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B-17F Flying Fortress bomber of 97th Bomb Group by US 414th Bomb Squadron in flight, Jan 1943US B-17F Fortress “All-American” of 414th BS, 97th BG on the ground at its base in Biskra, Algeria showing severe damage from a mid-air collision with a German fighter over Tunis, Tunisia, 1 Feb 1943. Photo 4 of 8
B-17F Flying Fortress bomber of 97th Bomb Group by US 414th Bomb Squadron in flight, Jan 1943US B-17F Fortress “All-American” of 414th BS, 97th BG on the ground at its base in Biskra, Algeria showing severe damage from a mid-air collision with a German fighter over Tunis, Tunisia, 1 Feb 1943. Photo 4 of 8
US B-17F Fortress “All-American” of 414th BS, 97th BG on the ground at its base in Biskra, Algeria showing severe damage from a mid-air collision with a German fighter over Tunis, Tunisia, 1 Feb 1943. Photo 5 of 8US B-17F Fortress “All-American” of 414th BS, 97th BG on the ground at its base in Biskra, Algeria showing severe damage from a mid-air collision with a German fighter over Tunis, Tunisia, 1 Feb 1943. Photo 7 of 8
US B-17F Fortress “All-American” of 414th BS, 97th BG on the ground at its base in Biskra, Algeria showing severe damage from a mid-air collision with a German fighter over Tunis, Tunisia, 1 Feb 1943. Photo 5 of 8US B-17F Fortress “All-American” of 414th BS, 97th BG on the ground at its base in Biskra, Algeria showing severe damage from a mid-air collision with a German fighter over Tunis, Tunisia, 1 Feb 1943. Photo 7 of 8
US B-17F Fortress “All-American” of 414th BS, 97th BG on the ground at its base in Biskra, Algeria showing severe damage from a mid-air collision with a German fighter over Tunis, Tunisia, 1 Feb 1943. Photo 8 of 8US B-17F “All-American” of 414th BS, 97th BG on the ground at its base in Biskra, Algeria showing severe damage from a mid-air collision with a German fighter over Tunis, Tunisia, 1 Feb 1943. Photo 2 of 8.
US B-17F Fortress “All-American” of 414th BS, 97th BG on the ground at its base in Biskra, Algeria showing severe damage from a mid-air collision with a German fighter over Tunis, Tunisia, 1 Feb 1943. Photo 8 of 8US B-17F “All-American” of 414th BS, 97th BG on the ground at its base in Biskra, Algeria showing severe damage from a mid-air collision with a German fighter over Tunis, Tunisia, 1 Feb 1943. Photo 2 of 8.
US B-17F “All-American” of 414th BS, 97th BG on the ground at its base in Biskra, Algeria showing severe damage from a mid-air collision with a German fighter over Tunis, Tunisia, 1 Feb 1943. Photo 3 of 8.US B-17F “All-American” of 414th BS, 97th BG on the ground at its base in Biskra, Algeria showing severe damage from a mid-air collision with a German fighter over Tunis, Tunisia, 1 Feb 1943. Photo 6 of 8.
US B-17F “All-American” of 414th BS, 97th BG on the ground at its base in Biskra, Algeria showing severe damage from a mid-air collision with a German fighter over Tunis, Tunisia, 1 Feb 1943. Photo 3 of 8.US B-17F “All-American” of 414th BS, 97th BG on the ground at its base in Biskra, Algeria showing severe damage from a mid-air collision with a German fighter over Tunis, Tunisia, 1 Feb 1943. Photo 6 of 8.
