ANSA
Association Normande du Souvenir Ae'rien  1939-1945 Orne-Maine
"To pass on their memory is our duty to future generation"
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B-17 "Chow Hound" Crew 
8th Army Air Force
91st Bomb Group
322nd Bomb Squadron
Monument located at:
Lonlay L'Abbaye, France
Major William G. Colman
9th Army Air force
405th Fighter Group
511 Fighter Squadron
Monument dedicated in Landisacq, France July 10, 2005
B-17 Crew
8th Army Air Force
      92nd Bomb Group
      326th Bomb Squadron
Monument located at:
St. Clair de Halouze, France
The Dig's
1st Lt. William D. Lacey, Jr. - Saint Martin Don, France
1st Lt. Billy Vincent - La Motte Fouquet, France
Capt. Robert A. Cranmer - Morteaux-Couliboeuf, France
ABSA
"Association Bretagne du Souvenir Ae'rien  1939-1945"
Madame Catherine Meunier
Has Known
T/Sgt Wilburn R. Harkins
for
18 Years
Mr. Jacques Paris
President
ASSOCIATIONS
Coddington's Dig
Mr. Daniel Dahiot
President
"Boxcar"
Memorial
June 9, 2012
P-47 Engine
Prop Blade
Fire Extinguisher
Cover
Many American pilots and soldiers lost their lives in France during WWII. Many are buried in France today. is their memory fated to only survive in cemeteries, leaving their families wondering?
Several French associations have decided to pay tribute to our fallen airman and soldiers; as they organize ceremonies, The Lacey-Davis Foundation is working in America to find the families of those airman and soldiers who are going to be honored by these French associations. it is also the desire of these associations to gather testimonies from credited witness, position individual site by GPS reckoning and pass this information on to the families.
Monsieur
Jean-Marc Bonnet
has Known
2nd Lt. Buel Bates
for
10years
Vincent Orriere
     President