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B-17F Fortress flying past Mt. Bagana on Bougainville, Solomon Islands, Nov 11, 1942. This aircraft is returning from bombing Buka Island and is on its way to bomb Shortland Harbor at opposite the end of BougainvilleKing George VI of Great Britain visits the base of the USAAF 352nd Bomb Squadron at Chelveston, England, UK, 13 Nov 1942. The aircraft is B-17F “Holey Joe” with Cpl David C Casteel of Illinois standing second from the left
B-17F Fortress flying past Mt. Bagana on Bougainville, Solomon Islands, Nov 11, 1942. This aircraft is returning from bombing Buka Island and is on its way to bomb Shortland Harbor at opposite the end of BougainvilleKing George VI of Great Britain visits the base of the USAAF 352nd Bomb Squadron at Chelveston, England, UK, 13 Nov 1942. The aircraft is B-17F “Holey Joe” with Cpl David C Casteel of Illinois standing second from the left
A security guard with a Winchester Model 1912 shotgun at Boeing Seattle Plant, Washington, United States, Dec 1942Aerial view of the tower, hangars, and pad at Borinquen Field, Puerto Rico, 1943. Aircraft seen include C-46, C-47, C-54, B-17, B-25, B-18, B-34, A-20, and perhaps others.
A security guard with a Winchester Model 1912 shotgun at Boeing Seattle Plant, Washington, United States, Dec 1942Aerial view of the tower, hangars, and pad at Borinquen Field, Puerto Rico, 1943. Aircraft seen include C-46, C-47, C-54, B-17, B-25, B-18, B-34, A-20, and perhaps others.
B-17 Flying Fortress bomber B-17 Flying Fortress bombers of the 414th Bombardment Squadron roll out on steel Marsden Matting in Tunisia, 1943.
B-17 Flying Fortress bomber 'Pluto' at Port Moresby, Australian Papua, 1942-1943B-17 Flying Fortress bombers of the 414th Bombardment Squadron roll out on steel Marsden Matting in Tunisia, 1943.
B-17E bomber B-17E bomber
B-17E bomber 'Craps for the Japs' of the 43rd Bombardment Group, US 65th Bombing Squadron based at Jackson Field, Port Moresby, New Guinea in flight, 1942-1943B-17E bomber 'Lak-A-Nookie' of the US 43rd Bombardment Group, 63rd Bombing Squadron in a revetment at Jackson Field, Port Moresby, New Guinea, 1942-1943
B-17E bomber B-17E bomber of 42nd Bomb Squadron of USAAF 11th Bomb Group at Henderson Field, Guadalcanal, Solomon Islands, 1943
B-17E bomber 'Yankee Diddler' of 43rd Bomber Group, US 65th Bomber Squadron taking off from Jackson Field, Port Moresby, New Guinea, 1942-1943; note P-39 fighters in backgroundB-17E bomber of 42nd Bomb Squadron of USAAF 11th Bomb Group at Henderson Field, Guadalcanal, Solomon Islands, 1943
B-17E bomber of the US 43rd Bombardment Group based at Jackson Field, Port Moresby, New Guinea, 1942-1943B-17F Flying Fortress aircraft
B-17E bomber of the US 43rd Bombardment Group based at Jackson Field, Port Moresby, New Guinea, 1942-1943B-17F Flying Fortress aircraft 'Spotted Cow', assembly ship of 384th Bomber Group, 547th Bomber Squadron, based in RAF Grafton Underwood, Northamptonshire, England, UK, 1943, photo 1 of 2
B-17F Flying Fortress aircraft B-17F Flying Fortress bomber
B-17F Flying Fortress aircraft 'Spotted Cow', assembly ship of 384th Bomber Group, 547th Bomber Squadron, based in RAF Grafton Underwood, Northamptonshire, England, UK, 1943, photo 2 of 2B-17F Flying Fortress bomber 'Memphis Belle' visiting Patterson Field on a War Bond campaign, Ohio, United States, 1943
Formation of B-17F Flying Fortress bombers of USAAF 92nd Bomb Group over Europe, circa 1943Luftwaffe Kampfgeschwader 200
Formation of B-17F Flying Fortress bombers of USAAF 92nd Bomb Group over Europe, circa 1943Luftwaffe Kampfgeschwader 200's captured B-17, 1943
RAF Fortress Mark IIA of No. 220 Squadron at Benbecula in the Outer Hebrides west of Scotland, 1943. This aircraft sank two U-boats, U624 & U707, and shared in sinking of U575. Note ASV II radar antennae under the wing.The original waist gunners of the B-17 bomber
RAF Fortress Mark IIA of No. 220 Squadron at Benbecula in the Outer Hebrides west of Scotland, 1943. This aircraft sank two U-boats, U624 & U707, and shared in sinking of U575. Note ASV II radar antennae under the wing.The original waist gunners of the B-17 bomber 'Memphis Belle', left waist gunner Bill Wichell and right waist gunner Casmir Nastral, at their battle stations, Europe, Nov 1942-Jun 1943
Waist gunner Clark Gable with 8th Air Force B-17F bomber, United Kingdom, 1943B-17E Flying Fortress bomber
Waist gunner Clark Gable with 8th Air Force B-17F bomber, United Kingdom, 1943B-17E Flying Fortress bomber 'Typhoon McGoon II' of 11th Bomb Group, USAAF 98th Bomb Squadron, New Caledonia, Jan 1943

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