Annotations by Gmasher, 261-280

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24 March 1945: B-24s of the 456th BG leave their calling cards at Munich Reim airdrome, Germany.

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Made 17 Sep 2013

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C-46 "Commando" assigned to the 47th Troop Carrier Sq, 313th TCG.

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Made 17 Sep 2013

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7 April 1945" A B-24 of the 67th Bomb Sq, 44th BG leaves Neumunster, Germany.

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Made 17 Sep 2013

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1LT Richard C. Lunna, Newport Center, VT - pilot, 387th Ftr Sq, 365th FG "Hell Hawks."

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Made 17 Sep 2013

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A B-24 of the 735th Bomb Sq, 453rd BG drops supplies to airborne troops following Operation VARSITY.

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Made 17 Sep 2013

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24 March 1945: skid marks to nowhere. Ghostly outline of a British Airspeed Horsa glider which burned to ashes after landing during Operation VARSITY.

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Made 17 Sep 2013

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9 December 1944: On the way to Stuttgart, B-17G serial 42-97388 "Silver Dollar" (coded FR-L) of the 525th Bomb Sq, 379th BG strikes another...

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Made 17 Sep 2013

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9 December 1944: B-17G serial 42-97170 "Julie Mae" (coded FO-A) of the 527th Bomb Sq, 379th BG was on its way to Stuttgart, Germany when she was...

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Made 17 Sep 2013

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23 March 1945: a B-26 - probably assigned to the 323rd BG - heads for home following a successful run on Dinslaken, Germany.

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Made 13 Sep 2013

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24 January 1944: 1LT Lester F. Kress of the 360th Ftr Sq, 356th FG is credited with his first aerial victory, an Me-109. Two weeks later he would share one...

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Made 13 Sep 2013

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C-47 of the 29th Troop Carrier Sq, 313th TCG at Berlin's Tempelhof airport, July 1945.

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Made 13 Sep 2013

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An anonymous B-17G of the 452nd BG shortly after bomb release, "Somewhere over Germany."

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Made 13 Sep 2013

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20 December 1943: B-17F serial 42-29837 "Lady Luck" (coded DF-A) of the 324th Bomb Sq, 91st BG over Bremen, Germany.

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Made 13 Sep 2013

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7 July 1944: a 467th BG B-24 makes the turn for home following a successful run over Lutzkendorf.

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Made 13 Sep 2013

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Whimsical "fish mouth" nose art added to the 'dicing' camera installation - a field modification - on this anonymous Lockheed F-5A nicknamed...

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Made 13 Sep 2013

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P-47d serial 44-33051 of the 507th Ftr Sq, 404th FG undergoes an engine change at Fritzlar, Germany (Y-86). Having the tail jacked to a level attitude...

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Made 13 Sep 2013

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P-47D serial 42-28367 of the 506th Ftr Sq, 404th FG is on the jacks for a landing gear retraction check at their new home: Fritzlar, Germany (Y-86).

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Made 13 Sep 2013

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Recycling at its most desperate: salvaged and war-weary Focke Wulf 190 fuselages await never-to-be-completed refurbishment.

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Made 13 Sep 2013

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20 November 1944: 465th BG commander COL Clarence J. Lokker was at the controls of B-24H serial 41-28853 of the 783rd Bomb Sq (Blue "I") when his...

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Made 13 Sep 2013

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25 February 1945: an anonymous B-24 assigned to the 491st BG is captured by the photographer's lens following the strike on Aschaffenburg, Germany.

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Made 13 Sep 2013

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