to the 307th Bomb Wing B-47/KC-97 Association web site.
307th Bomb Wing B-47/KC-97 Association serves the B-47 & KC-97 Cold
War era at Lincoln AFB, Nebraska during the period 1954-1965.
307th Bomb Wing
Association is a worldwide association of current and
former members of the US Armed Forces who were assigned
to the 307th Bombardment Wing, (M), SAC, at Lincoln
AFB, Nebraska between 1954 and 1965. The purpose is
threefold: to perpetuate the legacy, history and memory
of the 307th Bomb Wing; to promote the camaraderie of
its members; and to support the US Air Force.
Table of Contents will lead you to everything on the site except
for the categories denoted on the tabs at the top of this page.
Post-War, Korean Vets, please note:
are several associations which serve the 307th Community throughout
307th Bomb Group (H) Association serves the B-24 "Long Rangers"
through their existance and Pacific Campaigns during World War II,
1941-1945. A contact for that group Jim Walsh, Group Secretary at
firstname.lastname@example.org. Their elegant website can be found
The B-29 era
from 1946-1954, which includes the Korean War is served by the 307th
Bomb Wing/Group Association. Their contact is their editor, Tom
Stevens, at email@example.com
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