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Page 1632

MAJ DeJack Williams, commander of the 19th Ftr Sq, 318th FG, attending a briefing for a joint Thunderbolt-Liberator mission from Saipan. Officially credited...

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Made 16 Jan 2009

Page 1632

CAPT Winston H. Park, acting commander of the 333rd Ftr Sq, 318th FG during a briefing for a joint Thunderbolt-Liberator operation from Saipan. Officially...

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Made 16 Jan 2009

Page 273

MAJ Paul R. Crawley, 72nd Fighter Squadron

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Made 09 Jan 2009

Page 52

24 April 1945: P-51D 44-63993 "Jimmie" of the 45th Ftr Sq, 15th FG falls victim to a crippled B-29 of the 504th Bomb Group. A failed hydraulic...

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Made 08 Jan 2009

Page 24

LT Walter A. Cecot, 456th FS, 414th FG dies while attempting to land at Iwo Jima, 28 July 1945. P-47N 44-88546

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Made 08 Jan 2009

Page 10

LT Robert Campbell, 46th Ftr Sq., 21st FG upon returning to Iwo Jima after an escort mission to Tokyo on which his canopy was shattered by enemy fire. He was...

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Made 08 Jan 2009

Page 3

MAJ Harry C. Crim, 531st Ftr Sq, 21st FG, Iwo Jima. 6 aerial victories

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Made 03 Jan 2009

Page 15

LT Gerhard C. Rettberg, 45th Ftr Sq, 15th FG with P-51D 44-63813, 7 April 1945

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Made 03 Jan 2009

Page 1

SSGT Robert Rakow, Jr, Sheboygan, WI - crew chief inspects LTC Leo C. Moon's P-47D 42-27221 "I'll Get By" (coded 4K-L) after getting caught by a...

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Made 03 Dec 2008

Page 1

P-47D 42-25722 "Birdie" assigned to 1LT Denver W. "Smitty" Smith, 507th Ftr Sq, 404th FG (coded Y8-K) prepares to launch from Chippelle...

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Made 03 Dec 2008

Page 19

COL George W. Peck, 67th Tac Recon Group ("Peck's Bad Boys") commander, Toussus Le Noble, France, October 1944

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Made 29 Nov 2008

Page 413

LT Martin H. Johnson, 375th Fighter Squadron, 361st Fighter Group, July 1944. Officially credited with one confirmd aerial victory

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Made 29 Nov 2008

Page 681

LTC Everett W. Stewart, commander of the 355th Fighter Group, 12 August 1944

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Made 28 Nov 2008

Page 681

MAJ Glenn Miller visits the 355th Fighter Group at Steeple Morden, 12 August 1944

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Made 28 Nov 2008

Page 79

Don Gentile & Duane Beeson, aces of the 4th Fighter Group, April 1944

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Made 27 Nov 2008

Page 12

COL Leon W. Gray, commander of the 25th Bomb Group, 8th AF reconnaissance unit. Highly decorated veteran of photo recon operations, he went on to command the...

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Made 27 Nov 2008

Page 9

Nose art from 305th Bomb Group, 365th Bomb Squadron B-17F "Old Bill," removed in the process of repairing severe battle damage. The aircraft...

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Made 27 Nov 2008

Page 1

COL John Stone, commander of the 1st Fighter Group (L), confers with BGEN A.D. "Monk" Hunter of 8th Fighter Command, at RAF Ibsley 4 September 1942.

Source: WWII US Air Force Photos » Page 1

Made 27 Nov 2008

Page 1

MAJ Clayton L. Peterson, commanding officer of the 38th Fighter Squadron, 55th Fighter Group

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Made 27 Nov 2008

Page 1

LTC James M. Stewart, 453rd BG Operations Officer.

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Made 27 Nov 2008

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