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B-24D Liberator bomber Captain Paul W. Watson of USS Coral Sea inspecting the A Division on the flight deck, 27 May 1944
B-24D Liberator bomber 'First Sergeant' burning prior to take-off at RAF Horsham St. Faiths, Norfolk, England, United Kingdom after accidental discharge of box of flares by a flare gun, 27 May 1944Captain Paul W. Watson of USS Coral Sea inspecting the A Division on the flight deck, 27 May 1944
Captain Paul W. Watson of USS Coral Sea inspecting the S Division on the flight deck, 27 May 1944Page 1 of report describing how B-24D Liberator aircraft
Captain Paul W. Watson of USS Coral Sea inspecting the S Division on the flight deck, 27 May 1944Page 1 of report describing how B-24D Liberator aircraft 'First Sergeant' burned at RAF Horsham St. Faiths, Norfolk, England after a flare gun accidentally set off flares, 27 May 1944
Page 2 of report describing how B-24D Liberator aircraft
Page 2 of report describing how B-24D Liberator aircraft 'First Sergeant' burned at RAF Horsham St. Faiths, Norfolk, England after a flare gun accidentally set off flares, 27 May 1944


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