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This was the legendary B17 which the crew of this bomber the 'Hells Angels' named their Motorcycle club from.

This was the legendary B17 which the crew of this bomber the 'Hells Angels' named their Motorcycle club from.

P40-Wicked! If you would like to own an awesome hand carved wood airplane model go to our store www.militarymodelsonline.com

P40-Wicked! If you would like to own an awesome hand carved wood airplane model go to our store www.militarymodelsonline.com

B-24 Liberator nose art and a brave dog.

B-24 Liberator nose art and a brave dog.

McDonald, Nt. 1943-05-04. Sergeant G. Wynnands in the cockpit of a North…

McDonald, Nt. 1943-05-04. Sergeant G. Wynnands in the cockpit of a North…

b 29 nose art decals - Buscar con Google

b 29 nose art decals - Buscar con Google

Flying Tigers US | Stories, interviews and videos about the greatest American fighter group in history

Flying Tigers US | Stories, interviews and videos about the greatest American fighter group in history

8Th Air Force Bomber Command An Amer. airman clad in heavy sheepskin jacket & pants holding up one heavy insulated boot as he poses proudly next to the nose of his B-17 Flying Fortress bomber

Air America: U.S. Bombers and Their Crews in World War II England

8Th Air Force Bomber Command An Amer. airman clad in heavy sheepskin jacket & pants holding up one heavy insulated boot as he poses proudly next to the nose of his B-17 Flying Fortress bomber

The Nine-O-Nine, a B-17 Flying Fortress heavy bomber of the 323rd Bomb Squadron, 91st Bomb Group, completed 140 combat missions during World War II, believed to be the Eighth Air Force record for most missions, and never lost a crewman as a casualty. B-17G-85-DL, 44-83575, civil register N93012, owned and flown by The Collings Foundation, Stow, Massachusetts, currently appears at airshows marked as the historic Nine-O-Nine.

The Nine-O-Nine, a B-17 Flying Fortress heavy bomber of the 323rd Bomb Squadron, 91st Bomb Group, completed 140 combat missions during World War II, believed to be the Eighth Air Force record for most missions, and never lost a crewman as a casualty. B-17G-85-DL, 44-83575, civil register N93012, owned and flown by The Collings Foundation, Stow, Massachusetts, currently appears at airshows marked as the historic Nine-O-Nine.

Central heating cover, Nose Art 'Joy Ride', B-17, Pin up by Delware Company  Delware Company designed and realises special and exclusive handpainted (flight) items and interiors

Central heating cover, Nose Art 'Joy Ride', B-17, Pin up by Delware Company Delware Company designed and realises special and exclusive handpainted (flight) items and interiors

B-17 Flying Fortress  - Knock-out Dropper

B-17 Flying Fortress - Knock-out Dropper

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