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CAPT Paul M. Ellington of the 335th Ftr Sq, 4th FG prepares to leave following a visit to the 381st BG station of Ridgewell. P-47C 41-6214 was formerly...

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Made 02 May 2009

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While it carries the nickname "Arkansas Traveler," 350th Ftr Sq P-47D 42-76141 still carried her original nose art, "Mud N' Mules," on...

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Made 01 May 2009

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LT Alwin M. "Max" Juchheim of the 83rd Ftr Sq, 78th FG chats with his crew chief. Officially credited with nine confirmed aerial victories, his...

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Made 01 May 2009

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CAPT Robert S. Johnson of the 61st Ftr Sq, 56th FG in the cockpit of his third P-47, "All Hell" (serial 42-76234, coded HV-P).

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Made 01 May 2009

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LT Quince L. Brown of the 84th Ftr Sq, 78th FG. Officially credited wit 12.33 confirmed aerial victories, his aircraft is P-47D 42-74753, coded WZ-J. Rising...

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Made 01 May 2009

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LTC Herbert E. Johnson, Jr., commander of the 77th Ftr Sq, 20th FG.

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Made 01 May 2009

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1LT Warren M. Wesson of the 82nd Ftr Sq, 78th FG watches as his crew chief, TSGT Clarence H. Koskela, adds a sixth swastika to his P-47D (serial 42-8530,...

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Made 01 May 2009

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MAJ Sylvester V. Burke, 63rd Ftr Sq, 56th FG. Officially credited with three confirmed aerial victories.

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Made 01 May 2009

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30 November 1943: While Mahurin gets congratulated for the public relations photo op, note how the pilot and the "congratulator" have carefully...

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Made 01 May 2009

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LT Justus D. Foster of the 61st Ftr Sq, 56th FG. On 26 June 1943, during an escort mission over Villecoublay flying his P-47C (serial 41-6620, coded HV-H),...

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Made 01 May 2009

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LT William L. Rogers of the 1st Scouting Force. A number of the SF pilots were former bomber pilots, although Rogers' exact history is unknown at present. On...

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Made 01 May 2009

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LT William E. Scofield of the 1st Scouting Force based at Honigton. On 21 January 1945 he was involved in a taxiing accident with P-51D 44-15593. It would...

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Made 01 May 2009

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17 October 1944: Two unnamed pilots of the 383rd Ftr Sq, 364th FG shake hands in front of a P-51D named, in German, for a bird with a large posterior.

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Made 01 May 2009

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LT Horace Q. Waggoner (L) of the 352nd Ftr Sq, 353rd FG, chats with squadron mate LT Arthur C. Cundy. On 11 March 1945 Cundy, a 6-victory ace, was lost...

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Made 01 May 2009

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LT William A. Pitcher of the 355th Ftr Sq, 354th FG. Pitcher was a native of Spokane, WA.

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Made 01 May 2009

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LT Franklyn E. Hendrickson of the 355th Ftr Sq, 354th FG. He hailed from Long Island, NY.

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Made 01 May 2009

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LT Elmer N. Fiery, Jr of the 383rd Ftr Sq, 364th FG with his ground crew. Officially credited with two confirmed aerial victories, his aircraft is P-51D...

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Made 01 May 2009

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LT William F. Streit of the 352nd Ftr Sq, 353rd FG is "All for one and one for all" with his ground crew. Officially credited with 4.5 confirmed...

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Made 01 May 2009

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CAPT Irvin C. Baker of the 77th Ftr Sq, 20th FG shakes hands with his crew chief on completion of his tour. He started in P-38s with the unit before its...

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Made 01 May 2009

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LTC Joseph L. Thury, commander of the 505th Ftr Sq, 339th FG in the cockpit of his last "Pauline" (P-51D 44-72437, coded 6N-C).

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Made 01 May 2009

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