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USAAF airmen posing for a group shot before a B-25H Mitchell bomber, Burma, date unknownB-25 aircraft of 345th Bombardment Group, US 500th Bombardment Squadron attacking Japanese Sub Chaser CH-39 off Three Island Harbor, New Hanover, New Ireland, 16 Feb 1944, 1 of 3B-25 aircraft of 345th Bombardment Group, US 500th Bombardment Squadron attacking Japanese Sub Chaser CH-39 off Three Island Harbor, New Hanover, New Ireland, 16 Feb 1944, 2 of 3; note bomb in flightB-25 aircraft of 345th Bombardment Group, US 500th Bombardment Squadron attacking Japanese Sub Chaser CH-39 off Three Island Harbor, New Hanover, New Ireland, 16 Feb 1944, 3 of 3
USAAF airmen posing for a group shot before a B-25H Mitchell bomber, Burma, date unknownB-25 aircraft of 345th Bombardment Group, US 500th Bombardment Squadron attacking Japanese Sub Chaser CH-39 off Three Island Harbor, New Hanover, New Ireland, 16 Feb 1944, 1 of 3B-25 aircraft of 345th Bombardment Group, US 500th Bombardment Squadron attacking Japanese Sub Chaser CH-39 off Three Island Harbor, New Hanover, New Ireland, 16 Feb 1944, 2 of 3; note bomb in flightB-25 aircraft of 345th Bombardment Group, US 500th Bombardment Squadron attacking Japanese Sub Chaser CH-39 off Three Island Harbor, New Hanover, New Ireland, 16 Feb 1944, 3 of 3
B-25 Mitchell bombers of the 13th Air Force over the Japanese forward base at Simpson Harbor, Rabaul, New Britain, 5 Mar 1944B-25 Mitchell bombers of 321st Bomber Group, US 447th Bomber Squadron flying past Mount Vesuvius, Italy during its eruption of 18-23 Mar 1944Crew member examining a layer of ashes on a B-25 of the 340th Bomb Group at Pompeii Field, Italy. Ash came from an eruption of Mt Vesuvius on 23 Mar 1944 that rained hot ash and brimstone on the area damaging several aircraft. Photo 2 of 2.Crew member sweeping ashes off a B-25 of the 340th Bomb Group at Pompeii Field, Italy. Ash came from an eruption of Mt Vesuvius on 23 Mar 1944 that rained hot ash and brimstone on the area damaging several aircraft. Photo 1 of 2.
B-25 Mitchell bombers of the 13th Air Force over the Japanese forward base at Simpson Harbor, Rabaul, New Britain, 5 Mar 1944B-25 Mitchell bombers of 321st Bomber Group, US 447th Bomber Squadron flying past Mount Vesuvius, Italy during its eruption of 18-23 Mar 1944Crew member examining a layer of ashes on a B-25 of the 340th Bomb Group at Pompeii Field, Italy. Ash came from an eruption of Mt Vesuvius on 23 Mar 1944 that rained hot ash and brimstone on the area damaging several aircraft. Photo 2 of 2.Crew member sweeping ashes off a B-25 of the 340th Bomb Group at Pompeii Field, Italy. Ash came from an eruption of Mt Vesuvius on 23 Mar 1944 that rained hot ash and brimstone on the area damaging several aircraft. Photo 1 of 2.
Armorer cleaning the bore of a 75mm cannon mounted in a B-25G Mitchell bomber of the 820th Bomb Squadron, Tarawa, Gilbert Islands; Mar-Apr 1944P-51A Mustangs do a low pass over a forward air field of the 1st Air Commandos, Burma, Apr 1944. Note also a B-25H Mitchell and an L-1 VigilantUS Navy F6F-3 Hellcats and USAAF B-25 Mitchell bombers of the 41st Bomb Group share the Mullinix airstrip on Tarawa Island, Gilbert Islands, Jan-Apr 1944.B-25G Mitchell bomber of the AAF TAC Center, Orlando, Florida, United States, 17 Apr 1944
Armorer cleaning the bore of a 75mm cannon mounted in a B-25G Mitchell bomber of the 820th Bomb Squadron, Tarawa, Gilbert Islands; Mar-Apr 1944P-51A Mustangs do a low pass over a forward air field of the 1st Air Commandos, Burma, Apr 1944. Note also a B-25H Mitchell and an L-1 VigilantUS Navy F6F-3 Hellcats and USAAF B-25 Mitchell bombers of the 41st Bomb Group share the Mullinix airstrip on Tarawa Island, Gilbert Islands, Jan-Apr 1944.B-25G Mitchell bomber of the AAF TAC Center, Orlando, Florida, United States, 17 Apr 1944
PBJ-1 Mitchell bomber of Marine Squadron VMB-413 is hit in the port engine by anti-aircraft fire over Tobera, New Britain 5 May 1944. The aircraft crashed a short time later killing all 6 of the crew.P-47 Thunderbolt aircraft of the 318th Fighter Group lined up for an inspection at Bellows Field, Oahu, US Territory of Hawaii, 15 May 1944. Photo 4 of 8.P-47 Thunderbolt aircraft of the 318th Fighter Group lined up for an inspection at Bellows Field, Oahu, US Territory of Hawaii, 15 May 1944. Photo 6 of 8.P-47 Thunderbolt aircraft of the 318th Fighter Group lined up for an inspection at Bellows Field, Oahu, US Territory of Hawaii, 15 May 1944. Photo 3 of 8.
PBJ-1 Mitchell bomber of Marine Squadron VMB-413 is hit in the port engine by anti-aircraft fire over Tobera, New Britain 5 May 1944. The aircraft crashed a short time later killing all 6 of the crew.P-47 Thunderbolt aircraft of the 318th Fighter Group lined up for an inspection at Bellows Field, Oahu, US Territory of Hawaii, 15 May 1944. Photo 4 of 8.P-47 Thunderbolt aircraft of the 318th Fighter Group lined up for an inspection at Bellows Field, Oahu, US Territory of Hawaii, 15 May 1944. Photo 6 of 8.P-47 Thunderbolt aircraft of the 318th Fighter Group lined up for an inspection at Bellows Field, Oahu, US Territory of Hawaii, 15 May 1944. Photo 3 of 8.
B-25 Mitchell crew of 310th Bomb Group, US 12th Air Force celebrating its 15,000th sortie with donuts, Corsica, France, Aug 1944Spare and surplus USAAF aircraft at Bari Airfield, Italy, Oct 1944.B-25 bomber attacking shipping in Victoria Harbour, Hong Kong, possibly during the 16 Oct 1944 raid by US 14th Air ForceUS 14th Air Force B-24 and B-25 bombers attacking Hong Kong harbor, 16 Oct 1944, photo 1 of 2
B-25 Mitchell crew of 310th Bomb Group, US 12th Air Force celebrating its 15,000th sortie with donuts, Corsica, France, Aug 1944Spare and surplus USAAF aircraft at Bari Airfield, Italy, Oct 1944.B-25 bomber attacking shipping in Victoria Harbour, Hong Kong, possibly during the 16 Oct 1944 raid by US 14th Air ForceUS 14th Air Force B-24 and B-25 bombers attacking Hong Kong harbor, 16 Oct 1944, photo 1 of 2

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