H. Lankford tribute page
H. "Bill" Lankford served as a pilot with
the 441st Bombardment Squadron. Bill survived four B-26
crashes and on this site created by his son, also named
Bill, is a nice description of the crash involving "Lady
Eve". On that day Bill set the record for flying
a B-26 on a single engine - 2 1/2 hours and a distance
of 350 miles!
Page to Oscar Nixon Sheppard, Jr.
Nixon Sheppard, Jr. served with the 444th Bomb Squadron
of the 320th B.G. This page was created by Joseph Sheppard
as a tribute to his father.
E. Seiley Web Page
only has Joe Seiley been a major contributor to the
320th BG website, but also has developed this
site in memory of his father, Robert E. Seiley (443).If
you are a B-26 or 320th BG aficionado you will want
to take a look at Joe's site. It is very nicely done.
He has links as well as helpful tips for those wanting
to do their own research as well. Joe most recently
placed photographs on his site from the 2003 320th
Reunion. Check it out!
"Pete" Wright's WWII Photo page
Glaze made this site in honor of his great uncle, Walter
"Pete" Wright (442). There are many interesting
photos from Pete's time with the 320th while in
North Africa. Jeff also has allowed placement of these
photos on the "Remembrance" pages of this