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Southern Arizona Archives Bazaar Connects People to Family History

Are you interested in researching and preserving your family history? Do you want to know the story of your home or neighborhood? Do you know someone who has a passion [...]

German POWs and the Availability of Food

This article is the last of a five-part series published in conjunction with National POW/MIA Recognition Day 2018. Information in this article is provided courtesy of the Joseph A. Moller Library. [...]

Mothers of the Missing: Letters Shared By Families of 8th Air Force POWs

This article was originally printed in recognition of Mother’s and Father’s Day in the Spring, 2017 issue of the 390th Memorial Museum’s Square J Bulletin. The story shares portions of [...]

Lone Survivor to German POW: Excerpts from Melvin Johnson’s Story

This article is third of a five-part series published in conjunction with National POW/MIA Recognition Day 2018. Information in this article is provided courtesy of the Joseph A. Moller Library. Melvin [...]

The German POW Experience: One Man’s Fear of Death, Transformed

This article is second of a five-part series published in conjunction with National POW/MIA Recognition Day 2018. Information in this article is provided courtesy of the Joseph A. Moller Library. Interrogations [...]

The Geneva Convention and a POW Experience: David Wetherhill’s Story

This article is first of a five-part series published in conjunction with National POW/MIA Recognition Day 2018. Information in this article is provided courtesy of the Joseph A. Moller Library. Unless [...]

Remains of 390th Serviceman Recently Identified

This press release was issued by the Defense POW/MIA Accounting Agency on September 5, 2018: WASHINGTON—  The Defense POW/MIA Accounting Agency (DPAA) announced today that the remains of a U.S. [...]

Remembering Mission #3: Regensburg

Shown: Following the epic air battle over Regensburg on August 17, 1943, Blood, Guts and Rust (568th Squadron) was ditched in the Mediterranean Sea. Mission No. 84: Schweinfurt-Regensburg, was an [...]

2018 Reunion Details Are Announced

390th Memorial Museum Foundation Annual Bomb Group Reunion October 18-20, 2018 Hotel: DoubleTree Reid Park — 445 S. Alvernon Way –Tucson, AZ   85711-4198 (520) 881-4200 *Free on-site parking — Free breakfast [...]

The 390th Bomb Group and the Friendly Invasion

From 1942 to 1945, hundreds of thousands of American service personnel ‘invaded’ Great Britain. During the month of July, 1943, members of the 390th Bomb Group began their role in [...]

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