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B17s of the 381st BG Ridgewell Airfields of Britain in WW2

B17s of the 381st BG Ridgewell Airfields of Britain in WW2

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381st BG Memorial at Ridgewell, UK | WWII, 381st Bomb Group, Ridgewell UK | Pinterest

381st Bomb Group

Lockheed/Vega B-17G-5-VE Fortress, 381st BG, Ridgewell

Flying Fortresses of Bomb Group, Eighth Air Force, in 1944 return from a mission to Royal Air Force Station Ridgewell, England.

41-9043 Peggy D later Little Rock-ette

44th BG B-24 Liberators Taxiing at Airfield in England

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Formation of Boeing B-17's of the 8th Air Forces

The original B-17 coded VP-X was Boeing B-17F serial 42

B-17 Flying Fortress of the 381st Bomb Group 532nd bomb squadron 1945

8th Airforce, B17-Gs of the 381st Bomb Group,en-route to

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Bicycles beside a quonset hut of the 381st Bomb Group. Most airmen acquired a bike.

Ground personnel standing by Dodge WC54 field ambulances as B-17G Flying Fortress with the

B-17 Flying Fortress Formation 381 bomb group 535 bomb squadron

B17 Flying Fortress.

381st BG Memorial at Ridgewell, UK

Ridgewell, England. Military site : airfield. "Wreckage of a Boeing B-17 "Flying Fortress" (A/C No. 29751) of the 381st Bomb Group, England, 31 March 1944."

381st BG memorial

An Air Force navigator on B-17 "Sweet and Lovely" tosses flight bag

A pair of Mustangs of the Fighter Group, Air Force, escort a damaged Flying Fortress of the Bomb Group back to its home base of Ridgewell, England ...

Demagalski Crew, 381st BG, 535th Bomb Squadron

RAF Ridgewell

a 410th Bomb Group A-20 flying over the English countryside, and a 381st

TINKER TOY, 42-5846

381st Bomb Group381st Bomb Group B-17 crew return from Frankfurt raid 5 February 1944

... Boeing B-17 flying over airfield

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Personnel of the 401st Bomb Group watch a B-17 Flying Fortress land at Deenethorpe

Flying Fortress - "Tiger Girl", assigned to the 388 Bomber Group, England,

B-17H in flight, overhead view

B17 FLYING FORTRESS OL GAPPY by go4b17

Boeing B-17's of the 8th Air Force practicing combat "box" formation over England.

Formation of Boeing B-17's of the 8th Air Forces in flight over England.

Boeing B-17G-10-VE, s/n 42-40011,

Engine repair on a 381st B-17

US Fortress aircraft 'Hell Belle' of the Bomb Group, Bomb Squadron doing a low-level fly-by at RAF Bassingbourn, England, United Kingdom, Jun-Sep 1943 ...

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Capt. Graham congratulates Lt. Biene, pilot of Boeing B-17 Flying Fortress

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B-17G Fortresses of the 381st Bomb Group are escorted by a P-51B

B-17 "Sweet and Lovely" ...

Parts are salvaged from damaged airplanes.

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Ridgewell Museum, 2016. Former site of base hospital

"Boeing B-17 "Flying Fortresses" of the 381st Bomb Group, en route to bomb enemy installations in Europe, leave their trails in the sky.

B-17F's of the 26th Bomb Squadron, 11th Bomb Group, enroute to raid

B-17G Flying Fortress (Fortaleza Voadora)

The Crews of Good Pickin

The B-17 Flying Fortress - 381st Bomb Group, Ridgewell England Station 167

Vintage Pinups & WWII Nose Art

Model of Ridgewell Air Base, courtesy of 381st Museum @Ridgewell

B-17 "Priority Gal" Crew, 91st BG, 323rd BS, Bassingbourn

B-17 Flying Fortress units of the United States Army Air Forces - Wikipedia

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A P-47 Thunderbolt pictured above Raydon airfield.

100th BG GOIN MY WAY

Bombardier's position in a at American Air Museum, part of Imperial War Museum, Duxford, UK

RL An Air Force North American with auxiliary fuel tanks flies above the clouds over England.

"Button Nose" of the 535th BS 381st BG. http://awartobewon

Air crew posing on jeep in front of 'Our Gang' of BS, BG, US Air Force, Bassingbourn, England. 15 Jun Via - S.

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B-17G " SHOO SHOO BABY " ...

381st BG Memorial at Ridgewell, UK

Flak vest from WWII airman, 381st Museum, Ridgewell, UK

42-102590 In Like Errol

Square D, 100th BG, on the fast track to Germany.

Find this Pin and more on RAF Ridgewell and other 8th Airforce bases by barneystinton.

Nose on B17 Sentimental Journey

A Flying Fortress (QJ-R, serial number of the Bomb Squadron, Bomb Group.

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B-17 379th Kimbolton. Tondelayo 42-29896. 9 missions. Ditched over

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SUPER LOW PASS Fortress aircraft of the BG, Air Force executing a low fly-over during a demonstration at Bassingbourn, England, United Kingdom, ...

B17 making a low level pass at RAF Station Biggin Hill, the logo on the

42-40011 'Schnozzle'

Boeing s/n PU-F "Thumper" BS, BG, pilot Lt. Castle damaged by German fighters near Lorient, pilot brought the plane back to England and made wheels-up ...

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Sergeant Peter Soria of the 303rd Bomb Group swings the propellor of a B-17 Flying Fortress (serial number 41-24567) nicknamed | Pinterest | Aircraft, ...

Boeing s/n "Kraut Krusher"/ Is this trip REALLY necessary?", Bomb Squadron BG, near Dijon, France, Feb 1945

Loading B-17 B-17, 384th BG, all-metal finish, in flight

JUL 24 1944 US bombers prepare the ground for Operation Cobra B-17 Flying fortress

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A colorized version I did of 42-39993 - " Hell's Angel Out of Chute 13"

On the morning of June 27th, 1942, eighteen B-17's attached to 97th

The B-17 Flying Fortress was famous for its durability. This B-17

Flying Fortress "Sweet and Lovely". An Air Force navigator on "Sweet and Lovely" tosses flight bag on truck after mission. makes reports.

535th Bomb Squadron, 381st Bomb Group

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STRATEGIC AIR OFFENSIVE AGAINST GERMANY

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"Patches" B-17G of the 532nd BS,381st BG

Remaining WWII runway, used by B-17s at Ridgewell Air Base. Currently the

Royal Australian Air Force's Mustang in flight over the Northern Italy during the last day of

Ground crew loading 12,7 mm ammo in ball turret of B-17 bomber

B-17F formation over Schweinfurt, Germany, August 17, 1943.jpg