World War, 1939-1945--Campaigns--Burma
Found in 8 Collections and/or Records:
This collection pertains to Joe Friday and his service in the Army Air Force during World War II in the Pacific Theater of Operation.The collection contains information and photographs of Joe Friday compiled by his son in hopes of finding someone that knew him. The photographs include Joe in service flying different aircrafts, his colleagues and locations of places that he had flown to. The collection also includes a typed document that contains biographical information on Joe's service.
This collection relates to William J. McCusker III who served as a C-47 pilot with the 18th Troop Carrier Squadron during World War II. The collection includes letters, documents, photographs, flight records, certificates, pilot manuals, and pilot training class yearbooks. The collection also contains handwritten notebooks kept by William J. McCusker III during his service as a police officer with the New York Police Department.
This collection contains a series of stories from The Burman News, a newsletter from Merrill's Marauders Association Inc. This collections contains excerpts of four newsletters ranging from 2005-2006 that detail personal stories of the China Burma India Theater of Operations.
This collection relates to Master Sergeant Enoch Johnston Meekins, Jr. who served as a Sergeant Pilot and ground crew with the 10th Air Force in North Africa, India, Burma, and China during World War II. The collection contains a Chinese color lithograph print and oral history interview transcript.
This collection relates to the Reserve Officers Association and the experience of its members during World War Two.
This collection relates to Leonard P. Schmitt who served in the Army Air Corps in North African and China-Burma-India (CBI) Theaters with the 436th Squadron, 7th Bomb Group during World War II. This collection contains a veterans questionnaire and bound manuscript titled "Life and Times of Leonard P. Schmitt Sr." which recounts his experiences during the war.
This collection relates to Captain Joe Gray Sparks who served as a pilot with the 11 Bomb Squadron in the Pacific Theater during World War II. This collection includes a flash memory drive containing scanned copies of letters, documents, photographs, manuscript biography, newspaper articles, and artifacts that belonged to Sparks.