This gallery features photos taken by Dr. E.M. Gillum, who served as a mechanic with the 315th in Guam during WWII. He is now retired and spending his free time writing a history of the 3350 engine.

One of the unique aspects of the 315th Bomb Group is the "Radar Wing" which greatly improved bombing accuracy over the standard B-29. It was about the size of a Cessna 150 wing, and attached to the underside of the fuselage.

"The Caden Maiden"

"Grimwood's Gremlins"

"Kagu Tsuchi"

"Liberty Belle"

"Miasis Dragon"

"Moonshine Raiders"

"Night Prowler"

"Noah Borshuns"

"Jus One Mo Time"

"Pom Pom"

If you have aircraft nose art photos or drawings you'd like to have included in the collections maintained at this site, contact:Luc