The Boeing B-17 "Fly...Page 1

Publication:
WWII US Air Force Photos
Theater number:
24
Theater:
Miscellaneous
Place:
Miscellaneous War Theater
Category:
Nicknames
Short Caption:
The Boeing B-17 "Fly...
Caption:
The Boeing B-17 "Flying Fortress" 'Lucky Lady Ii' Of The 381St Bomb Group Stationed At An 8Th Air Force Base Near Ridgewell, Essex County, England, August 8, 1943.
Photo Series:
WWII
Updated Subject:
MISCELLANEOUS WAR THEATER,NICKNAMES
History:
Original 4" x 5" from Headquarters 325th Photo Wing, Reconn. APO #634. (GPR 139-50; GPR 139-49; GPR GPR 139-47).
Nara Reference Number:
342-FH-3A46274-65817AC
Conflict Period:
World War II
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About WWII US Air Force Photos

This series of photos documents an important era in US military aviation history, especially activities of the US Air Force during World War II.

Source Information

"Black and White and Color Photographs of U.S. Air Force and Predecessor Agencies Activities, Facilities, and Personnel - World War II" database with images Fold3 (https://www.fold3.com/document/55661640/the-boeing-b-17-fly-page-1-wwii-us-air-force-photos: accessed October 28, 2021)

Publication Title
WWII US Air Force Photos
Total Records
88,912 · Complete: 97%
Content Source
The National Archives logoThe National Archives
Record Group
342
Published on Fold3
27 Nov 2007
Last Updated
31 Dec 2008
Description
This series of photos documents an important era in US military aviation history, especially activities of the US Air Force during World War II.