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Douglas-Long Beach B-17F-55-DL Flying Fortress (s/n 42-3400) named "The Gremlin's Sweetheart" from the 334th BS, 95th BG, 8th AF.

Source: WWII US Air Force Photos » Page 1

Made 03 Feb 2012

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This is most likely a B-24J-155-CO Liberator from the 753rd BS, 458th BG, 8th AF named "Table Stuff" (s/n 44-40285) and coded J4-H.

Source: WWII US Air Force Photos » Page 1

Made 02 Feb 2012

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Damage received on the September 13,1944 mission to Altenburg. A direct flak hit in the radio room blew the Radio Operator (T/Sgt. William B. Post) out of...

Source: WWII US Air Force Photos » Page 1

Made 02 Feb 2012

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Consolidated B-24D-35-CO Liberator (s/n 42-40211) named "Jeannie C." from the 424th BS, 307th BG, 13th AF.

Source: WWII US Air Force Photos » Page 1

Made 02 Feb 2012

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The 401st's 200th mission was to bomb the rail yards and a bridge near Cologne,Germany on 28 January 1945.

Source: WWII US Air Force Photos » Page 2

Made 01 Feb 2012

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This page should be with MACR 10641, not with MACR 2750 as it is here.

Source: Missing Air Crew Reports, WWII » Page 4

Made 01 Feb 2012

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Martin B-26B-15-MA Marauder (s/n 41-31615) named "Hell's Angels" from the 555th BS, 386th BG, 9th AF (coded YA-G). Crash-landed on November 18,1944.

Source: WWII US Air Force Photos » Page 1

Made 01 Feb 2012

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M56 4,000 lb. general purpose bombs.

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Made 01 Feb 2012

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1st Lt. Vernon D. Duncan crew, from the 562nd BS, 388th BG, 8th AF.

Source: WWII US Air Force Photos » Page 1

Made 31 Jan 2012

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J.A. Wisehart crew from the 560th BS, 388th BG, 8th AF.

Source: WWII US Air Force Photos » Page 1

Made 31 Jan 2012

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J.P. Gunn crew from the 563rd BS, 388th BG, 8th AF. Completed their tour on March 15,1944.

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Made 31 Jan 2012

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The B.J. Keirsted crew from the 563rd BS, 388th BG, 8th AF. They flew their first mission on 26 November 1943 and completed their 25 mission combat tour on 4...

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Made 31 Jan 2012

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This plane is most likely one named "Hulcher's Vultures", a B-17G (s/n 42-39845) from the 563rd BS, 388th BG, 8th AF. It's of interest that the...

Source: WWII US Air Force Photos » Page 1

Made 29 Jan 2012

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"Lil' One" was a B-17F Flying Fortress (s/n 42-30213) from the 562nd BS, 388th BG, 8th AF. She was lost on November 13,1943 when her crew abandoned...

Source: WWII US Air Force Photos » Page 1

Made 28 Jan 2012

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"Joho's Jokers" was a B-17F-115-BO (s/n 42-30625) from the 563rd BS, 388th BG, 8th AF. She flew 59 missions with the 388th. The first was on 27...

Source: WWII US Air Force Photos » Page 1

Made 28 Jan 2012

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Boeing B-17G-50-BO Flying Fortress (s/n 42-102433) from the 562nd BS, 388th BG, 8th AF. Written-off after a crashlanding on May 22,1944 at Ludham,England. It...

Source: WWII US Air Force Photos » Page 1

Made 28 Jan 2012

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Williams crew from the 562nd BS, 388th BG, 8th AF. On the 10/10/43 mission they were hit by flak and forced to leave the formation, then were attacked by...

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Made 28 Jan 2012

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Boeing B-17F-95-BO Flying Fortress (s/n 42-30317) named "Second Chance" from the 562nd BS, 388th BG, 8th AF. Lost on the November 26,1943 mission...

Source: WWII US Air Force Photos » Page 1

Made 28 Jan 2012

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No Tail Gunner is pictured because this is a 'Lead' crew. They flew with a pilot in the tail position to observe the formation.

Source: WWII US Air Force Photos » Page 1

Made 27 Jan 2012

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Todd crew from the 561st BS, 388th BG, 8th AF. Lost on the December 5,1943 mission to Bordeaux,France. They were flying a B-17F (s/n 42-30837) named...

Source: WWII US Air Force Photos » Page 1

Made 27 Jan 2012

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