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Private Robert Boucher, Sergeant John Paulovitch, and Corporal Roland Holmberg processing mission photographs brought back from B-25 bombers, Dobodura Airfield, Australian Papua, mid-1943Staff Sergeant Marvin Culbreth of 13th Bomb Squadron of USAAF 3rd Bomb Group, Dobodura Airfield, Australian Papua, mid-1943
Private Robert Boucher, Sergeant John Paulovitch, and Corporal Roland Holmberg processing mission photographs brought back from B-25 bombers, Dobodura Airfield, Australian Papua, mid-1943Staff Sergeant Marvin Culbreth of 13th Bomb Squadron of USAAF 3rd Bomb Group, Dobodura Airfield, Australian Papua, mid-1943
The The dedication ceremony of B-25 bomber
The '3rd Slug Bar' officer club at Dobodura Airfield, Australian Papua, mid-1943The dedication ceremony of B-25 bomber 'Fat Cat', Dobodura Airfield, Australian Papua, mid-1943; she had been salvaged using parts of damaged bombers and would be used to transport food; photo 1 of 4
The dedication ceremony of B-25 bomber The dedication ceremony of B-25 bomber
The dedication ceremony of B-25 bomber 'Fat Cat', Dobodura Airfield, Australian Papua, mid-1943; she had been salvaged using parts of damaged bombers and would be used to transport food; photo 2 of 4The dedication ceremony of B-25 bomber 'Fat Cat', Dobodura Airfield, Australian Papua, mid-1943; she had been salvaged using parts of damaged bombers and would be used to transport food; photo 3 of 4
The dedication ceremony of B-25 bomber USAAF 3rd Bomb Group photographer Jack Heyn
The dedication ceremony of B-25 bomber 'Fat Cat', Dobodura Airfield, Australian Papua, mid-1943; she had been salvaged using parts of damaged bombers and would be used to transport food; photo 4 of 4USAAF 3rd Bomb Group photographer Jack Heyn's tent at Dobodura Airfield, Australian Papua, mid-1943
US B-25 bomber US B-25 bomber
US B-25 bomber 'Fat Cat' taking off, Dobodura Airfield, Australian Papua, mid-1943US B-25 bomber 'Hot Horse' after belly landing at Dobodura Airfield, Australian Papua after a returning from a mission over Rabaul, New Britain, mid-1943
US B-25 bomber after belly landing at Dobodura Airfield, Australian Papua, mid-1943Wreckage after a takeoff accident, Dobodura Airfield, Australian Papua, mid-1943
US B-25 bomber after belly landing at Dobodura Airfield, Australian Papua, mid-1943Wreckage after a takeoff accident, Dobodura Airfield, Australian Papua, mid-1943
US B-25 bombers flying over transports carrying Australian 9th Division troops, off Lae, Australian New Guinea, 4-6 Sep 1943St Paul
US B-25 bombers flying over transports carrying Australian 9th Division troops, off Lae, Australian New Guinea, 4-6 Sep 1943St Paul's Cathedral, Melbourne, Australia, late Dec 1943
George Kenney decorating USAAF 3rd Bomb Group airman Jock Henebry, Nadzab Airfield, Australian New Guinea, Feb 1944George Kenney decorating USAAF 3rd Bomb Group Captain Dick Walker, Nadzab Airfield, Australian New Guinea, Feb 1944
George Kenney decorating USAAF 3rd Bomb Group airman Jock Henebry, Nadzab Airfield, Australian New Guinea, Feb 1944George Kenney decorating USAAF 3rd Bomb Group Captain Dick Walker, Nadzab Airfield, Australian New Guinea, Feb 1944
Living quarters, Nadzab Airfield, Australian New Guinea, early 1944Nadzab Airfield, Australian New Guinea, Mar 1944
Living quarters, Nadzab Airfield, Australian New Guinea, early 1944Nadzab Airfield, Australian New Guinea, Mar 1944
USAAF 3rd Bomb Group airman posing alongside of the nose art of A-20 Havoc aircraft USAAF 3rd Bomb Group airman posing alongside of the nose art of A-20 Havoc aircraft
USAAF 3rd Bomb Group airman posing alongside of the nose art of A-20 Havoc aircraft 'Harry the Horse', Nadzab Airfield, Australian New Guinea, early 1944USAAF 3rd Bomb Group airman posing alongside of the nose art of A-20 Havoc aircraft 'Jo Jo', Nadzab Airfield, Australian New Guinea, early 1944

78 items in this album on 4 pages.

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