Date Annotations by Gmasher, 521-540

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4 September 1944: "NO WORK WITHOUT WORK ORDER. NO TOOLS LOANED OUT." Strictly business in the 353rd FG's Engineering Shop at their Raydon, England...

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Made 09 May 2009

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Snow, frost, fog - looks like a scrubbed mission to me, but Ed Carpenter cleans the windows anyway. The winter of 1944-45 was one of the worst to date...

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Made 09 May 2009

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4 April 1945: all used up. B-17G 42-97880 "Little Miss Mischief" of the 324th Bomb Sq, 91st BG being salvaged following a belly-landing.

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Made 08 May 2009

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14 May 1943: Mechanics of the 322nd Bomb Sq, 91st BG begin repairs to the vertical fin of B-17F 42-3057 (coded LG-N) following the mission to Keil, Germany....

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Made 08 May 2009

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1 December 1943: "The Shamrock Special" (B-17F 42-29591, coded LL-Z) gets a facelift - er - "tail-lift" after being heavily damaged in a...

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Made 08 May 2009

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28 July 1944: while this newly arrived P-51D is slung up for bore sighting, mechanics of the 383rd Ftr Sq, 364th FG take the opportunity to apply invasion...

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Made 08 May 2009

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6 November 1944: B-17G 44-8315, a "Mickey" (radar pathfinder) aircraft attached to the 324th Bomb Sq, 91st BG took a direct hit from flak on a BTO...

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Made 07 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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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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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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21 July 1945 - the fun's over. Get caught buzzing and they have your tail in a sling, since somebody on the ground spotted your gigantic squadron code...

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Made 30 Apr 2009

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26 June 1943: 2LT Justus D. Foster, 62nd Ftr Sq, 56th FG, got spanked during a fighter escort mission over Villacoublay. Tangling with Fw-190s of JG26, the...

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Made 17 Apr 2009

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15 October 1944: ground crewmen examine the damage to the 91st Bomb Group B-17G "Little Miss Mischief." Miraculously, there were no fatalities from...

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Made 17 Apr 2009

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9 March 1944: The third consecutive day over Berlin netted this bird some flak bites. B-17G 42-31353 "Queenie" of the 322nd Bomb Sq, 91st BG...

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Made 31 Jan 2009

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25 April 1944: on a mission to Metz-Frescaty, France, B-17G 42-37958 "Old Faithful" (coded LL-G) of the 401st Bomb Sq, 91st BG got lucky. An 88mm...

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Made 31 Jan 2009

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18 April 1942: a USN photo claiming to be Doolittle's B-25s heading for Tokyo is actually showing SBDs with F4F fighter escorts orbiting them

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Made 24 Jan 2009

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