Imphal, The Hump and Beyond
U.S.A.A.F. Combat Cargo Groups of the Second World War
6th Combat Cargo Squadron, 2nd Combat Cargo Group
Thanks to Robbie D. Langston 6th CCS for patch image
| While not in the CBI Theater of Operations the 2nd
Combat Cargo Group and its four Squadrons (5th, 6th, 7th and 8th) must be included on the
website to better tell the Combat Cargo Group Story during World War II. Bill
|Short History||New 8/13/2000|
|Special Orders #66||New 8/29/2000|
|6th Combat Cargo Squadron History||New 1/08/2001|
|Japanese Officer's Diary||New 3/04/2001|
|Air Crew Stories||Update 1/11/2001|
|Curtiss C-46 'Commando' Images||New 12/01/2001|
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I am looking for former members of the 3rd Combat Cargo Group, 1st, Combat Cargo Group, 2nd Combat Cargo Group and the 4th Combat Cargo Group. In fact I would like to hear from anyone who flew over the Hump during WW II, or flew any Combat Cargo Missions at any time (Berlin Air-Lift, Korea, etc)
Please e-mail comment, suggestions, corrections,etc to: firstname.lastname@example.org
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