1st Fighter Group Association <12th, Fifteenth Air Force>
4th Fighter Group <Eagle Squadrons>
7th Bomb Group <CBI>
22nd Bomb Group (Red Raiders) <5th Air Force>
34th Bomb Group <Eighth Air Force>
43rd Bomb Group <5th Air Force>
82nd Fighter Group <12th, Fifteenth Air Force>
92nd Bomb Group <Eighth Air Force>
94th Bomb Group <Eighth Air Force>
301st BG/352nd BS Bachelors' Delight/Moonlight Cocktail (This is a site about the 301stBG / 352nd BS and the crews of both Bachelors' DELIGHT & Moonlight Cocktail. Dedicated to my Uncle Peter L Kliest and flight crews of the 352nd.)
308th Bomb Group (B-24s, CBI)
341st Bomb Group <CBI>
376th Bomb Group <9th, 12th, Fifteenth Air Force>
WW2Hero <376th BG>
381st Bomb Group <Eighth Air Force>
392nd Bomb Group <Eighth Air Force>
446th Bomb Group <Eighth Air Force>
450th Bomb Group <Fifteenth Air Force>
453rd Bomb Group B24s <Eighth Air Force>
456th Bomb Group <Fifteenth Air Force>
459th Bomb Group <Fifteenth Air Force>
467th Bomb Group <Eighth Air Force>
486th Bomb Group <Eighth Air Force>
487th Bomb Group <Eighth Air Force>
494th Bomb Group <7th Air Force>
Clarence "Bud" Anderson - P-51 Ace
Jungle Air Force <13th AF>
The Kassel Mission <445th Bomb Group, Eighth Air Force>
TOP SECRET FLIGHT tells the story of an actual reconnaissance mission flown in March 1942 to obtain critical photos for planning the Doolittle raid on Tokyo. An Air Corps Captain on active duty in 1941 was an eyewitness to these events; the mission has never before been revealed to the public.
150 Squadron - RAF - Previous inhabitants of Torretta Field
Paul E. Garber Facility - Aircraft restoration site for Smithsonian
Power Graphics - Jim Caiella
The Texas 262s... Full scale flying 262s!!!
Aviation Art Hangar - Fine aviation art from aviation enthusiasts, for aviation enthusiasts.
Houston Photo Restore - I offer high quality, digital photo restoration, repair and enhancement.
JACO Aerospace - History of Aviation: Aircrafts Through Time
- Creating professionally built scale model airplane replicas. Specializing in WWII military aircraft – 1/32 and 1/48 scale – our museum quality models have outstanding detail. Commissioned airplanes consider very specific construction that meets the requirements of my customers and include scale, specific markings, pilot, year, etc.
The Kitchen Table Gang - Aid to Veterans' Hospitals!!
The Pavoncelli Family - Torretta Field was on their land!
Bomber Legends (previously Intl. B-24 Liberator Club)
1672 Main Street, Ste. E-124
Ramona, CA 92065
Fifteenth Air Force Association
March AF Base, CA 92518
Air Forces Escape and Evasion Society
Members of the 461st, who evaded or escaped from their foes, are eligible to join this.
Ralph K. Patton
720 Valleyview Road
Pittsburgh, PA 15243
American Ex-Prisoners of War-Stalag Luft IV
Leonard E. Rose
8103 E. 50th St.
Indianapolis, IN 46226
If you received the DFC and are interested in being part of this group,
Alexander D. Ciurczak, USAF Ret. DFC
34552 Camino Capistrano
Capistrano Beach, CA 92624-1232
International B-24 Liberator Club
15817 Bernardo Center Drive
Suite 102, B1-24
San Diego, CA 92127-2322
500 Jackson Street
Daphne, AL 36526-7029
Air Force Gunners Association
Jay E. Ingle, Membership
35469 Colossians Way
Shingletown, CA 96088
THE CATERPILLAR CLUB
The Caterpillar Club was formed in 1922 after Lt. Harris bailed out of an airplane over Dayton, Ohio. Since that time, thousands of airmen, flyers and passengers have enrolled in this organization. We have no dues, and the initiation fee is nominal ($10). An attempt was made to formally organize the Club into chapters in 1943, and again after the war in 1947. This takes a lot of effort, and although the club is incorporated and Caterpillar Club is copyrighted, the dedicated interest after the war was not there.
The Caterpillar Association was not formed until sometime in 1983. Yet, they try to claim the laurels of the long history of Club.
Among the many Caterpillars who carry or carried Caterpillar Club membership cards are former President George Bush, General Doolittle, and Colonel Lindbergh, to name a few. Whereas the Club requires some documentation as to the authenticity of the jump before a card is issued (military orders, reports and/or newspaper accounts), the Caterpillar Association sells membership cards without restriction for $3 each.
The above not to detract from some of the men within the Association who hope to have an organized group where commanders are elected, dues are charged, and financial reports are given.
Thank you for your interest in the Caterpillar Club. If there is any way I may be of further assistance please feel free to contact me at the following address:
THE CATERPILLAR CLUB
c/o SWITLIK PARACHUTE CO., INC.
1325 EAST STATE STREET
P.O. BOX 1328
TRENTON, NJ 08607
Debra J. Spencer
The Caterpillar Club