Four members of the WWII 324th Fighter Group, along with family members and friends, toured the Buffalo Trace Distillery in Frankfort on Friday as part of a reunion. Listening to the tour guide were Jerri Jones, left, widow of member John Jones; Dee Jones, wife of Bud Jones; and 324th members Dave Gatling, Bud Jones, Jerry Wurmser and Stan Hart.
Four members of the WWII 324th Fighter Group, along with family members and friends, toured the Buffalo Trace Distillery in Frankfort on Friday as part of a reunion. Listening to the tour guide were Jerri Jones, left, widow of member John Jones; Dee Jones, wife of Bud Jones; and 324th members Dave Gatling, Bud Jones, Jerry Wurmser and Stan Hart. Herald-Leader
Four members of the WWII 324th Fighter Group, along with family members and friends, toured the Buffalo Trace Distillery in Frankfort on Friday as part of a reunion. Listening to the tour guide were Jerri Jones, left, widow of member John Jones; Dee Jones, wife of Bud Jones; and 324th members Dave Gatling, Bud Jones, Jerry Wurmser and Stan Hart. Herald-Leader

WWII fighter group has reunion, tours Buffalo Trace

June 21, 2013 5:38 PM

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