The subject of this site is the history of the 9th Air Force, and it also includes many links to other B-26 and World War II related web sites.
This web site features listings of flight crews of the 391st Bomb Group and listings of individual aircrew personnel, taxi sheets, and on-line photographs of planes, crews, nose art, and mission sketches.
The American Battlefield Monuments Commission has databases for service members interred in American cemeteries on foreign soil. They also operate, and maintain memorials dedicated to servicemen from the Spanish American War, World War I and World War II.
"A memorial to Martin B-26 Marauder flight and ground crews, encouraging the exchange of personal stories, diaries, documents, and photographs."
This site was prepared by Hugh Walker, the 391st Bomb Group’s Historian, from the Air Force’s microfilm of the unit’s performance in World War II and from data collected from the survivors since the unit association was formed in 1974.
The MAPS Air Museum restores military aircraft and operates a flight museum that includes a B-26 Marauder. The web site includes photographs of restored and partially restored aircraft, a model airplane collection, and links to other aircraft museums and web sites.
The National Archives and Records Administration hold military personnel records from the American Revolution through the present. This site also has WWII photographs and information on getting started with genealogy.
The site includes stories and photographs from Orv Iverson’s World War II experiences (including his autobiography), links to other WWII and 9th Air Force-related sites.
Holdings include the International Archive of the Martin B-26 Marauder, the 22nd Bomb Squadron (of the 341st Bomb Group), 40th Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing, 330th Bomb Wing, 376th Heavy Bombardment Group, 406th Fighter Group, and 446th Bomb Group. B-26 materials include photographs, diaries, squadron and group records, personal narratives, numismatics, and art work.