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Arthur F. Chance Crew

“Liberty Run” Pilot Lt. Arthur F. Chance and his Crew, England 1944

B-17 WWII Bomber--my grandpa worked on and flew one of these during the Vietnam war.

WWII Bomber--my grandpa worked on and flew one of these during the Vietnam war.

B17 Flying Fortress - My pop was the radioman on one of these during WWII. His plane was The Johnny Reb. XOXO

The Pink Lady is the current nickname of this Flying Fortress bomber. It is one of the few still in flying condition, and the only flying survivor to see action in Europe during World War II.

Nose art of Boeing B-17G-30-BO "NIne-O-Nine" 91st Bomb Group USAAF. Serial #42-31909. In service December 15, 1943 - December 7, 1945.  Total Hours: 1129. Scrapped at Kingman, AZ

Nose art of Boeing B-17G-30-BO "NIne-O-Nine" 91st Bomb Group USAAF. Serial #42-31909. In service December 15, 1943 - December 7, 1945. Total Hours: 1129. Scrapped at Kingman, AZ

Avro Lancaster

10 Most Influential Weapons of World War Two

10 Most Influential Weapons of World War Two - Avro Lancaster Bomber

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Stock Photo - Nose art at Avro Lancaster Mk X WWII bomber aircraft, Tent Hangar at Aero Space Museum of Calgary, Calgary, Alberta, Canada

B-17 G Flying Fortress ‘Wee Willie’ of the 322nd BS, 91st BG, 8th AF. The B17 was damaged first by a hunter before a direct flak hit logs the left side of the fuselage. The aircraft was in mission to Stendal, Germany, April 8, 1945. It will be one of the last 2 B17 lost by 91st’s combat during 39-45.

G Flying Fortress ‘Wee Willie’ of the BS, BG, AF. The was damaged first by a hunter before a direct flak hit logs the left side of the fuselage. The aircraft was in mission to Stendal, Germany, April It will be one of the last 2 lost by combat during

B-29 Superfortress - "The Great Artiste,"

The Superfortress "The Great Artiste", the only aircraft involved in both the Hiroshima and the Nagasaki atomic bombings, as a observation aircraft.