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56th Fighter Group, 62nd Fighter Squadron P-47C. Pilot Wayne Brainard

56th Fighter Group, 62nd Fighter Squadron P-47C. Pilot Wayne Brainard

56th Fighter Group, 62nd Fighter Squadron P-47C. Pilot Anthony Carcione.

56th Fighter Group, 62nd Fighter Squadron P-47C. Pilot Anthony Carcione.

Lt. Albert A Knafelz, Horseheads, NY. 62e Escadron de chasse. P-47D 42-26298 LM-A_ "Stalag Luft III - Je voulais Ailes

[In "Where Treetops Glisten," Lt. Pete Turner flew a with the FG]

Colonel Donald Blakeslee, one of the most decorated fighter pilots of World War II and the commander of the first American fighter squadrons to reach Berlin as the Allies ground down the German Luftwaffe, died September 3 2008 at the age of 90. As commander of the Fourth Fighter Group of the Eighth Fighter Command, Blakeslee led three squadrons of 16 single-seat, single-engine P-51 Mustangs, each equipped with six machine guns mounted in the wings and sighted so that the bullet streams ...

Colonel Donald Blakeslee, one of the most decorated fighter pilots of World War II and the commander of the first American fighter squadrons to reach Berlin as the Allies ground down the German Luftwaffe, died September 3 2008 at the age of As.

P-38's of the 367th Fighter Group

Lockheed Lightning, Butch II, piloted by Capt. Horace M. Hartwig of the fighter Squadron, Fighter Group.

demons: “ Captain Jack Ilfrey’s nickname was Happy Jack, which is where the name of his P-38J-15-LO Lightning got it’s name “Happy Jack’s Go Buggy” from. Ilfrey was a member of the 79th Fighter Squadron, 20th Fighter Group during the Second World War...

demons: “ Captain Jack Ilfrey’s nickname was Happy Jack, which is where the name of his P-38J-15-LO Lightning got it’s name “Happy Jack’s Go Buggy” from. Ilfrey was a member of the 79th Fighter Squadron, 20th Fighter Group during the Second World War...

P-51D-20-NA (serial number 44-63209) of the 84th Fighter Squadron, 78th Fighter Group, nicknamed "Sherman was Right !". The phrase derived from a speech in which General William T. Sherman (commander of a Union Army in the American Civil War) said: "There is many a boy here who looks on war as all glory but, boys, war is all hell." The pilot in front of it is Frank E. OILER (one victory). This aircraft was lost in 1945 with its pilot Louis R. HEREFORD (KIA) Photos : Roger Freeman Collection

a few highlights from the Roger Freeman Collection of photographs. The Imperial War Museum acquired the collection in 2012 and began to.

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