Air Fields (ETO) D-Day to V-E Day (pdf) and Army Air Forces Stations (pdf, USAAF Bases in the United Kingdom).

The Art of Wing Leadership and Aircrew Morale in Combat, contains an analysis of the leadership ability of Col. Joe Laughlin.

Key to airfields used in Europe by 9th AF

Another list of airfields

USAAF airfields in the ETO (225th AAA Searchlight Battalion)

Goxhill, early WWII history of airfield where Dad arrived in England and began training on P-51

History and architecture of structures in Rheims, France (site is in French)

Bad-Kreuznach, city and tourist information (in German).

Bad Kreuznach, USAREUR city page, Maps and pictures of military facilities.

History of the 90th Infantry Divison 357th Infantry Regiment (plasma drop mission 9-Dec-1944).

Elements of Patton's 3rd Army in vicinity of Bad Kreuznach, March, 1945: