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He is on the USS Wasp CV-7 on the River Clyde heading for King George V Dock at Glasgow. There they will pick up spitfires. The carrier had off loaded her group in the Orkneys at…

Image, found in charlese87328's uploads: michael holt kernodle.jpg · 01 Apr 2015 You

Have a look at this

Spotlight: Sgt. Mabel S. Carney, Camden, N.J · 25 Mar 2015 You

This must be up to the point when the destroyers and two oilers left the task force.

Spotlight: Escorts includes USS GWIN DD=433 · 24 Mar 2015 You

Looks like a PBY5a with a retractable undercarriage. Philippine Islands -The two-year-old daughter of a pathologist, whose family was evacuated just before the Jap arrival, is…

Spotlight: Catalina · 06 Mar 2015 You

Notice the destroyer behind Cimarron's funnel.

Spotlight: USS Cimarron · 25 Feb 2015 You

Is it an Oscar?

Spotlight: Derelict Japanese Fighter · 23 Feb 2015 You

Its called Airborne Interception Radar "A.I" the first sets were AI Mk IV

Spotlight: Airborne Interception Radar · 16 Feb 2015 You

Look at the stars and bars under each wing. I wonder if he got the 190

Spotlight: p-47 dogfight · 07 Feb 2015 You

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Image, found in WWII US Air Force Photos: Page 1 · 17 Jan 2015 You

The markings make it before June 1942

Spotlight: Spitfire MkV · 08 Jan 2015 You

This picture is in the history of the group. At the time Betty J had flown 993 hours flying time, 43 in combat over the Reich, flew 59 missions with 27 crews, 15 3ngine changes,…

Image, found in WWII US Air Force Photos: Page 1 · 08 Jan 2015 You

That's it, thanks

Spotlight: Japanese Zero fighter? · 01 Jan 2015 You

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Image, found in WWII US Air Force Photos: Page 115 · 27 Dec 2014 You

SWALES, Ian Clifford Kirby, F/O (44835, Royal Air Force) - No.15 Squadron - Distinguished Flying Cross - awarded as per London Gazette dated 13 March 1942. Enlisted as aircraft…

Image, found in WWII US Air Force Photos: Page 55 · 18 Nov 2014 You

I think he lost some fingers have a look at

Image, found in WWII US Air Force Photos: Page 1 · 17 Nov 2014 You

The gunner was Sgt. James Krantz who was blown out of the plane when his “blister” was shot away. Home made straps he had designed saved him from plunging to death.

Spotlight: Air gunner! · 17 Nov 2014 You

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Spotlight: Air gunner! · 17 Nov 2014 You

One of 16 British built Airspeed Oxfords retained by the USAAF

Spotlight: British Airspeed Oxford · 15 Nov 2014 You

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Spotlight: Bail Out! · 06 Nov 2014 You

404 Squadron Royal Canadian air force, the codes set the action around June 1944

Spotlight: Bristol Beaufighter TFX · 03 Nov 2014 You