John V. Hogan

John V. Hogan - Bombardier, listed as a member of the crew of 1st Lt. Norman Appold which bombed the Italian Chemical Works at Crotone March 30, 1943. Originally scheduled to be the lead Bombardier and fly in the command ship to Ploesti with Colonel Keith K. Compton but was hospitalized with an ear infection. Awarded five Air Medals and two Distinguished Flying Crosses. He died June 26, 1981.

Click on any of the below images to view a larger image.  Photos were donated by his son, Dan.

376 ARCHIVES

At the 2017 reunion, the board approved the donation of our archives to the Briscoe Center for American History, located on the University of Texas - Austin campus.

Click here to go to their main website.

Also, the board approved a $5,000 donation to add to Ed Clendenin's $20,000 donation in the memory of his father. Together, these funds begin an endowment for the preservation of the 376 archives.

2018 REUNION

DATES :  TBD

CITY : Dayton, Ohio

HOTEL: TBD

2018 reunion details


previous reunions

For Sale

The Other Doolittle Raid


The Liberandos


Three Crawford Brothers


Liberando: Reflections of a Reluctant Warrior


376th Bomb Group Mission History


The Last Liberator


Full Circle


Shadows of Wings


Ten Men, A "Flying Boxcar," and A War


I Survived Ploesti


A Measure of Life


Shot Down In Yugoslavia


Stories of My Life


Attack


Born in Battle