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Color Photos from World War II

(1941)

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M/Sgt. Penrose A. Bingham Of Reading, Pa., Views The Record Of 'Idiot'S Delight'. England
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Capt Charles R. Mccarthy Points Out Features Of B-17 To English Air Training Cadets At A Base In England.
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Capt. Jack Westward Of Lewiston, Idaho, Instructs Combat Fliers On The Fine Points Of Formation Flying. England.
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An Instructor Attached To Mobile Training Unit Teaches Operation Of Remote Compass Transmitter To A-25 Instrument Specialist In England Courtyard. Chief Features Of Mobile Training Unit Is Their Adaptability To Conditions In Their Theatres Of Opertion.
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Three B-17 Gunners Practice Dinghy Drill. One Man Turns The Crank On A 'Gibson Girl' Emergency Radio Transmitter Sending Out Code Signal. Foreground To Background: S/Sgt Henry J. Hall Of Bakersfield. Calif.; T/Sgt Gail R. Darner Of Windsor, Il., And Ss
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An Instructor Of The Mobile Training Unit Teaches Crew Chiefs Latest Procedures In Servicing Oxygen System, England. Carrying Their Instructional Equipment In Big Gi Trailiers, Mobile Training Units Can Open School Right On A Flight Line. Here In The S
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S/Sgt. Verne P. Woodward Greenwich, N.Y., Waist Gunner On A B-17 Of The Pioneer Heavy Bombardment Group Of The 8Th Air Force, Turns The Crank On An Emergancy Radio Transmitter. England.
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Capt. Michael Ragan, Catholic Chaplain, Holds Services For A Boeing B-17 Crew Prior To Take-Off. England.
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Capt. Michael Ragan, Catholic Chaplain, Holds Services For A Boeing B-17 Crew Prior To Take-Off. England.
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England.....Capt. Michael Ragan, Catholic Chaplain, Holds Services Crew Of B-17 'Fifinella' Prior To Take-Off.
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Fire Fighters Stand By At All Times To Rescue Crew Members From Burning Planes. England.
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An Airman Prays...Before Going Into Combat, Sgt Thomas M. Barber Of Seattle, Wa, Kneels Before The Altar At The 96Th Bombardment Group Chapel. The Window In The Background Honors The Dead Of The Group. Before Going Into Combat, Many Airmen Say A Silent
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Tech Supply Men Unpack Fibre Auxiliary Fuel Tanks. They Are, Left To Right: Ssgt Robert G. Keich Of Tomaque, Pa.; Cpl Howard Middlemas Of Salt Lake City, Utah And Sgt Michael H. Moran Of Mckeesport, Pa. England.
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Gen Doolittle Stands With Bowed Head As Lt Col W.E. Darre, Chaplain, Says A Prayer For Flyers Of The 8Th Air Force Who Have Been Killed In Action. England.
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Margaret Ann Ayers, Detroit, Mich., Mary E. Carroll, Bath, Me., And Elizabeth Kinsey, Perrysburg. O., Are Typical Red Cross Girls Overseas.
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Sgt. Marion Gilbert, Knoxville, Tenn., Displays His Solid Model Of A B-17.
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Major James Mcpartlin, Pilot, Is Initiated By A Dunking In A Trailer Filled With Water. England.
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First Man To Obtain Invasion Day Photographs Is Cameraman Capt. Dale E. Elkins, Hollywood, Cal., Shown With His Specially Constructed Camera.
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First Man To Obtain Invasion Day Photographs Is Camerman Capt. Dale E. Elkins, Shown With His Specially Constructed Camera. England.
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M/Sgt. James F. Mcginn, Crew Chief Of St. Paul, Minn., Sits On Top Of The Consolidated B-24 'Hookem Cow'.
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M/Sgt. Herbert H. Roberts, Rosebud, Texas Is Typical Of The Crew Chiefs Of The Eto. England.
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Ssgt Brush Poses With K-20 Camera At Waist Window Of B-17. 8Th Air Force.
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Crowds Of Frenchmen And Allied Soldiers Watch A Display Of Aircraft Fly By The Eiffel Tower In Paris, France, During An Outdoor Exposition Displaying Aircraft And Equipment Used In The Eto.
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Chart For 8Th Air Force 2Nd Bombardment Division
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Home At Dusk: An 8Th Air Force Fortress Comes In With Flaps Down And Appears To Hang Motionless A Few Feet Above The Runway At An 8Th Air Force Base Somewhere In England. The Ship Has Just Returned From A Successful Mission Over Northwest Germany, And T
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When The Hydraulic System Was Shot Out, This Pilot Landed His Consolidated B-24 With Two Parachutes Attached To The Waist Window To Compensate For Brakes. England.
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A B-24 Aircraft, Of The 93Rd Bomber Group, Is Approaching A Target During A Bombing Mission. Blyfield, Germany.
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General View Of Bomb-Damaged Drydock At Kure, Japan. This Drydock Had Approximately Fifty-Nine Two-Man Submarines Mounted One On Top Of The Other. Deck Was Flooded By Usa Soldiers During Early Days Of Occupation. February 1946.
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Airborne Infantryman Talking With Italian Boys Somewhere In Italy.
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Crew Of The Consolidated B-24 'The Goon'. They Are, Left To Right, Back Row: Tsgt. Archie L. Fleharty Of Cozad, Nebraska, Capt. Samuel J. Skousen Of Thatcher, Arizona, Tsgt. Robert M. Kirk, Of Alpha, Illinois, Sgt. Casper J. Chirielseisen Of Washington,

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