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Australian Army Minister Frank Forde and Minister for Information Arthur Calwell on an inspection tour with senior Army officers, Australia, 1944Australian Mr. Foo sketch
Australian Army Minister Frank Forde and Minister for Information Arthur Calwell on an inspection tour with senior Army officers, Australia, 1944Australian Mr. Foo sketch
Avro York prototype aircraft Avro York transport aircraft in flight, date unknown
Avro York prototype aircraft 'Ascalon', 1943-1944; this aircraft was later used as Winston Churchill's personal aircraftAvro York transport aircraft in flight, date unknown
B-17 Flying Fortress bomber in New Caledonia, 1944; note markings that showed 118 bombing missions, 20 aircraft destroyed, 7 merchant ships sunk, and 6 combat vessels destroyedB-17 Flying Fortress bomber of 97th Bomb Group by US 414th Bomb Squadron in flight, 1943-1945
B-17 Flying Fortress bomber in New Caledonia, 1944; note markings that showed 118 bombing missions, 20 aircraft destroyed, 7 merchant ships sunk, and 6 combat vessels destroyedB-17 Flying Fortress bomber of 97th Bomb Group by US 414th Bomb Squadron in flight, 1943-1945
B-17 Fortresses of the 324th Bomb Squadron assembled at RAF Bassingbourn, Cambridgeshire, England, UK, 1944. Note P-51D Mustang in the center of the field.B-17E
B-17 Fortresses of the 324th Bomb Squadron assembled at RAF Bassingbourn, Cambridgeshire, England, UK, 1944. Note P-51D Mustang in the center of the field.B-17E 'Sally' of US 5th Air Force based between Townsville, Queensland, Australia and Port Moresby, New Guinea; this aircraft was used exclusively to transport Major General George Kenney; note Jeep
B-17G Flying Fortress bomber of the US 100th Bomber Group at RAF Thorpe Abbotts, Norfolk, England, United Kingdom, 1944; note Studebaker US6 truck and JeepB-24 bombers in flight over the US Army airfield on Baltra, Galápagos Islands, 1940s; note XB-15 bomber on the ground
B-17G Flying Fortress bomber of the US 100th Bomber Group at RAF Thorpe Abbotts, Norfolk, England, United Kingdom, 1944; note Studebaker US6 truck and JeepB-24 bombers in flight over the US Army airfield on Baltra, Galápagos Islands, 1940s; note XB-15 bomber on the ground
B-24 Liberator of the 98th Bomb Squadron flying past the island of Chi Chi Jima, Japan, 1944-45.B-24D Liberator aircraft of Maxwell Field, Alabama in flight, Aug 1943-Jan 1947
B-24 Liberator of the 98th Bomb Squadron flying past the island of Chi Chi Jima, Japan, 1944-45.B-24D Liberator aircraft of Maxwell Field, Alabama in flight, Aug 1943-Jan 1947
B-24D Liberator lead assembly ship B-24D-30-CO Liberator assembly ship
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 1945B-24D-30-CO Liberator assembly ship 'First Sergeant' of US 458th Bomber Group, RAF Horsham St. Faiths, Norfolk, England, United Kingdom, early 1944
B-24H Liberator “Gipsy Queen”/“Dusty’s Double Trouble” with the 755th Bomb Squadron at RAF Horsham St Faith, Norfolk, England, UK.B-24H Liberator “Pegasus The Flying Red Horse” of the 784th Bomb Squadron landing at RAF Attlebridge, Norfolk. The parachutes were used for braking after the hydraulic system was shot out in combat.
B-24H Liberator “Gipsy Queen”/“Dusty’s Double Trouble” with the 755th Bomb Squadron at RAF Horsham St Faith, Norfolk, England, UK.B-24H Liberator “Pegasus The Flying Red Horse” of the 784th Bomb Squadron landing at RAF Attlebridge, Norfolk. The parachutes were used for braking after the hydraulic system was shot out in combat.
B-24H Liberator “Tepee Time Gal” of the 455th Bomb Group in flight, circa 1944.B-24J Liberator of the 431st Bomb Squadron flying over the island of Haha Jima, Japan, 1944.
B-24H Liberator “Tepee Time Gal” of the 455th Bomb Group in flight, circa 1944.B-24J Liberator of the 431st Bomb Squadron flying over the island of Haha Jima, Japan, 1944.
B-24J Liberator “Deadeye II” of the 392nd Bomb Squadron flown by Lt. Warren Myllenbeck flying from Saipan, Mariana Islands, overflying Iwo Jima and Mt Suribachi, 1944-45.B-24J Liberator “Kansas Cyclone” of the 26th Bomb Squadron approaching targets in and around the Truk Lagoon, Caroline Islands, 1944. Note Udot Island below.
B-24J Liberator “Deadeye II” of the 392nd Bomb Squadron flown by Lt. Warren Myllenbeck flying from Saipan, Mariana Islands, overflying Iwo Jima and Mt Suribachi, 1944-45.B-24J Liberator “Kansas Cyclone” of the 26th Bomb Squadron approaching targets in and around the Truk Lagoon, Caroline Islands, 1944. Note Udot Island below.

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