Fuerza Aérea Un Stuka Alemán equipado con arma antitanque 50 mm es examinada por un sargento americano en un campo aéreo en Checoslo...

American crowds greet the B-17 "Memphis Belle" on its war bond fundraising tour. It was the first B-17 to complete 25 missions over Europe.

American crowds greet the B-17 "Memphis Belle" on its war bond fundraising tour. It was the first B-17 to complete 25 missions over Europe.

Eighth Air Force fort crew studies target map before bombing mission. In: Flying Magazine, Jun 1945. “Button Nose” - Boeing B-17 Flying Fortress.

Eighth Air Force fort crew studies target map before bombing mission. In: Flying Magazine, Jun 1945. “Button Nose” - Boeing B-17 Flying Fortress.

B-17E Flying Fortress (note the remotely operated Bendix Ball Turret) and its crew, probably at Bachelor Field in early 1942.

B-17E Flying Fortress (note the remotely operated Bendix Ball Turret) and its crew, probably at Bachelor Field in early 1942.

The RAF Molesworth control tower in April 1944. On the taxiway is a B-17G, tail number 42-97284 “Ain’t Misbehavin” – she would fly a total of 48 combat missions during the war. The “Triangle-C” marking on the verticle stabilizer was the RAF Molesworth designator. The Class A Airfield imporvements: three converging airstrips with a concrete runway of at least 6,000 feet are visible in the distance. Photograph by Mr. Milton “Chic” Cantor, the photographer of the 303rd BG(H), with thanks to the…

The RAF Molesworth control tower in April 1944. On the taxiway is a B-17G, tail number 42-97284 “Ain’t Misbehavin” – she would fly a total of 48 combat missions during the war. The “Triangle-C” marking on the verticle stabilizer was the RAF Molesworth designator. The Class A Airfield imporvements: three converging airstrips with a concrete runway of at least 6,000 feet are visible in the distance. Photograph by Mr. Milton “Chic” Cantor, the photographer of the 303rd BG(H), with thanks to the…

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