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"A crew chief watches closely for signs of fire as Boeing is started at a base in England.

Stirling Bomber - 149 Squadron RAF, Mildenhall, Suffolk, England - June 1942

the-wolvesden: “ Shorts Stirling - 149 Squadron RAF, Mildenhall, Suffolk, England - June Image source.

"Little Miss Mischief," a B-17 of the 8th Air Force made a belly landing at her home base after a mission over Germany. Cpl. strips the engi...

Boeing Flying Fortress "Little Miss Mischief," of the Air Force made a belly landing at her home base after a mission over Germany. strips the engi.

Interior of the B-17 "Flying Fortress"

Interior of the "Flying Fortress" Waist gunners?

B-29 Superfortress dropping bombs - my dad could be in this picture somewhere. He was Z 21

Superfortress dropping bombs :: Today, we buried one of her biggest fans, Bombarder Howard Post aka my grandpa. Taps busted my heart wide open.

The B-17 'Flying Fortress' an awesome bird from another era.

There are actually only less than a handful of that can still fly today. Cant wait to fly in one in a few weeks! The 'Flying Fortress' an awesome bird from another era.

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 "Memphis Belle" on its war bond fundraising tour. It was the first to complete 25 missions over Europe.

P-40 at BURMA. Cool idea for nose art and those exhaust pipes...

A Warhawk operating in Burma with an interesting skull nose art example

An American B-17G being loaded & inspected for her next mission.

Boeing Flying Fortress being loaded & inspected for her next mission.

cos b for those who are rusty on their trig identities:)

Sin(a+b) ------------- = Cos(a)Xcos(b) Tan(a)+Tan(b) In word form. Sin(a+b) divided by Tan(a)+tan(b) equals Cos(a) times Cos(b)

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