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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 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...

Nothing cooler than vintage nose art.

Nothing cooler than vintage nose art.

B-24 Liberator piloted by Colonel Babb of Dalton, Georgia, during the disastrous 1943 "Operation Tidelwave" in Europe.

B-24 Liberator piloted by Colonel Babb of Dalton, Georgia, during the disastrous 1943 "Operation Tidelwave" in Europe.

In the South Pacific, Richard Ira Bong adorned his P-38 fighter with the image of his girlfriend, Marjorie Vattendall, 19. They married in Feb 1945 and settled in Ohio, where Bong was assigned to test new aircraft. A week before the war ended, the man who survived 200 combat missions and scored a record 40 kills, died at age 24, when his experimental jet crashed on takeoff.

In the South Pacific, Richard Ira Bong adorned his P-38 fighter with the image of his girlfriend, Marjorie Vattendall, 19. They married in Feb 1945 and settled in Ohio, where Bong was assigned to test new aircraft. A week before the war ended, the man who survived 200 combat missions and scored a record 40 kills, died at age 24, when his experimental jet crashed on takeoff.

Desvarios de un momento dado: Colección de "Nose Art"

Desvarios de un momento dado: Colección de "Nose Art"

North American B-25 crew ready for take-off from a base in North Africa.

North American B-25 crew ready for take-off from a base in North Africa.

B25 Mitchell Bomber "Sunday Punch" and crew, 1945.

B25 Mitchell Bomber "Sunday Punch" and crew, 1945.

Probably the closest Brown and his B-25 crew came to departing this world during WWII was when the incendiary bombs they were carrying got stuck in the bomb bay and wouldn’t drop out over the target.

Probably the closest Brown and his B-25 crew came to departing this world during WWII was when the incendiary bombs they were carrying got stuck in the bomb bay and wouldn’t drop out over the target.

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