B-17F bomber of 97th BG of US 414th BS after collision with a German  fighter over Tunis in North Africa, 1 Feb 1943; this bomber landed safely and was repaired and put back in action. Photo 1 of 8A Jeep brought litters to the B-17F Fortress “The Old Man” of the 65th Bomb Squadron shortly after landing at Dobodura, New Guinea, Mar 8 1943. The B-17 was attacked by 13 Japanese fighters during a photo-recon mission over Gasmata, New Britain
B-17F bomber of 97th BG of US 414th BS after collision with a German fighter over Tunis in North Africa, 1 Feb 1943; this bomber landed safely and was repaired and put back in action. Photo 1 of 8A Jeep brought litters to the B-17F Fortress “The Old Man” of the 65th Bomb Squadron shortly after landing at Dobodura, New Guinea, Mar 8 1943. The B-17 was attacked by 13 Japanese fighters during a photo-recon mission over Gasmata, New Britain
B-17E Fortress on an RAF airfield in Tunisia. Note irregular camouflage paint scheme and 417 Sq. RCAF Spitfire at left. This was the bomber given to Montgomery by Eisenhower. Photo taken shortly after 17 Apr 1943.Royal Air Force Fortress IIA of Coastal Command 220 Squadron based at Benbecula, Scotland flying over the islands of the Hebrides west of Scotland, May 1943.
B-17E Fortress on an RAF airfield in Tunisia. Note irregular camouflage paint scheme and 417 Sq. RCAF Spitfire at left. This was the bomber given to Montgomery by Eisenhower. Photo taken shortly after 17 Apr 1943.Royal Air Force Fortress IIA of Coastal Command 220 Squadron based at Benbecula, Scotland flying over the islands of the Hebrides west of Scotland, May 1943.
Brigadier General Haywood Hansell and Colonel Curtis LeMay in front of B-17F “Dry Martini – The Cocktail Kids 4” at Chelveston, England, on the occasion of Hansell’s last combat flight, 4 May 1943.B-17F “Mary Ruth - Memories of Mobile” and the 401st Bomb Squadron flying toward the German U-boat pens at Lorient, France, May 17 1943. This photo was taken from B-17 “Memphis Belle” on her last combat sortie.
Brigadier General Haywood Hansell and Colonel Curtis LeMay in front of B-17F “Dry Martini – The Cocktail Kids 4” at Chelveston, England, on the occasion of Hansell’s last combat flight, 4 May 1943.B-17F “Mary Ruth - Memories of Mobile” and the 401st Bomb Squadron flying toward the German U-boat pens at Lorient, France, May 17 1943. This photo was taken from B-17 “Memphis Belle” on her last combat sortie.
B-17E Fortress “Sally” at 7-Mile Aerodrome, Port Moresby, New Guinea, May 22 1943. This was the personal transportation aircraft for LGen George Kenney, commander of Allied Air Forces, Southwest Pacific Area.Boeing B-17F Fortress “Little Audrey” flying with other bombers of the 306th Bomb Group based at Thurleigh, Bedfordshire, England, United Kingdom, May or Jun 1943. Note the unusual camouflage paint scheme.
B-17E Fortress “Sally” at 7-Mile Aerodrome, Port Moresby, New Guinea, May 22 1943. This was the personal transportation aircraft for LGen George Kenney, commander of Allied Air Forces, Southwest Pacific Area.Boeing B-17F Fortress “Little Audrey” flying with other bombers of the 306th Bomb Group based at Thurleigh, Bedfordshire, England, United Kingdom, May or Jun 1943. Note the unusual camouflage paint scheme.
Crew of B-17F Flying Fortress bomber Crew of B-17F Flying Fortress bomber
Crew of B-17F Flying Fortress bomber 'Memphis Belle' at an airbase in England, United Kingdom, 7 Jun 1943Crew of B-17F Flying Fortress bomber 'Memphis Belle' returning from their 25th mission, England, United Kingdom, 7 Jun 1943
B-17F bomber Air crew posing on Jeep in front of B-17F
B-17F bomber 'Memphis Belle' of 324th Bomb Squadron, USAAF 91st Bomb Group in flight in the United States, 9 Jun 1943Air crew posing on Jeep in front of B-17F 'Our Gang' of 324th BS, 91st BG, US 8th Air Force, Bassingbourn, England, United Kingdom, 15 Jun 1943; note cowling art in addition to nose art

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