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390th Bombardment Group Memorial Air Museum
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Events & Visitors 2016

Colonel Derek M Salmi who is a KC135 pilot and Commander of the 100th Operations Group RAF Mildenhall, who visited with his family in July. His father, Captain Robert Lamb, was the 390th Bomb Group's Meteorological Officer.


Events & Visitors 2015


Members of the Cooperative Fellowship who visited on 6 September

Hotrod and Class Car Club visit on 5 September

Brian Atkins who made the model B17G "Lady Velma" which is on display in the museum, visited on 30 August

390th Veteran Leroy Keeping visited on 30 August and is shown here with his daughter and son in law, his grand-daughter and her husband his his great-grandchildren

Stephen Daglish, his wife Louise and his mother Yvonne and their dog Shadow visited on 30 August. Stephen's father Llewellyn Daglish served in the British Resistance Organisation

Fifty members of the Benfleet Historical Society visited the museum on 22 August

Paul Samporono the 95th Bomb Group Historian who visited in July

A welcome visit from Hannah our former research intern

Tanis who used the Museum library to research for her thesis and has donated a copy to the Museum

Ian Jones with the A2 jacket he has loaned to the Museum

A group of aviators who flew in from former RAF Wickenby in Lincolnshire in August

Pete Howard an ASR Sea King pilot from RAF Wattisham chatting to Jared Williams

A BBQ for the volunteers held in June

Captain Jared Williams USAF, who is a pilot with the 67th Special Operations Squadron at RAF Mildenhall meets Leroy Keeping during a visit

Museum volunteer Jerry Green celebrates his 86th birthday

Peter Kindred celebrating his 70th birthday

The St John Fellowship who visited in July

Lauri Atkins, who has compiled a list of all the USAAF memorials in Suffolk and Norfolk, hands over a copy of the DVD to volunteer John

Members of the University of the 3rd Age who visited in May

The Classic Car Club visit in May

The Masters of the Air Tour from the USA

The 70th Anniversary of VE Day celebrations at the Museum

The Bugatti Car Club visited in May

Eva and Rex from Green Bay, Wisconsin, who visited the Museum in May. Eva's father Capt Burgess Murdock was a co-pilot in the 570th Bomb Squadron and flew 25 missions

Tom Reynolds II, whose father TJ Reynolds flew 35 missions with the 568th Bomb Squadron. Tom visited the museum in June

Colonel Jim Crumbliss USAS (ret) who visited in June. Jim flew F4 Phantoms in Vietnam and from RAF Bentwaters

Peter Ward and members of the Norfolk and District Aviation Group who visited in July

Members of the Woodbridge 41 Club who visited in July

Our own 390th veteran Leroy Keeping inspecting the exhibit which depicts his service at Parham

390th Veteran, 90 year old Ernst Feibusch, who was a right waist gunner in the 571st Bomb Squadron. He was shot down on his 25th mission and he and his crew were interned in Switzerland for four months. Ernst visited in July and is seen here with Tim Brett

Paul Schuman with his wife and grandson who came from Denver Colorado to visit in July

Anthony Hall, whose father Major RF Hall, trained many of the volunteers in the auxiliary units. Anthony visited the BRO Museum in July

Dutch visitors Martin and Kath who visited in July

Cynthia Leek who along with husband Frank,
maintain the memorial to the 13 crew members
who were killed in action over Hoorn in Holland

David Buehler whose father 1st Lt AL Buehler flew 30 missions with the 390th Bomb Group who visited in July, seen here with Julie Brett

Saxmundham Free School visit in July

The Stradbroke WI visit in July

The flag flying at half mast in honour of long serving volunteer Graham Jones who passed away in July

390th veteran Carl Crisp, seen here with his wife Rachel. Carl flew 35 missions and received the French Legion of Honour Medal

Kirsty and Desmond Michael who visited in August. Kirsty has written a story about the 390th bear mascot, Roscoe Anne


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