|12 O'Clock High
||Luftwaffe and Allied Air Forces Discussion Forum
||486th Bomb Group (H)
||Web site of the 487th's sister group the 486th Bomb Group (H)
||American Battle Monuments Commission
||Aero Vintage Books - B-17 locations
||Aero Vintage Books website - Listing of where existing B-17's can be found
||Air Forces Escape & Evasion Society - A society to honor the airmen shot down during WWII and also honor those in the occupied countries who assisted them in their efforts to evade and escape.
||Air Force Aircraft research
||Joe Baugher has compiled a comprehensive list, by serial number of military aircraft. This covers most/all aircraft that would have been assigned to the 487th Bomb Group.
||American WWII Orphans Network
||For those who lost parents in WWII
||Great source of information on the Air Forces of WWII. It contains information on the groups and forums for research and to which you can post questions
||B-24 Best Web
||B-24 Research site. Photos of B-24's from the 487th and many other groups
||Castle Air Museum
||Castle Air Museum in Atwater California, named for Brigadier General Frederick W. Castle
||Many of you have seen their well known B-17 (Nine-O-Nine) and B-24 (Witchcraft) touring the country
||Commemorative Air Force
||Formerly known as the Confederate Air Force - one of the premier organizations in the world dedicated to keeping WWII aircraft flying
||Experimental Aviation Association's Warbirds web site. Their motto, "Keep 'Em Flying"!
||Eighth Air Force Society
||Eighth Air Force Historical Society, links to many research resources
||Facebook - the 487th has a group on facebook!
||GI Intelligence Dept.
||WWII Living History & Reenacting Information - This site contains a lot of 'real' information, such as radio procedures, uniform information, etc.
||Grenier Field in Manchester, NH was a US airfield through which some 487th crews passed during the war. This site describes some of the field's war history.
||Lavenham Community Council's Web site
||Library of Congress
||Library of Congress, Veterans History Project. This link specifically lists information about 487th crew, some with documents and/or recorded interviews!
||Mid Atlantic Air Museum
||Mid Atlantic Air Museum - home of an annual WWII centric Airshow - Reading Regional Airport, PA
||Search for Air Museums based on locations around the United States
||National Museum of the Mighty Eighth Air Force
||National Museum of the Mighty Eighth Air Force (formerly Mighty Eighth Air Force Museum)
||Mighty 8th Cross Reference
||Excellent web site that will link you to many/all the existing 8th AAF web sites
||Link to the US National Archives
||National Archives - WWII records
||Link to the US National Archives - specifically resources in the archives dedicated to World War II
||National WWII Memorial
||The memorial is in Washington D.C. and our 487th reunion group visited it in 2004. This web site commemorates the memorial
and contains a registry where you can list your family members who served.
||New England Air Museum
||Museum of the Connecticut Aeronautical Historical Association. Check it out!
||Penn State - 8th Air Force Archive
||Archive of Eighth Air Force materials, housed with the Penn State University Libraries. Materials seem varied and evidently are available
to researchers. Check the material online at this link and the description of their other resources.
||Center for the study of War Experience. The 487th Bomb Group Association helps support this worthy effort,
and our very own Mike Quering sat on the advisory board.
||The last airworthy B-17 flying in the United Kingdom
||St Peter and St Paul
||Church of St. Peter and St. Paul in Lavenham. The landmark church in Lavenham, seen by many 487th crews returning
from training flights and missions
||Veterans National Gravesite Locator
||Site where you can search for information on burial locations for Veterans
||World War II Museum located in Wolfeboro, NH featuring authentic displays of Home Front America between the years 1939 and 1945
||Site with various forums and discussions about WWII.
||Yankee Air Museum
||The Yankee Air Museum, home of the B-17G, Yankee Lady, that flew many who attended the Kalamazoo 2008 reunion