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https://flic.kr/p/H1MCFy | Dropping the proverbial kitchen sink | On September 19, 1944, the leading crew of the 500th Bomb Squadron finally dropped the kitchen sink, of "everything but the kitchen sink" fame, on the Japanese. The project was conceived by T/Sgt. Fred J. Guetgemann of the Squadron intelligence section Corporal Clarence F. Duval constructed it out of sheet metal and Sgt. George Brasko did the paint job. After sitting around for some time awaiting a suitable target, t...

https://flic.kr/p/H1MCFy | Dropping the proverbial kitchen sink | On September 19, 1944, the leading crew of the 500th Bomb Squadron finally dropped the kitchen sink, of "everything but the kitchen sink" fame, on the Japanese. The project was conceived by T/Sgt. Fred J. Guetgemann of the Squadron intelligence section Corporal Clarence F. Duval constructed it out of sheet metal and Sgt. George Brasko did the paint job. After sitting around for some time awaiting a suitable target, t...

The engineer and waist gunner on a Consolidated B-24 of the 8th Air Force in England.

Fighter aces are seen as gods and heroes by society and history. Many books, programmes, films and interviews about them – and rightly so.

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 "Button Nose" - Boeing Flying Fort.

Painting: Andrew Dillon Sopwith Triplanes of the famous 10 Naval Squadron on patrol. One of its pilots was Canadian pilot Raymond Collishaw, the RNAS's highest-scoring ace and later an Air Vice-Marshal.

Painting: Andrew Dillon Sopwith Triplanes of the famous 10 Naval Squadron on patrol. One of its pilots was Canadian pilot Raymond Collishaw, the RNAS's highest-scoring ace and later an Air Vice-Marshal.

jb-17g | WW2 AIR-TO-AIR REFUELING EXPERIMENT, B-24 TO B-17

Experimental aerial refueling between a Liberator and a Flying Fortress during the Second World War. The process was rather complicated… “As the receiver flew straight and level, the tanker would fly slightly above, behind, and.

Big Bang in Burma by Roy Grinnell (B-25)

Big Bang in Burma by Roy Grinnell Big Bang in Burma depicts the .dramatic aerial combat of the Air Commandos, Combat Mission on

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