Mary Berg wasn't sure what she was getting into when a veteran friend told her "Let's go see the Red Feather Club." In fact, she had no idea what the Red Feather Club was. But curiosity got the best of her and she embarked on a journey back to Earl’s 95th Bomb Group base in East Anglia, the heart of the English countryside where the 8th Air Force flew bombing missions from 1942 to the end of the war.
Sixty-five years after VE Day, she watched as the fly boys proudly walked the familiar pathways to the control towers, where their Big Bombers were guided into the air and (with luck) back home again. For some of these Fly Boys, she saw what would be their final journey back to the place and time that defined the rest of their lives, and she revisited in subsequent years with others.
Mary decided that her mission would be to go back as often as possible, taking travelers to these places to share the stories she heard and help remember a history which is too important to be forgotten.
She invites you to join her in viewing the amazing historical sites of WWII and join in on one of the adventures.