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Boeing B-17G Flying Fortress

Profiles: Aircraft Of World War 2 Published by Octopus Books Ltd. For more information on this aircraft, Double-click on the link below...

Ileen Lois: The name on a ball turret that identified an entire crew. Ah, the poem ~ "Death of a Ball Turret Gunner". nobody being hosed out of this gun mount :( Ww2 Aircraft, Military Aircraft, History Online, Military Pictures, Prisoners Of War, Ww2 Planes, War Machine, Military History, World War Two

Ileen Lois: The name on a ball turret that identified an entire B-17 crew

This is the story of Sgt. Ralph Truesdale, the man who had inscribed the words Ileen Lois on a B-17 bomber as a dedication to his wife. The plane was found 69 years later after it crashed on Lake Bolsena during WW2.

The ground crew of a Cub tells a Crew Chief the role played by the Cub as a spotting plane for bombers in raids. Photographed in England during WWII. Ww2 Aircraft, Military Aircraft, Fighter Pilot, Fighter Jets, American Air, Airplane Pilot, Navy Marine, Ww2 Planes, Mustang

Color Pictures of World War II Bomber Armaments, Royalty Free

Royalty Free Color Pictures of World War II.

Vintage Aircraft American heavy bombers fighting through a flak storm. Ww2 Aircraft, Fighter Aircraft, Military Aircraft, Photo Avion, Memphis Belle, Historia Universal, Ww2 Planes, War Photography, Military Photos

The “Memphis Belle” and other B-17s from the 91st Bomb Group encounter heavy flak over occupied France, 1942

31 points • 4 comments - The “Memphis Belle” and other B-17s from the 91st Bomb Group encounter heavy flak over occupied France, 1942 - 9GAG has the best funny pics, gifs, videos, gaming, anime, manga, movie, tv, cosplay, sport, food, memes, cute, fail, wtf photos on the internet!

Pilot is initiated by a dunking in trailer filled with water. England, pin by Paolo Marzioli Ww2 History, Military History, Bomber Plane, Ww2 Aircraft, Royalty Free Pictures, United States Army, Nose Art, Colorful Pictures, World War Two

Color Pictures of World War II Airforce Crews, Royalty Free

Royalty Free Color Pictures of World War II.

King George VI of Great Britain visits the base of the USAAF Bomb Squadron at Chelveston, England, UK, 13 Nov The aircraft is “Holey Joe” with Cpl David C Casteel of Illinois standing second from the left Source United States Army Air Forces Military Art, Military History, Image Avion, Edwards Air Force Base, American Air, Vintage Airplanes, Nose Art, King George, D Day

[Photo] King George VI of Great Britain visits the base of the USAAF 352nd Bomb Squadron at Chelveston, England, UK, 13 Nov 1942. The aircraft is B-17F �Holey Joe� with Cpl David C Casteel of Illinois standing second from the left

[Photo] King George VI of Great Britain visits the base of the USAAF 352nd Bomb Squadron at Chelveston, England, UK, 13 Nov 1942. The aircraft is B-17F �Holey Joe� with Cpl David C Casteel of Illinois standing second from the left | World War II Database

Aircraft boneyards, sales depots, and scrapping facilities for surplus military airplanes after World War II. Aircraft Engine, Ww2 Aircraft, Military Aircraft, Aircraft Images, Aviation Decor, Air Photo, Navy Ships, Vintage Design, Panzer

WWII vehicle boneyards were essentially war machine landfills

The biggest war in history had a lot of leftovers and nowhere to put them.

"Berlin Sleeper II" Boeing Flying Fortress s/n BS, BG First to reach 100 missions. Originally assigned to the Bomb Squadron, Bomb Group and named "Pale Face". Transferred to the Bomb Group on 24 August Ww2 Aircraft, Military Aircraft, Air Fighter, Fighter Jets, Aviation Mechanic, Old Planes, Germany Ww2, Nose Art, World War Ii

Boeing B-17 Flying Fortress

"Berlin Sleeper II" Boeing B-17F-1-BO Flying Fortress s/n 41-24370 342nd BS, 97th BG First B-17 to reach 100 missions. Originally assigned to the 325th Bomb Squadron, 92nd Bomb Group and named "Pale Face". Transferred to the 97th Bomb Group on 24 August 1942.

Boeing Fortress I in RAF colours. Generally used by RAF Coastal Command for maritime patrol, as early models considered too slow, vulnerable, and carried low bomb loads, compared to British bombers already in service. Us Air Force, Royal Air Force, Ww2 Aircraft, Military Aircraft, Kansas, Air Force Bomber, Air And Space Museum, New Engine, Nose Art

Ray Wagner Collection Image

PictionID:46702315 - Catalog:16_007774 - Title:Boeing Fortress I AM528 [mfr] - Filename:16_007774.tif - Image from the Ray Wagner Collection. Ray Wagner was Archivist at the San Diego Air and Space Museum for several years and is an author of several books on aviation --- ---Please Tag these images so that the information can be permanently stored with the digital file.---Repository: San Diego Air and Space Museum