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P-47D Thunderbolt aircraft of US Army 15th Air Wing undergoing maintenance at Bellows Field, Oahu, US Territory of Hawaii, 1944-1945P-47D Thunderbolt of the 201st Fighter Squadron based in the Philippines and staffed by pilots from the Mexican Air Force, 1945.
P-47D Thunderbolt aircraft of US Army 15th Air Wing undergoing maintenance at Bellows Field, Oahu, US Territory of Hawaii, 1944-1945P-47D Thunderbolt of the 201st Fighter Squadron based in the Philippines and staffed by pilots from the Mexican Air Force, 1945.
P-61 Black Widow night fighters and a P-47 Thunderbolt fighter at Kipapa Army Air Field, Oahu, US Territory of Hawaii, 1945Republic P-47D Thunderbolt 44-90386 firing HVAR air-to-surface rockets at a test range in Independence, Missouri, United States, circa 1945.
P-61 Black Widow night fighters and a P-47 Thunderbolt fighter at Kipapa Army Air Field, Oahu, US Territory of Hawaii, 1945Republic P-47D Thunderbolt 44-90386 firing HVAR air-to-surface rockets at a test range in Independence, Missouri, United States, circa 1945.
View of the control tower at RAF Bassingbourn, Cambridgeshire, England, UK, 1945. Note line of 91st Bomb Group “hack” aircraft: Piper L-4 Grasshopper, Noordyne O-64 Norseman, P-47 Thunderbolt, and Cessna UC-78 Bobcat.P-47D Thunderbolt aircraft of the USAAF 358th Fighter Group, Toul Air Base, France, Jan 1945
View of the control tower at RAF Bassingbourn, Cambridgeshire, England, UK, 1945. Note line of 91st Bomb Group “hack” aircraft: Piper L-4 Grasshopper, Noordyne O-64 Norseman, P-47 Thunderbolt, and Cessna UC-78 Bobcat.P-47D Thunderbolt aircraft of the USAAF 358th Fighter Group, Toul Air Base, France, Jan 1945
Pilot Edwin King looking over his P-47 Thunderbolt after an oil line ruptured in flight and covered the aircraft with all 28 gallons of engine oil, but the aircraft ran long enough to return to base, Jan 1945, Italy.Pilot Edwin King looking over his P-47 Thunderbolt after landing with a ruptured oil line, Jan 1945, Italy. Note he is holding his oil soaked helmet, goggles, and mask from flying with his head out the open canopy.
Pilot Edwin King looking over his P-47 Thunderbolt after an oil line ruptured in flight and covered the aircraft with all 28 gallons of engine oil, but the aircraft ran long enough to return to base, Jan 1945, Italy.Pilot Edwin King looking over his P-47 Thunderbolt after landing with a ruptured oil line, Jan 1945, Italy. Note he is holding his oil soaked helmet, goggles, and mask from flying with his head out the open canopy.
P-47D Thunderbolt of the 353rd Fighter Squadron flown by Maj Glenn T Eagleston, Squadron Commanding Officer and top ace of 9th Air Force with 18.5 kills, Rosieres en Haye Airbase, France, Feb 1945.P-47D Thunderbolt
P-47D Thunderbolt of the 353rd Fighter Squadron flown by Maj Glenn T Eagleston, Squadron Commanding Officer and top ace of 9th Air Force with 18.5 kills, Rosieres en Haye Airbase, France, Feb 1945.P-47D Thunderbolt 'Torrid Tessie' of the 346th Fighter Squadron and flown by USAAF 1Lt Homer St. Onge flying over Italy, Feb 25, 1945
A North American P-51D Mustang of the Vll Fighter Command taking off from Saipan, Mariana Islands for the newly-captured airfield on Iwo Jima, Mar 16, 1945. Note the twin oversized VLR drop tanks.Maintenance area servicing P-51 Mustangs and one P-47 Thunderbolt of the 35th Fighter Group, Lingayen Airfield, Luzon, Philippines, Apr 1945
A North American P-51D Mustang of the Vll Fighter Command taking off from Saipan, Mariana Islands for the newly-captured airfield on Iwo Jima, Mar 16, 1945. Note the twin oversized VLR drop tanks.Maintenance area servicing P-51 Mustangs and one P-47 Thunderbolt of the 35th Fighter Group, Lingayen Airfield, Luzon, Philippines, Apr 1945
P-47D Thunderbolt of the 367th Fighter Squadron made a belly landing in field artillery position after being hit in the left wing during a dive bombing attack on near Würzburg, Germany, 1 Apr 1945.  The pilot was only slightly injured.Republic P-47 at Borinquen Field, Puerto Rico as part of Operation White, the transfer of combat aircraft from Europe to the Pacific, 1945.
P-47D Thunderbolt of the 367th Fighter Squadron made a belly landing in field artillery position after being hit in the left wing during a dive bombing attack on near Würzburg, Germany, 1 Apr 1945. The pilot was only slightly injured.Republic P-47 at Borinquen Field, Puerto Rico as part of Operation White, the transfer of combat aircraft from Europe to the Pacific, 1945.
P-47N Thunderbolts of the 19th Fighter Squadron running up their engines at Ie Jima, Japan, circa June 1945.Three P-47 Thunderbolt fighters in flight, circa 1945
P-47N Thunderbolts of the 19th Fighter Squadron running up their engines at Ie Jima, Japan, circa June 1945.Three P-47 Thunderbolt fighters in flight, circa 1945
P-61 Black Widow and P-47 Thunderbolt aircraft at Kagman Airfield, Saipan, Mariana Islands, 24 Jun 1945P-47M Thunderbolt parked at an airfield, Jul 1945
P-61 Black Widow and P-47 Thunderbolt aircraft at Kagman Airfield, Saipan, Mariana Islands, 24 Jun 1945P-47M Thunderbolt parked at an airfield, Jul 1945
Fw 190 D-9 Damage crews dousing the flames after a P-47N Thunderbolt of the 413th Fighter Squadron belly-landed at Central Field, Iwo Jima, Japan, 7 Sep 1945.
Fw 190 D-9 'Langnasen-Dora' aircraft at rest at an airfield, captured by Americans, post-European War; note P-47 fighters in backgroundDamage crews dousing the flames after a P-47N Thunderbolt of the 413th Fighter Squadron belly-landed at Central Field, Iwo Jima, Japan, 7 Sep 1945.

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