The 390th Memorial Museum is the premier research and historical learning center focused on the 390th Bombardment Group (H). The Joseph A. Moller Library houses thousands of the Group’s records, photographs and other war documents.

The Library’s Research Department responds to inquiries specific to the 390th Bombardment Group (H). Examples may include material related to personnel records or information about a specific mission or aircraft. Note that research inquiries are placed in que and responded to in the order received.

Notice: The Joseph A. Moller Library is transitioning to a new archival system. Currently the Library does not hold public hours. To best serve your research inquiries please submit a specific question to our staff, below. As our new system goes online the Joseph A. Moller Library will serve the public with greater accessibility and transparency.

Printed crew photos may be ordered for a $10 fee.

Research Inquiries

We welcome you to explore the interactive database of 390th Bombardment Group mission statistics and personnel (scroll down, below). If your research inquiry pertains to topics outside of the Joseph A. Moller Library purview, the following resources are suggested:

Resources for genealogy research

Missing Air Crew Reports (MACRs)

WWII Army and Army Air Force Casualties

Resources Explaining How to Research Military Records


Amazing Facts about the 390th Bomb Group:


Number of bombs loaded onto 390th Bomb Group fortresses during the month of March, 1945


Number of rounds of ammunition used by the 390th Bomb Group between December, 1944 and February, 1945

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