On this page I will add links to other Web sites I think maybe of interest to you.
Here is a link from Gregg Heilman about the attack on the Hawaii Islands in 1941. You can download the document from this site and it is free. It's 228 pages and looks like it may have some nice information. It is also available in book form from Amazon.com. https://archive.org/details/7December1941TheAirForceStory
Jack I. Moore of the 11th Bomb Group (H), 42nd Sq. wrote a book called "We Never Said Good-Bye: Memoirs of a Bombardier from World War II" and it has been published. There is a web site associated with this book, www.weneversaidgoodbye.com. There are also some interesting videos from WWII on this site.
The following site tells many stories and has pictures from WWII veterans who were stationed in the Aleutian Island during the war. A lot of people are unaware of this part of WWII. This site was developed and maintained by a very good and long time friend of mine and a USAF retiree. http://www.hlswilliwaw.com/aleutians
Edward W. Wickemeyer was a waist gunner, flight engineer and aerial photographer on a B-24 Liberator named "The Uninvited". During WWII he flew bombing missions over many islands in the South Pacific as a member of the 11th Bombardment Group (H). His son (Dan) has a web site with many pictures his dad took during the war. http://www.uninvitedb24.com
A brief biography and wartime history of Major Earl Oxford Hall by his brother Hal W. Hall. Maj. Hall was a pilot in the 11th Bombardment Group (H), 42nd Bomb Squadron. This is a link to the Texas A&M University Libraries. This will also link to more infomation on the 11th BG.
Living on and under the wing: a biography of 1st Lt. Joaquin Castro by his Great-Nephew Arnold Guerrero. Lt. Castro was a member of the 11th Bombardment Group (H), 42nd Bomb Squadron. This is a link to the Texas A&M University Libraries. This will also link to more infomation on the 11th BG.
A brief biography of SSgt. James C. Stephens, Jr. by Paul Stephens. SSgt. Stephens was a member of the 11th Bombardment Group (H), 42nd Bomb Squadron. This is a link to the Texas A&M University Libraries. This will also link to more infomation on the 11th BG.
More information on 1st Lt. Frank Curley and the crew of the B-24 "Hit Parade" maybe found on his nephew's blog. click here
TSgt. Paul Fredrick Adler, USAAC, was a flight engineer/gunner on a B-17 Flying Fortress during WWII.During the attack on Hickam Field he was a mechanic’s instructor.Later he volunteered for flying status as a flight engineer/gunner on Capt. Hall’s crew.On February 1, 1943 as a member of Capt. Hall’s crew they were reported as missing in action in the Solomon Islands.His son, who was born on the day he was reported missing, has written a biography, “Lost in the Pacific”, about his dad.Click on the title to read this biography.
The following Web site was suggested by Mark Baker, son of TSgt. John A. Baker, 11th Bombardment Group (H), 98th Bomb Sq., top turret gunner/flight engineer on the B-24 "Unapproachable". This site tells the story of the B-24 "Jeeter Bug" and it's crew. Click on "Jeeter Bug" to visit this site.
A web site honoring Gene Chropkowski's great uncle Bernard J. Breiter, Co-Pilot on the B-24 Lil' Audrey, can be found here.