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C-47 aircraft at Lashio Airfield, Shan, Burma, Apr 1945; photo taken by personnel of US 5332nd Brigade (Provisional)C-47 aircraft taking off at Lashio Airfield, Shan, Burma, Apr 1945; photo taken by personnel of US 5332nd Brigade (Provisional)Loading cargo onto a C-47 aircraft, Lashio Airfield, Shan, Burma, Apr 1945; photo taken by personnel of US 5332nd Brigade (Provisional)Member of US 5332nd Brigade (Provisional) George Beal entering a C-47 aircraft bound for China, Lashio Airport, Shan, Burma, Apr 1945
C-47 aircraft at Lashio Airfield, Shan, Burma, Apr 1945; photo taken by personnel of US 5332nd Brigade (Provisional)C-47 aircraft taking off at Lashio Airfield, Shan, Burma, Apr 1945; photo taken by personnel of US 5332nd Brigade (Provisional)Loading cargo onto a C-47 aircraft, Lashio Airfield, Shan, Burma, Apr 1945; photo taken by personnel of US 5332nd Brigade (Provisional)Member of US 5332nd Brigade (Provisional) George Beal entering a C-47 aircraft bound for China, Lashio Airport, Shan, Burma, Apr 1945
Personnel of US 5332nd Brigade (Provisional) boarding a C-47 aircraft, Lashio Airfield, Shan, Burma, Apr 1945Captured Japanese L2D2-3 transport with US markings, Clark Field, Philippine Islands, 3 May 1945US Navy nurse Lieutenant (jg) Madge Overstreet at Yontan, 1945Wounded US Marines being loaded onto an aircraft for evacuation, Yontan Airfield, Okinawa, Japan, 1945; note female USN nurse Ensign Jane Kendeigh
Personnel of US 5332nd Brigade (Provisional) boarding a C-47 aircraft, Lashio Airfield, Shan, Burma, Apr 1945Captured Japanese L2D2-3 transport with US markings, Clark Field, Philippine Islands, 3 May 1945US Navy nurse Lieutenant (jg) Madge Overstreet at Yontan, 1945Wounded US Marines being loaded onto an aircraft for evacuation, Yontan Airfield, Okinawa, Japan, 1945; note female USN nurse Ensign Jane Kendeigh
US and Chinese airmen with a captured Japanese L2D aircraft, China, circa mid- to late-1945Destroyed aircraft hangar at Omura, Sasebo Naval District, Japan, late 1945; note L2D aircraft in centerG4M, B6N, D4Y, and L2D (license-built DC-3) aircraft at Yokosuka Navy Air Corps Oppama Base, Japan, late 1945Ethnically-American pilot working for China National Aviation Corporation posing in front of a C-47 Skytrain aircraft, China, circa late 1940s
US and Chinese airmen with a captured Japanese L2D aircraft, China, circa mid- to late-1945Destroyed aircraft hangar at Omura, Sasebo Naval District, Japan, late 1945; note L2D aircraft in centerG4M, B6N, D4Y, and L2D (license-built DC-3) aircraft at Yokosuka Navy Air Corps Oppama Base, Japan, late 1945Ethnically-American pilot working for China National Aviation Corporation posing in front of a C-47 Skytrain aircraft, China, circa late 1940s
A B-29A Superfortress at rest at Naval Air Station St Louis, Missouri, USA, 1949.Captured Japanese Navy Type 0 Transport (Showa L2D) with Chinese markings at an airfield in Guangzhou, Guangdong Province, China, 1949C-47 Skytrain, front quarter view 1 of 2, Hill Aerospace Museum, Utah, Aug 2006C-47 Skytrain, front quarter view 2 of 2, Hill Aerospace Museum, Utah, Aug 2006
A B-29A Superfortress at rest at Naval Air Station St Louis, Missouri, USA, 1949.Captured Japanese Navy Type 0 Transport (Showa L2D) with Chinese markings at an airfield in Guangzhou, Guangdong Province, China, 1949C-47 Skytrain, front quarter view 1 of 2, Hill Aerospace Museum, Utah, Aug 2006C-47 Skytrain, front quarter view 2 of 2, Hill Aerospace Museum, Utah, Aug 2006
C-47 Skytrain, rear quarter view, Hill Aerospace Museum, Utah, Aug 2006C-47 Skytrain, tail fin, Hill Aerospace Museum, Utah, Aug 2006
C-47 Skytrain, rear quarter view, Hill Aerospace Museum, Utah, Aug 2006C-47 Skytrain, tail fin, Hill Aerospace Museum, Utah, Aug 2006

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