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TSGT James Moore of the 324th Bomb Sq, 91st BG, radio operator aboard B-17F 41-24480 "The Bad Penny" (coded DF-C). 6 May 1943.

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Made 07 May 2009

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SSGT Jack Levine of the 324th Bomb Sq, 91st BG, flight engineer/top turret gunner aboard B-17F 42-5069 "Our Gang" (coded DF-G).

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Made 07 May 2009

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TSGT Renz (top) and crew accomplish an engine change on the 91st BG's B-17G "The Wild Hare" at Bassingbourne.

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Made 06 May 2009

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TSGT Wilbur D. Renz of Cardington, OH leads the charge on a #3 engine change for "The Wild Hare." Renz was the ship's crew chief.

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Made 06 May 2009

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B-17G 42-31515 of the 91st BG. "The Wild Hare" served with both the 324th and 401st Bomb Sq's.

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Made 06 May 2009

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May 1944: SGT Bill Trickey sprays down the engine with solvent on the ramp at Duxford. Aircraft is P-47D 42-26630 (coded MX-H) assigned to 78th FG operations...

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Made 06 May 2009

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SGT Frank Banning of Mt. Pleasant, TX, assistant crew chief, 381st BG.

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Made 06 May 2009

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MSGT Frederick M. Gross of Jackson Center, OH, crew chief, 381st BG.

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Made 06 May 2009

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CPL John Volope, Newark NJ, mechanic of the 381st BG.

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Made 06 May 2009

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B-17G 42-40017 "Me & My Gal" (coded MS-W) of the 535th Bomb Sq, 381st BG gets her flak-damaged #2 engine replaced at Ridgwell. The aircraft...

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Made 06 May 2009

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SSGT Jim Sterling (L) & SSGT Joe McCarthy tote cowling panels removed from a P-47D assigned to the 83rd Ftr Sq, 78th FG after a mission to Berlin in the...

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Made 06 May 2009

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MSGT Joseph R. Giambrone, former crew chief of the 91st Bomb Group's B-17 "Memphis Belle," works on another Fortress after the "Belle"...

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Made 06 May 2009

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SGT Harry East, a crew chief of the "Debden Eagles" 4th FG, examines the plumbing on the engine of his P-51B

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Made 06 May 2009

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Another view of the 91st BG's "Delta Rebel No. 2" (B-17F 42-5077 of the 323rd Bomb Sq, coded OR-T) in the barn at Bassignbourne.

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Made 06 May 2009

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P-47D 42-25905 assigned to 1LT William W. McElhare (coded LM-K) of the 62nd Ftr Sq, 56th FG (two confirmed aerial victories) undergoes an engine change at...

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Made 06 May 2009

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How many mechanics does it take to change an R-1820? Depends on how many faces want to get in front of the camera. B-17F 42-5077 (coded OR-T) of the 323rd...

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Made 06 May 2009

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16 July 1944: Mechanics pour over the engine of a 339th FG P-51B (for the sake of the cameraman and the "folks back home") at Fowlmere. The bird...

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Made 06 May 2009

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10 January 1945: P-51D 44-14673 (coded LH-I) of the 350th Ftr Sq, 353rd FG gets a check from her crew chief. The aircraft was nicknamed "Galloping...

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Made 06 May 2009

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P-47D 42-27339 of the 82nd Ftr Sq, 78th FG assigned to LTC Joseph Myers. Myers achieved notoriety by being the first pilot to shoot down a jet-powered Me-262...

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Made 06 May 2009

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P-47D 42-26044 "Silver Lady" (coded HV-Z underscored) of the 61st Ftr Sq, 56th FG gets "tanked up" in late summer 1944. The ship was...

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Made 06 May 2009

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