Boston III light bombers (British designation for lend-lease Douglas A-20 Havocs) of RAF 88 Squadron at RAF Attlebridge, Norfolk, England, UK, 1941-42.Element of the 62nd Fighter Squadron fly their P-47 Thunderbolts over the English countryside, Apr-Jun 1943; these fighters were based at RAF Horsham St Faith, Norfolk, England, UK.Col Leon W Johnson points to scoreboard of B-24 Liberator “Victory Ship” as LGen Jacob L Devers and LGen Ira C Eaker look on, RAF Shipdham, Norfolk, England, UK, Nov 22 1943. The horizontal bomb represents the low level attack on Ploesti, Aug 1 1943B-24H Liberator “Gipsy Queen”/“Dusty’s Double Trouble” with the 755th Bomb Squadron at RAF Horsham St Faith, Norfolk, England, UK.
Boston III light bombers (British designation for lend-lease Douglas A-20 Havocs) of RAF 88 Squadron at RAF Attlebridge, Norfolk, England, UK, 1941-42.Element of the 62nd Fighter Squadron fly their P-47 Thunderbolts over the English countryside, Apr-Jun 1943; these fighters were based at RAF Horsham St Faith, Norfolk, England, UK.Col Leon W Johnson points to scoreboard of B-24 Liberator “Victory Ship” as LGen Jacob L Devers and LGen Ira C Eaker look on, RAF Shipdham, Norfolk, England, UK, Nov 22 1943. The horizontal bomb represents the low level attack on Ploesti, Aug 1 1943B-24H Liberator “Gipsy Queen”/“Dusty’s Double Trouble” with the 755th Bomb Squadron at RAF Horsham St Faith, Norfolk, England, UK.
B-24H Liberator “Pegasus The Flying Red Horse” of the 784th Bomb Squadron landing at RAF Attlebridge, Norfolk. The parachutes were used for braking after the hydraulic system was shot out in combat.B-24J Liberator “The Shack” of the 754th Bomb Squadron at RAF Horsham St Faith, Norfolk, England, UK, 1944-45.Sgt Otto A Sobanjo 755th Bomb Squadron sits in the tail turret of B-24J Liberator “Lily Marlene” at RAF Horsham St Faith, Norfolk, England, UK, Aug 1944.Wounded aircrewmen are helped off B-24H Liberator “Liberty Lib” of the 752nd Bomb Squadron at RAF Horsham St Faith, Norfolk, England, UK after a raid on the Dornier factory at Lubeck, Germany, Aug 25 1944. Note the WC54 Ambulance.
B-24H Liberator “Pegasus The Flying Red Horse” of the 784th Bomb Squadron landing at RAF Attlebridge, Norfolk. The parachutes were used for braking after the hydraulic system was shot out in combat.B-24J Liberator “The Shack” of the 754th Bomb Squadron at RAF Horsham St Faith, Norfolk, England, UK, 1944-45.Sgt Otto A Sobanjo 755th Bomb Squadron sits in the tail turret of B-24J Liberator “Lily Marlene” at RAF Horsham St Faith, Norfolk, England, UK, Aug 1944.Wounded aircrewmen are helped off B-24H Liberator “Liberty Lib” of the 752nd Bomb Squadron at RAF Horsham St Faith, Norfolk, England, UK after a raid on the Dornier factory at Lubeck, Germany, Aug 25 1944. Note the WC54 Ambulance.
LCol Jimmy Stewart, 2nd Bomb Wing Executive Officer, speaks with Maj John Dowswell in front of Dowswell’s B-24J Liberator “Betty” at RAF Hethel, Norfolk, England, Sept 1944. Dowswell had just piloted his crippled aircraft back to England from Germany.B-24J Liberator with the 458th Bomb Group with a collapsed front wheel due to a landing accident at Horsham St Faith, Norfolk, England, 2 Mar 1945.USAAF Capt Raymond H Littge of the 352nd Fighter Group in his P-51D Mustang showing 13 of his 23½ kills, RAF Bodney, Norfolk, England, UK, Apr 1945
LCol Jimmy Stewart, 2nd Bomb Wing Executive Officer, speaks with Maj John Dowswell in front of Dowswell’s B-24J Liberator “Betty” at RAF Hethel, Norfolk, England, Sept 1944. Dowswell had just piloted his crippled aircraft back to England from Germany.B-24J Liberator with the 458th Bomb Group with a collapsed front wheel due to a landing accident at Horsham St Faith, Norfolk, England, 2 Mar 1945.USAAF Capt Raymond H Littge of the 352nd Fighter Group in his P-51D Mustang showing 13 of his 23½ kills, RAF Bodney, Norfolk, England, UK, Apr 1945


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