The Jolly Rogers 90th BG Web Site

Hello, My name is Gary Gray. My father, SSGT. Wilson R. Gray, served with the 90th BG from 1942 until early 1945. As a matter of fact, he shipped home the same day the 90th left Biak Island.

Throughout my youth, I was fascinated with all of the photos, books and memorabilia that dad had brought home from the war. Often I would ask him to take down the kangaroo skin photo album he has and show the photograghs to me again. It was a mysterious and dangerous world he served in during those years.

As I got older, I learned more about the 90th BG through several internet sources and, having a working knowledge of HTML, I decided to start a website about the 90th BG.

I was immediately overwhelmed with contributions for the site. So much in fact, I had a very difficult time keeping track of all of it.

The pages presented here are the culmination, albiet a work in progress, of my interest, as well as that of those who have added so much.

This is the second version of my efforts. The first site, hosted initiallyt at (later, was taken down by NBCI without my being notified. Rather rude I thought. Fortunately, I had all of the original files saved on my home PC. This latest version features many changes suggested by past viewers of the original site. I have strived to make the navigation, user interface, and overall look more friendly and pleasing. To those of you that have lent a helping hand and those of you that offered suggestions, I thank you.

For the sacrifices of those that did not return, the memory of those that survived and have departed us as well as the benefit of those that are still with us, these pages are humbly dedicated.

I sincerely hope you enjoy your visit.

For contribution information, please contact me HERE.

For a page listing contributors, follow this LINK

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