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28 March 1945; shortly after her delivery (compliments of the U.S. Navy's CVE-55 CASABLANCA), one of the first P-47Ns in the Pacific undergoes acceptance...

Source: WWII US Air Force Photos » Page 2392

Made 14 Aug 2013

Page 1890

27 November 1944: B-29 serial 42-63428 of the 873rd Bomb Sq, 498th BG is one of four 'Superforts' destroyed in a Japanese raid on Saipan.

Source: WWII US Air Force Photos » Page 1890

Made 14 Aug 2013

Page 1859

31 July 1944: P-47Ds of the 333rd Ftr Sq, 318th FG occupy the east end of West Field on Saipan.

Source: WWII US Air Force Photos » Page 1859

Made 10 Aug 2013

Page 966

24 June 1944: LTC Neil R. Macintyre lands the first Marine R5C-1 at Aslito airfield, Saipan.

Source: WWII US Air Force Photos » Page 966

Made 10 Aug 2013

Page 1

6 March 1945: LT R.J. Betner of the 47th Ftr Sq, 15th FG loses control of P-51D serial 44-63464 on landing at Iwo Jima.

Source: WWII US Air Force Photos » Page 1

Made 08 Aug 2013

Page 6

7 April 1945: P-51Ds of the 531st Ftr Sq, 21st FG preflighted and rarin' to go to Tokyo.

Source: WWII US Air Force Photos » Page 6

Made 08 Aug 2013

Page 13

15 March 1945: the Seabees are still laying out the N-S runway on Iwo Jima, and two Superforts - an F-13 and B-29 - have already made emergency landings.

Source: WWII US Air Force Photos » Page 13

Made 08 Aug 2013

Page 9

7 April 1945: an unidentified P-51D assigned to the 531st Ftr Sq, 21st Fg launches to escort the first raid on Tokyo.

Source: WWII US Air Force Photos » Page 9

Made 08 Aug 2013

Page 19

27 March 1945: PV-1 BuNo 49596 assigned to VPB-133 takes a beating while strafing Japanese picket ship between Honshu and the Bonin Islands. Aircraft...

Source: WWII US Air Force Photos » Page 19

Made 08 Aug 2013

Page 7

6 March 1945: P-51D assigned to the 45th Ftr Sq, 15th FG lands on Iwo Jima.

Source: WWII US Air Force Photos » Page 7

Made 08 Aug 2013

Page 5

6 March 1945: P-51D assigned to the 47th Ftr Sq, 15th FG lands on the newly refinished airstrip on Iwo Jima.

Source: WWII US Air Force Photos » Page 5

Made 08 Aug 2013

Page 3

6 March 1945: little more than two weeks after the first Marines struggled up Iwo Jima's volcanic slopes, the first p-51s land on her newly refinished airstrip.

Source: WWII US Air Force Photos » Page 3

Made 08 Aug 2013

Page 46

27 June 1945: B-25J serial 44-30343 fitted with a "strafer" nose package, presumably assigned to the 41st BG. Probably photographed as the unit...

Source: WWII US Air Force Photos » Page 46

Made 08 Aug 2013

Page 44

19 April 1945: an unidentified P-51D (ship #278) of the 72nd Ftr Sq, 21st FG returns to its parking spot following a strafing mission on Kyushu.

Source: WWII US Air Force Photos » Page 44

Made 08 Aug 2013

Page 38

21 April 1945: As the P-51s of the 15th FG prepare to launch for escort of the second strike on Tokyo, this "Mustang" seesm to have an identity...

Source: WWII US Air Force Photos » Page 38

Made 08 Aug 2013

Page 3

9 June 1945: P-51D serial 44-63987 is lost. 2LT David C. Fuller was KIA when he bailed out too low.

Source: WWII US Air Force Photos » Page 3

Made 08 Aug 2013

Page 20

20 April 1945: PBJ-1J BuNo 35239 assigned to VMB-612 was attempting to land via GCA at the fog-shrouded strip at Iwo Jima. Landing short of the runway, the...

Source: WWII US Air Force Photos » Page 20

Made 08 Aug 2013

Page 72

25 April 1945: P-51D serial 44-63993 "Jimmie" assigned to the 45th Ftr Sq, 15th FG.

Source: WWII US Air Force Photos » Page 72

Made 08 Aug 2013

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25 April 1945: P-51D serial 44-63993 "Jimmie" assigned to the 45th Ftr Sq, 15th FG, Iwo Jima.

Source: WWII US Air Force Photos » Page 50

Made 08 Aug 2013

Page 926

15 July 1944: two unidentifed men stand with "Idiot's Delite," a Douglas A-20A apparently used by the 379th BG as a unit 'hack.'

Source: WWII US Air Force Photos » Page 926

Made 19 Jul 2013

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