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Nose Art

P-47 Thunderbolt's pilot

P-47 Thunderbolt (U-07) 514th Fighter Squadron, 406th Fighter Group at the 'Advanced Landing Ground 6' near Utah Beach, Normandy, 21st June 1944 only a few days after the station opened. (It appears to have crashed on take-off as the anti-personnel mines are still hanging under the wings, and the twisted blades show the engine was running.) (Colourised by Doug)

Flying Tigers personnel

war noise art | AAF Vintage Nose Art Gallery 4

B-17 Flying Fortress - Miss Quachita inspected by the man who shot her down; Heinz Bär ~

Pilots of 257 Squadron RAF, based at Warmwell, Dorset, England, pose in front of a Typhoon - August 1943

World War II in colour - England, circa 1945 Ace American pilot Lieutenant Colonel Francis S. Gabreski poses in a cockpit. The flags refer to the 28 enemy planes brought down by Gabreski. If you look closely above the swastikas it names the type of plane shot down.