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NAA B-25D Mitchell serial no. 41-30279 "Here's Howe" first assigned to 90th BS, 3rd BG, 5th AF. Later assigned to 500th BS 345th BG, 5th AF. Lost in friendly fire incident (shot down by US Navy anti-aircraft battery) on December 26th 1943. All crew lost...

NAA Mitchell serial no. "Here's Howe" first assigned to BS, BG, AF. Later assigned to BS BG, AF. Lost in friendly fire incident (shot down by US Navy anti-aircraft battery) on December All crew lost.

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Gen. Hap Arnold, commander of the U.S. Army Air Forces, examining the "Memphis Belle" after it returned to the US.Memphis Belle was one of the first B-17 USAAC heavy bombers to complete 25 combat missions with her crew intact by May 1943.The aircraft and crew then returned to the United States to sell war bonds. The aircraft is undergoing extensive restoration at the National Museum of the United States Air Force at Wright-Patterson AFB in Dayton, Ohio. BFD

Hap Arnold, commander of the U. Army Air Forces, examining the "Mempis Belle" after it returned to the United States.

May 17, 1943: the B-17 F-10-BO, "Memphis Belle", USAAF Serial No. 41-24485, accomplished its 25th and last combat mission.

"THE YAMAMOTO MISSION" Scarce S. x b/w, shows 15 of the 16 pilots who participated in the April 1943 mission to shoot down Admiral Isoroku Yamamoto. Signed post-war by nine of the including mission and flight leader John W. Mitchell and ace Rex Barber

Lt. Mazzechelli and Crew of the Boeing B-17 Flying Fortress ‘I’ll Get By’ of the 390th Bomb Group pose at their base in England. 13 Nov 1944.

Mazzechelli and Crew of the Boeing Flying Fortress & Get By& of the Bomb Group pose at their base in England.

MacArthur Memorial, VA

Nose Art of the Southwest Pacific Area - “Ten Knights in a Bar Room” - Bomb Group, Squadron - Serial - Frederick German Collection

B-25 Crew - Royal Flush WWII  The B-25 Mitchell was an American made twin-engined medium sized bomber used heavily by many of the Allied air forces during World War II, and around the world through the late 1970’s.  Seen here is the crew of the “Royal Flush” taken somewhere in Italy around 1942. [ Original post: B-25 Mitchell World War 2 Royal Flush ]

The bomber was used heavily by many of the Allied air forces during World War II, and around the world through the late Seen here is the crew of the "Royal Flush" taken somewhere in Italy around

A view as crew of the 44th Bombardment Group work on a B24 Liberator at the U.S Air Force Base in Benghazi, Libya.

Consolidated Vultee view as crew of the Bombardment Group work on at the U.S Air Force Base in Benghazi, Libya.

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