Nothing new on the A4FG since October 13th, 2011. If anyone can confirm the name of the current President of the A4FG, please leave a comment. Comments are moderated, so your webmaster will see what you write, but it won’t be published to the world.
As regular readers might note, the conversion of fourthfightergroup.com to a consistent look and feel hasn’t completed. I have word that the Association is in process of developing a new site; exciting news! Look here for more as I confirm this “pukka gen.”
This is definitely off-topic … but your author’s been doing a little simulation racing. What better to drive than a Mustang … and if a Mustang, it has to be a Debden Mustang (in this case 335th FS-style).
A few creative liberties were taken with the placement of invasion stripes.
Due to a vast increase of the number of odd (likely automated) registrations, registration for the fourthfightergroup.com blog is temporarily suspended. Registration and use of our forums continues to be available, of course.
We apologize for any inconvenience.
Life at Debden – from home movies shot by 335th FS SSgt Joe Sills.
Not surprisingly brought to you courtesy of Wade Mayers Art.
The online simulation WarBirds’ 4th Fighter Group has reorganized its homepage. In continuous operation since 1995 (and not coincidentally, how this webmaster and the Fourthfightergroup.com researchers got into the process of building this site), this simulation WarBirds group is now located here.
The 4th Facebook page comes through again with this week’s update! The Fabulous Rocketeers site details the exploits of the 4th in and over Korea.
Make sure to drop by soon!
The rest of the major Eagle Squadrons pages – the 71, 121, and 133 Squadron histories and rosters – are now online in the new format! Thanks to Dean for the correction in the 121 Squadron roster.
The first page conversion is up: the Eagle Squadrons page has been converted from its former tan-and-olive look into the new format. Still working on the sub-pages…