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Hello, I am trying to find info regarding Phillip Farnsworth, who was a ball turret gunner, with the 714th Bomb Sq., Crew 96. He passed away on 11/30/12, and I am trying to gather some info regarding his crew mates, mission list, etc. that I can use for a memorial on my website, www.dainthecbi.com.
If you can assist me with this research, I would be very grateful. please contact me at email@example.com
Thank you very much.
your right on the flowers--you have more eggs than i did 10 hatched out of 11 in the flowers.
Great images! I am starting to collect images for a western guide to caterpillars--would love to use a couple of your images from Pena Blanca and elsewhere. All would be used with full accreditation. I can also help you with IDS. Thanks.
I stand corrected, thanks for pointing out my misidentification....
Enjoyed your galleries, and nice that they are identified when possible. Nice background and dof.
Thanks for posting your father's Army Air Corps photos and documentation. Youre welcome to download any photos from the collection I have posted to add to yours. There are several men still living from the 448th. Ret. Col. Dorfman USAF who served with your father is still living in Flushing, NY.
Hello, I came across your posts by researching Darr-Aerotech, Albany, Georgia. I am researching a group of items I received for my WWII aviation collection, which once belonged to a civilian flight instructor at Darr-Aerotech, Clarence "Larry" S. Page. I am putting together a page on my personal website for this grouping, and would love to use the scan of your Darr-Aerotech graduation document on that page if possible. My website is www.danielsww2.com. I look forward to hearing from you.
I just found this site quite by accident, and what a joy to find not only clear, uncluttered photos of beetles and butterflies, but also what to call them, and where they're located. Thank you, thank you, for this.
Very interesting to see all the American butterflies. Many of seems to be similar to the European ones. Very nice galleries!
Welcome to PBASE. I think you have great material here for a Picture of the Day gallery. Give it a go =)