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New Jersey National Guard 108th Fighter Group Captain Peterson and Staff Sergeant Iglio making check of P-47 aircraft before takeoff, circa 1939-1945Test pilots in front of a Thunderbolt aircraft, date unknown
New Jersey National Guard 108th Fighter Group Captain Peterson and Staff Sergeant Iglio making check of P-47 aircraft before takeoff, circa 1939-1945Test pilots in front of a Thunderbolt aircraft, date unknown
Celia Hunter in the cockpit of a P-47 fighter, date unknownWASP pilot Deanie (Bishop) Parrish in front of her P-47 Thunderbolt aircraft, circa early 1940s
Celia Hunter in the cockpit of a P-47 fighter, date unknownWASP pilot Deanie (Bishop) Parrish in front of her P-47 Thunderbolt aircraft, circa early 1940s
Five P-47Bs of the 61st Fighter Sqdn in a training flight over Bridgeport, Conn, US, Sep-Oct 1942. 56th Fighter Group Commander Hub Zemke flies plane #1, which is why the cowling band is divided into the 3 colors of the group’s 3 squadrons.  Photo 1 of 2.Five P-47Bs of the newly formed 61st Fighter Squadron in a training flight over Bridgeport, Conn, US, Sep-Oct 1942. Plane #1 is flown by 56th Fighter Group Commander Hub Zemke.  Photo 2 of 2.
Five P-47Bs of the 61st Fighter Sqdn in a training flight over Bridgeport, Conn, US, Sep-Oct 1942. 56th Fighter Group Commander Hub Zemke flies plane #1, which is why the cowling band is divided into the 3 colors of the group’s 3 squadrons. Photo 1 of 2.Five P-47Bs of the newly formed 61st Fighter Squadron in a training flight over Bridgeport, Conn, US, Sep-Oct 1942. Plane #1 is flown by 56th Fighter Group Commander Hub Zemke. Photo 2 of 2.
P-47 Thunderbolt fighters Thunderbolt aircraft in flight, circa Feb-Jun 1943
P-47 Thunderbolt fighters 'Francy Ann' (Lt Biales) and 'Little Butch' (Capt Wetherbee) of 56th Fighter Group, US 61st Fighter Squadron, probably RAF Kings Cliffe, England, United Kingdom, early 1943Thunderbolt aircraft in flight, circa Feb-Jun 1943
Element of the 62nd Fighter Squadron fly their P-47 Thunderbolts over the English countryside, Apr-Jun 1943; these fighters were based at RAF Horsham St Faith, Norfolk, England, UK.Escort Carrier USS Barnes transporting P-38 Lightning and P-47 Thunderbolt fighter planes across the Pacific, July 1 1943
Element of the 62nd Fighter Squadron fly their P-47 Thunderbolts over the English countryside, Apr-Jun 1943; these fighters were based at RAF Horsham St Faith, Norfolk, England, UK.Escort Carrier USS Barnes transporting P-38 Lightning and P-47 Thunderbolt fighter planes across the Pacific, July 1 1943
F4U-1 Corsair fighter at Langley Research Center at Hampton, Virginia, United States, 31 Jul 1943. Note the P-47 Thunderbolt on the taxi way behind the CorsairA P-47D Thunderbolt that crashed on take-off, Halesworth, Suffolk, England, United Kingdom, 7 Sep 1943. Photo 2 of 3.
F4U-1 Corsair fighter at Langley Research Center at Hampton, Virginia, United States, 31 Jul 1943. Note the P-47 Thunderbolt on the taxi way behind the Corsair's tail.A 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.
A-24B-1-DT Banshee aircraft (serial number 42-54372) at rest with dive brakes extended, 1943-45; note P-47 and B-24 aircraft in backgroundCol Benjamin O Davis, Commanding Officer of the 322nd Fighter Group, stands next to his P-47 Thunderbolt fighter, date and location unknown
A-24B-1-DT Banshee aircraft (serial number 42-54372) at rest with dive brakes extended, 1943-45; note P-47 and B-24 aircraft in backgroundCol Benjamin O Davis, Commanding Officer of the 322nd Fighter Group, stands next to his P-47 Thunderbolt fighter, date and location unknown
Interesting collection of fighter types and fighter groups in one place. This is due to a meeting of the commanding officers from each of the fighter groups in the 8th Air Force at Bottisham, Cambridgeshire, England, UK, late 1944.P-47D Thunderbolt “Tony” of the 5th Emergency Rescue Squadron. Note under the left wing is an air-droppable life raft that is designed to open when it hits water.
Interesting collection of fighter types and fighter groups in one place. This is due to a meeting of the commanding officers from each of the fighter groups in the 8th Air Force at Bottisham, Cambridgeshire, England, UK, late 1944.P-47D Thunderbolt “Tony” of the 5th Emergency Rescue Squadron. Note under the left wing is an air-droppable life raft that is designed to open when it hits water.
Razorback P-47 of the 355th Fighter Group at rest at Steeple Morden, Cambridgeshire, England, UK, 1943-44. Note Cletrac M-2 High Speed Tractor.Robert Johnson in the cockpit of a P-47 aircraft, date unknown
Razorback P-47 of the 355th Fighter Group at rest at Steeple Morden, Cambridgeshire, England, UK, 1943-44. Note Cletrac M-2 High Speed Tractor.Robert Johnson in the cockpit of a P-47 aircraft, date unknown

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