I have a copy of a yearbook or photo book from my grandfather's library. While he did serve as a pilot in the Pacific, he does not appear in this book, so I was hoping to send it to someone that will appreciate it. It has no date that I have noticed, other than the description in the foreword of "The following pages attempt pictorially to reveal the life of our Squadron during its first year as a combat unit in New Guinea and the Southwest Pacific Area." The book is dedicated to Col. Neel E Kearby, Congressional Medal of Honor recipient, after his death. This book is mostly photographs, with a few short paragraphs about Sydney, some Combat reports, and a few bio's on various personnel. It is probably about 250 to 300 pages long. It includes a roster of Officers and Enlisted. I would like this book to go to someone for whom it has some meaning, otherwise I will look into giving it to a college library, such as the Texas A&M military science collection. If you are interested, please reply to the topic.