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Pilot 1st Lt James M. Smith (right) and Co-Pilot 2nd Lt Fred N. Dibble in the cockpit of B-17F Kindley Field, Bermuda with B-17 Fortresses of the 390th Bomb Group in transit from the US to England, 22 Jun 1943
Pilot 1st Lt James M. Smith (right) and Co-Pilot 2nd Lt Fred N. Dibble in the cockpit of B-17F 'Our Gang' of 324th BS, 91st BG, US 8th Air Force, Bassingbourn, England, United Kingdom, 15 Jun 1943Kindley Field, Bermuda with B-17 Fortresses of the 390th Bomb Group in transit from the US to England, 22 Jun 1943
Two B-17 Fortresses of the 94th Bombardment Group approaching an airfield in England, United Kingdom, 28 Jun 1943 (aircraft serial numbers 42-30382 above and 42-30376 below).B-17F Flying Fortress bomber
Two B-17 Fortresses of the 94th Bombardment Group approaching an airfield in England, United Kingdom, 28 Jun 1943 (aircraft serial numbers 42-30382 above and 42-30376 below).B-17F Flying Fortress bomber 'Our Gang' of US 8th Air Force, 91st Bomb Group, 324th Bombing Squadron at Bassingbourn, England, United Kingdom, Jun or Jul 1943; note Jeep with fuel tank under driver
Ground crew starting 357th Fighter Group commander Col. Edward S. ChickeringJames Doolittle awarding the Purple Heart to the crew of B-17E Flying Fortress bomber
Ground crew starting 357th Fighter Group commander Col. Edward S. Chickering's P-39Q the hard way - with the hand crank to get the inertia starter going. Hamilton Field, California, United States, July 1943James Doolittle awarding the Purple Heart to the crew of B-17E Flying Fortress bomber 'Sweet Chariot', Chateau-dun-du-Rhumel Airfield, Algeria, Jul 1943
24-foot self-righting rescue motor launch dropped from an RAF Hudson rescue aircraft to the crew of a US B-17 Fortress that ditched in the North Sea, 26 Jul 1943.B-17 Flying Fortress bomber in flight over Mount Rainier, Washington, United States, 28 Jul 1943; note the special external hardpoints modification
24-foot self-righting rescue motor launch dropped from an RAF Hudson rescue aircraft to the crew of a US B-17 Fortress that ditched in the North Sea, 26 Jul 1943.B-17 Flying Fortress bomber in flight over Mount Rainier, Washington, United States, 28 Jul 1943; note the special external hardpoints modification
Staff Sergeant Maynard Smith at a machine gun in a B-17 bomber, mid-1943Rebuilt Zero fighter at Eagle Farm, Brisbane, Australia, 5 Aug 1943; note B-17 bomber in background
Staff Sergeant Maynard Smith at a machine gun in a B-17 bomber, mid-1943Rebuilt Zero fighter at Eagle Farm, Brisbane, Australia, 5 Aug 1943; note B-17 bomber in background
B-17F Flying Fortress bombers in flight over Schweinfurt, Germany, 17 Aug 1943B-17 Fortresses of the 91st Bomb Group nearing the Dornier Assembly Plant at Meulan, France at dawn, 31 Aug 1943.
B-17F Flying Fortress bombers in flight over Schweinfurt, Germany, 17 Aug 1943B-17 Fortresses of the 91st Bomb Group nearing the Dornier Assembly Plant at Meulan, France at dawn, 31 Aug 1943.
B-17F Fortress aircraft of the 91st BG, 8th Air Force executing a low fly-over during a demonstration at Bassingbourn, England, United Kingdom, 1943, photo 1 of 2B-17F Fortress aircraft of the 91st BG, 8th Air Force executing a low fly-over during a demonstration at Bassingbourn, England, United Kingdom, 1943, photo 2 of 2
B-17F Fortress aircraft of the 91st BG, 8th Air Force executing a low fly-over during a demonstration at Bassingbourn, England, United Kingdom, 1943, photo 1 of 2B-17F Fortress aircraft of the 91st BG, 8th Air Force executing a low fly-over during a demonstration at Bassingbourn, England, United Kingdom, 1943, photo 2 of 2
SSgt James F Jones, B-17 Fortress tail gunner with the 560th Bomb Squadron, 388th Bomb Group shows the tight fit of the position, RAF Knettishall, Suffolk, England, UK, Sep 1943United States Army Air Force TB-17G bomber in level flight, Sep 1943
SSgt James F Jones, B-17 Fortress tail gunner with the 560th Bomb Squadron, 388th Bomb Group shows the tight fit of the position, RAF Knettishall, Suffolk, England, UK, Sep 1943United States Army Air Force TB-17G bomber in level flight, Sep 1943
US B-17F Fortress aircraft US B-17F Fortress aircraft
US B-17F Fortress aircraft 'Bomb Boogie' of the 91st Bomb Group, 401st Bomb Squadron in flight, Jun-Sep 1943US B-17F Fortress aircraft 'Hell Belle' of the 91st Bomb Group, 401st Bomb Squadron doing a low-level fly-by at RAF Bassingbourn, England, United Kingdom, Jun-Sep 1943
WAFS pilot Nancy Harkness Love in the cockpit of B-17 Flying Fortress bomber B-17F Fortress “Talisman” warming up before take-off from Jackson’s Drome, Port Moresby, New Guinea, 5 Sep 1943. This plane carried Douglas MacArthur to and from the battle zones in New Guinea.
WAFS pilot Nancy Harkness Love in the cockpit of B-17 Flying Fortress bomber 'Queen Bee', circa Sep 1943B-17F Fortress “Talisman” warming up before take-off from Jackson’s Drome, Port Moresby, New Guinea, 5 Sep 1943. This plane carried Douglas MacArthur to and from the battle zones in New Guinea.

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