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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 1943A P-47D Thunderbolt that crashed on take-off, Halesworth, Suffolk, England, United Kingdom, 7 Sep 1943. Photo 2 of 3.
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 1943A P-47D Thunderbolt that crashed on take-off, Halesworth, Suffolk, England, United Kingdom, 7 Sep 1943. Photo 2 of 3.
A P-47D Thunderbolt that crashed on take-off, Halesworth, Suffolk, England, United Kingdom, 7 Sep 1943. Photo 3 of 3.A P-47D Thunderbolt that crashed on take-off, Halesworth, Suffolk, England, United Kingdon, 7 Sep 1943. Photo 1 of 3.
A P-47D Thunderbolt that crashed on take-off, Halesworth, Suffolk, England, United Kingdom, 7 Sep 1943. Photo 3 of 3.A P-47D Thunderbolt that crashed on take-off, Halesworth, Suffolk, England, United Kingdon, 7 Sep 1943. Photo 1 of 3.
B-24D Liberator lead assembly ship Crew of B-17G Fortress “I’ll Get By” arrive at their airplane by Jeep ay RAF Horham, Suffolk, England, UK; 1944
B-24D Liberator lead assembly ship 'Fearless Freddie' of 446rd Bomber Group, US 704th Bomber Squadron, RAF Bungay, Suffolk, England, United Kingdom, Dec 1943-Apr 1945Crew of B-17G Fortress “I’ll Get By” arrive at their airplane by Jeep ay RAF Horham, Suffolk, England, UK; 1944
P-51B Mustang of the 351st Fighter Squadron at rest at RAF Raydon, Suffolk, Engalnd, UK. This was a squadron “hack” aircraft after being declared War Weary (Note ‘WW’ for War Weary added to the tail number). Oct 1944 - Mar 1945Sixteen P-51D Mustangs of the 353rd Fighter Group lined up for a mission, RAF Raydon, Suffolk, England, UK, Dec 1944
P-51B Mustang of the 351st Fighter Squadron at rest at RAF Raydon, Suffolk, Engalnd, UK. This was a squadron “hack” aircraft after being declared War Weary (Note ‘WW’ for War Weary added to the tail number). Oct 1944 - Mar 1945Sixteen P-51D Mustangs of the 353rd Fighter Group lined up for a mission, RAF Raydon, Suffolk, England, UK, Dec 1944
A B-24H Liberator of the 392nd Bomb Group damaged by German fighters over France making an approach for an emergency crash landing at RAF Eye, Suffolk, England, United Kingdom, 15 Jun 1944.Gunners of the 385th Bomb Group pose in front of B-17F Fortress "Mission Belle" and listen to a word from the Chaplain, James O. Kincannon (“Chaplain Jim”), at Great Ashfield Air Field, England, UK, late 1944.
A B-24H Liberator of the 392nd Bomb Group damaged by German fighters over France making an approach for an emergency crash landing at RAF Eye, Suffolk, England, United Kingdom, 15 Jun 1944.Gunners of the 385th Bomb Group pose in front of B-17F Fortress "Mission Belle" and listen to a word from the Chaplain, James O. Kincannon (“Chaplain Jim”), at Great Ashfield Air Field, England, UK, late 1944.
B-24H Liberator “Appassionata” (s/n 42-50437) of the 489th Bomb Group at Halesworth, England, United Kingdom, late 1944.B-24H Liberator “Happy Warrior” (s/n 42-94860) of the 489th Bomb Group at Halesworth, Suffolk, England, United Kingdom, late summer 1944.
B-24H Liberator “Appassionata” (s/n 42-50437) of the 489th Bomb Group at Halesworth, England, United Kingdom, late 1944.B-24H Liberator “Happy Warrior” (s/n 42-94860) of the 489th Bomb Group at Halesworth, Suffolk, England, United Kingdom, late summer 1944.
Canadian-built PBV-1A Catalina in service as a USAAF OA-10 of the 5th Emergency Rescue Squadron at Halesworth, England, United Kingdom, 1945P-47 pilot Capt Walker
Canadian-built PBV-1A Catalina in service as a USAAF OA-10 of the 5th Emergency Rescue Squadron at Halesworth, England, United Kingdom, 1945P-47 pilot Capt Walker
P-51K Mustang “Donna-Mite” of the 352nd Fighter Squadron assigned to Lt Leroy C Pletz coming in for a landing at RAF Raydon, Suffolk, England, UK, 1945
P-51K Mustang “Donna-Mite” of the 352nd Fighter Squadron assigned to Lt Leroy C Pletz coming in for a landing at RAF Raydon, Suffolk, England, UK, 1945


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