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The AAF in Southern England Late 1944

These fourteen images are part of more than 300 negatives found at a flea market and rescued.

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Tibbons office desk.jpg
Tibbons office desk.jpg
These fourteen images are part of more than 300 negatives found at a flea market and rescued.
T Sgt Reese in Gunn office.jpg
T Sgt Reese in Gunn office.jpg
These fourteen images are part of more than 300 negatives found at a flea market and rescued.
Sgts Clink and Armstrong.jpg
Sgts Clink and Armstrong.jpg
These fourteen images are part of more than 300 negatives found at a flea market and rescued.
Maj Griffin.jpg
Maj Griffin.jpg
These fourteen images are part of more than 300 negatives found at a flea market and rescued. More information on the Flickr posting of this photo. http://www.flickr.com/photos/49024304@N00/2953950274/
Lt Speed.jpg
Lt Speed.jpg
These fourteen images are part of more than 300 negatives found at a flea market and rescued.
Jack Fisher in jeep.jpg
Jack Fisher in jeep.jpg
These fourteen images are part of more than 300 negatives found at a flea market and rescued.
Gen Gross amd friend col .jpg
Gen Gross amd friend col .jpg
These fourteen images are part of more than 300 negatives found at a flea market and rescued.
Capt Newquist.jpg
Capt Newquist.jpg
These fourteen images are part of more than 300 negatives found at a flea market and rescued. More information is added on this shot as posted on Flickr: http://www.flickr.com/photos/49024304@N00/2951456683/
Capt K H Buck Rogers.jpg
Capt K H Buck Rogers.jpg
These fourteen images are part of more than 300 negatives found at a flea market and rescued.
Capt Jack A Fisher.jpg
Capt Jack A Fisher.jpg
These fourteen images are part of more than 300 negatives found at a flea market and rescued.
Badger and Kummel.jpg
Badger and Kummel.jpg
These fourteen images are part of more than 300 negatives found at a flea market and rescued. g.asher on Flickr says: I have another image taken from the top of a hangar (to the left in the photo you have) showing this Thunderbolt with other 1st CBW 'hack' aircraft - the blurry triangle on the tail can only mean one thing Here's the link to the photo I mentioned (posted on Footnote) straight from the AAF's WWII photo collection at NARA College Park: www.footnote.com/image/#32443634

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