Army Air Corps XC-47C experimental transport aircraft, Jamaica bay, New York, United States, 13 Nov 1943; note Edo Model 78 floatsB-17F Flying Fortress bombers bombing Bremen, Germany through clouds with the aid of radar, 13 Nov 1943US Navy Scouting Squadron 44 (VS-44) Lt. (jg) J. M. StubblebineUS Navy Scouting Squadron 44 Lt. (jg) J. M. Stubblebine
Army Air Corps XC-47C experimental transport aircraft, Jamaica bay, New York, United States, 13 Nov 1943; note Edo Model 78 floatsB-17F Flying Fortress bombers bombing Bremen, Germany through clouds with the aid of radar, 13 Nov 1943US Navy Scouting Squadron 44 (VS-44) Lt. (jg) J. M. Stubblebine's OS2U Kingfisher aircraft, showing cowling damage, Hato Field, CuraƧao, Dutch West Indies, 13 Nov 1943US Navy Scouting Squadron 44 Lt. (jg) J. M. Stubblebine's OS2U Kingfisher aircraft, showing wing damage after he hit Hato Field's fence after failed takeoff, CuraƧao, Dutch West Indies, 13 Nov 1943
US Navy VS-44 Lt. (jg) J. M. Stubblebine posing with his OS2U Kingfisher aircraft, damaged after losing power at takeoff and hitting a fence, Hato Field, CuraƧao, Dutch West Indies, 13 Nov 1943
US Navy VS-44 Lt. (jg) J. M. Stubblebine posing with his OS2U Kingfisher aircraft, damaged after losing power at takeoff and hitting a fence, Hato Field, CuraƧao, Dutch West Indies, 13 Nov 1943


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