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Consolidated B-24J-1-FO Liberator (s/n 42-50625) from the 565th BS, 389th BG, 8th AF and coded EE-Z. Destroyed on August 14,1944 after crash-landing at...

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Made 21 Sep 2012

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Martin B-26B-45-MA Marauder (42-95753) named "My Gal" from the 441st BS, 320th BG, 12th AF. (B/N 08) It was lost on December 23,1944 diversion...

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Made 21 Sep 2012

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"Damit" the plane mascot.

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Made 18 Sep 2012

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this is probably #23 named "Tuff Ship" from the 721st BS, 450th BG, 15th AF. It was a B-24H-5-CF Liberator (s/n 41-29224).

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Made 18 Sep 2012

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Douglas-Long Beach B-17G-50-DL Flying Fortress (s/n 44-6376) from the 99th Bomb Group.

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Made 18 Sep 2012

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No-name PFF aircraft coded IY-H. Lockheed/Vega B-17G-25-VE (s/n 42-97636) from the 615th BS, 401st BG, 8th AF.

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Made 17 Sep 2012

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USS Natoma Bay (CVE-62) a Casablanca-class escort crarrier.

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Made 16 Sep 2012

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"Toonerville Trolley" a B-24G, unknown Group and serial number.

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Made 15 Sep 2012

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North American P-51D-10-NA Mustang (s/n 44-14443)

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Made 15 Aug 2012

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2095th Engineer Fire Fighting Platoon (Aviation)

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Made 08 Aug 2012

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Control tower of RAF Framlingham (Parham), USAAF Station 153. Home of the 390th Bomb Group.

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Made 08 Aug 2012

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Should read Consolidated B-24 Liberator

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Made 08 Aug 2012

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"Mary, Queen of Scott" was a North American P-51D Mustang (s/n 44-13881) (coded 6N-B) from the 505th Fighter Squadron, 339th Fighter Group. It was...

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Made 08 Aug 2012

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These men are from the 445th Bomb Group, 8th Air Force.

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Made 08 Aug 2012

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1142nd Military Police Co. (AVN), based at USAAF Station 167, Ridgewell,Essex. Home of the 381st Bomb Group.

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Made 07 Aug 2012

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"Max" was a Douglas-Long Beach B-17F-30-DL (s/n 42-3158) from the 427th BS, 303rd BG, 8th AF and coded GN-Y. Lost on 29 April 1944 mission to...

Source: WWII US Air Force Photos » Page 237

Made 07 Aug 2012

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"Max" was a Douglas-Long Beach B-17F-30-DL (s/n 42-3158) from the 427th BS, 303rd BG, 8th AF and coded GN-Y. Lost on 29 April 1944 mission to...

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Made 07 Aug 2012

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1685th Ordnance Supply & Maintenance Co. was attached to the 487th Bomb Group at Lavenham,Suffolk (USAAF St. 137).

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Made 06 Aug 2012

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Lt. Frederick G. Smithson crew from the 748th Bomb Squadron, 457th Bomb Group, 8th Air Force. They were trained stateside as a B-24 Liberator crew but found...

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Made 06 Aug 2012

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Coombe House "Flak Shack" for R&R use by 8th AF aircrews. It is near Shaftesbury,Dorset,England.

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Made 06 Aug 2012

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