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Squadron of B17 bombers of the 13th Wing 390th Bomb Group

Squadron of B17 bombers of the 13th Wing 390th Bomb Group

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B-17G Flying Fortress of the 390th Bomb Group 571st BS 44-8844

A battle-damaged B-17 Flying Fortress (CC-A, serial number

Damaged B-17 42-97849 Liberty Belle 390th Bomb Group 570th Bomb Squadron 8th

390th Bomb Group

569th Bomb Squadron

Squadron of B-17 bombers of the 13th Wing, 390th Bomb Group Germany,

B-17s of the 390th Bomb Group, flying out of RAF Framlingham, England

A B-17 Flying Fortress (BK-H, serial number 42-37781

A B-17 Flying Fortress (serial number 42-31330) of the 452nd

99th Bomb Group

Bomb Group Bomb Squadron Nose Art Goin my way Air Force

95th Bomb Group Boeing B-17Gs in combat formation. The squadron was diverted to bombing ...

B-17 Flying Fortresses (serial number 43-38521), (DI-

A battle-damaged B-17 Flying Fortress (FC-L, serial number

303rd Bombardment Group 358th Bombardment Squadron Crew with B-17 Hells Angels 41-24577

B-17G 43-37555 of the 390th Bomb Group, 570th BS Nose Art “The Jeannie Bee”

398th Bomb Group 601st Bomb Squadron B-17 Bomber 43-39227

B-17G Flying Fortress of the 390th Bomb Group Take it easy

A mix of 532nd and 535th Bomb Squadron planes from the 381st Bomb Group, 8th

B-17 Flying Fortresses of the 390th Bomb Group, 13th Combat Bombardment Wing ,

B-17G 390th Bomb Group Nose Art and Crew Photo Starks Ark

Squadron of B-17 bombers of the 13th Wing, 390th Bomb Group framed by vapor trails from their fighter escor… | Pinterest | Planes, Aircraft and Military

Boeing B-17E Flying Fortress 41-2587, 97th Bombardment Group, photographed 17

19th Bombardment Group B-29 Superfortresses 1945

Flying Fortress "Nine O Nine" Crew, Bomb Group, England 1946

Crew 10

A bomber crew of the 390th Bomb Group with their B-17 Flying Fortress (

B-17 Flying Fortress 390th bomb group THRU FLAK OVER GERMANY December 1943

A B-17 Flying Fortress (serial number 42-3427) of the 390th

The Collings Foundation B-17G N93012 restored to represent B-17G Nine-O-Nine of the 323rd Bomb Squadron, one of two longest-serving B-17's of the 91st BG; ...

B-17 Flying Fortresses from the 398th Bombardment Group fly a bombing run to Neumünster, Germany, on 13 April 1945.

B-17G Flying Fortress of the 390th Bomb Group

Constituted as 486th Bombardment Group (Heavy) on 14 Sep 1943 and activated on 20 Sep. Moved to England in Mar 1944 and assigned to Eighth AF.

B-17 Flying Fortresses, (LL-F, serial number 42-97467

Nutmeg Connections to Famous B-17

B-17 file photo [3237]

A B-17 Flying Fortress of the 390th Bomb Group remains airborne despite suffering a

A B-17 Flying Fortress of the 100th Bomb Group ran off the end of

711th Bombardment Squadron (H), 447th Bombardment Group (H) B-17

OSPREY COMBAT AIRCRAFT

B-17 ...

Aerial View 91st Bomb Group 322nd Bomb Squadron B-17 Bomber 42-107030

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A B-17 crew of the 390th Bomb Group endured a harrowing gauntlet of German

B-17F Flying Fortress 390th Bomb Group 42-30315 Peg of my Heart 1943

top, Boeing B-17 Flying Fortress | USA | 4th BW, ...

30th Bombardment Squadron. B-17s-attacking-lae-1942.jpg

95th Bombardment Group B-17 over Germany showing Square B tail marking

B-17 Bomber of the 390th Bomb Group.

WWII B 17 Bomber Wabash Cannonball 322th Bomb Sq 91st Bomb Group

She Dood It 339041

Aircraft

Constituted as 486th Bombardment Group (Heavy) on 14 Sep 1943 and activated on 20 Sep. Moved to England in Mar 1944 and assigned to Eighth AF.

Here is B-17 Rose Marie, which served in the 390th Bombing Group.

B-17 Flying Fortress 42-97061 General Ike 1944 England 91st Bomb Group 401st

A B-17 crew of the 390th Bomb Group endured a harrowing gauntlet of German

A B-17 crew of the 390th Bomb Group endured a harrowing gauntlet of German

Boeing B-17E Flying Fortress of the 43rd Bomb Group 65th Bomb Squadron. „

A 14th aircraft, the YB-17A, originally destined for ground testing only and upgraded with the turbochargers, was re-designated B-17A after testing had ...

A 14th aircraft, the YB-17A, originally destined for ground testing only and upgraded with the turbochargers, was re-designated B-17A after testing had ...

Damaged tail B-17 42-97861 Iza Vailable III 303rd Bomb Group 360th Bomb

File 159. 1944-07-07/07 B-17G 42-107070 Gregor collision Hoorn

29th Bomb Group

Constituted as 486th Bombardment Group (Heavy) on 14 Sep 1943 and activated on 20 Sep. Moved to England in Mar 1944 and assigned to Eighth AF.

The first group of 100th Bomb Group personnel to receive the Air Medal (from the collection of John Luckadoo).

Combat Wings

B-17G Fortresses 44-46604 and 44-48676 of the 306th Bomb Group

Map 7 July 1944 with the tracks to the target Merseburg, southwest of Leipzig. As base an outdated map was used from year 1928.

Skinner Crew (Crew number 16)

B-17G Serial 42-102964 of the 305th Bomb Group, based at RAF

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Constituted as 486th Bombardment Group (Heavy) on 14 Sep 1943 and activated on 20 Sep. Moved to England in Mar 1944 and assigned to Eighth AF.

451st Bomb Group B-24 # 44-50443 displaying 49th Bomb Wing markings over

The "Mission Belle" crash landed on the Lek River in the Netherands on December 1, 1943. Details of this event and the aftermath - including photos - can be ...

390th Bombardment Group over Germany

B-17s (Square-W) of the 486th Bomb Group. Identifiable is

Julius Lacey, 384th Bomb Group Commander at Grafton Underwood

A B-17 crew of the 390th Bomb Group endured a harrowing gauntlet of German

Eighth Air Force Combat Losses

B17G, 100th Bomb Group, "Milk Run Mabel" | display stand

Jack Kidd's departure from the 100th. Kidd Collection

Merry Max 337836 J

Constituted as 486th Bombardment Group (Heavy) on 14 Sep 1943 and activated on 20 Sep. Moved to England in Mar 1944 and assigned to Eighth AF.

Courage and selflessness saved fellow airmen during and Eight Air Force mission to Bremen and later

B17F, 303rd Bomb Group, "Thumper Again" | display stand · B17G, 390th Bomb Group, "Liberty Belle" · B17G, "Little Patches" 91st BG

Cocaine Bill 46097 D

The aircraft had been in service for six months, and the recent changes in the markings were carried out on Bomb Group and Squadron level.