401st Related Web Sites

Wikipedia's entry on the Group, including information about about it's service and incarnations after the war.

The 8th Air Force's page dedicated to the Group.

Andy Swinnen's excellent site dedicated to his adopted gravesites, many of whom are 401st, in Margraten, Netherlands. Includes missing air crew reports, listings of KIA/MIA, and 401st historical information.

Don Byer's supplemental 401st web site.

Here you may find information about the Champaign Lady, a B-17 currently under construction that will bare the colors of the 401st.

Other Web Sites of Interest

Everything about the Eighth Air Force, of which the 401st was a part, can be found at this excellent museum located in Savannah, Georgia. Visit their official web site.

Located on the grounds of the Imperial War Museum in Duxford, England. You can take a virtual tour of the museum and visit the home of what was once the 401st Bomb Group's B-17 'Mary Alice'. Much to see.

Located in Tucson, Arizona, this museum maintains a collection of over 250 aircraft and is the third largest air museum in the United States. The museum will be one of the featured attractions of our 2002 reunion.

Dedicated to the air power of World War II, this museum displays a collection of warplanes, combat photography and memorabilia.

A web site created by John Murawski preserving his father's letters from the war. Also includes letters from his uncle, Stanley A Murawski, who served with the 401st.