Forgive me for intruding here, I'm not even sure I am in the right place but you all seem very knowledgeable on this.
My grandfather is turning 90 next month and my dad is trying to put together a photo album/scrapbook for him. He was stationed at Attlebridge in 1944, flew several missions and on October 7, 1944 he was shot down over Belgium just behind British Canadian lines. (B-24)
I have two questions, first, would it be ok for me to have some of the photos here printed to put in this scrapbook? It is for personal use only, and I know he will cherish it.
Second, can anyone recommend a website or other informational source to find out any information about specific flights/incidents? I would like to get more information, and if possible pictures of this plane, for him and myself. I've become hooked on researching this part of his life.
Thank you in advance for any information and letting me poke my head in here. My Grandpa will appreciate it too!