B-24H Liberator “Big Dog’s?” of the 739th Bomb Squadron crash landed while returning from practice mission, Bari Airfield, Italy, Aug 4 1944.B-26B Marauder of the 441st Bomb Squadron over Île du Levant, France south of St Tropez on raid to bomb gun installations, Aug 4 1944Conspicuously marked Radio Jeep of the 391st Bomb Group at RAF Matching, England, United Kingdom, 4 Aug 1944.Map depicting the US 1st Army
B-24H Liberator “Big Dog’s?” of the 739th Bomb Squadron crash landed while returning from practice mission, Bari Airfield, Italy, Aug 4 1944.B-26B Marauder of the 441st Bomb Squadron over Île du Levant, France south of St Tropez on raid to bomb gun installations, Aug 4 1944Conspicuously marked Radio Jeep of the 391st Bomb Group at RAF Matching, England, United Kingdom, 4 Aug 1944.Map depicting the US 1st Army's breakout in Normandy, France, 24 Jul-4 Aug 1944
Polish resistance fighters with PIAT anti-tank launchers, Warsaw, Poland, Aug 1944USS Enterprise in her new Measure 33-4Ab paint scheme leaving Pearl Harbor, Hawaii for exercises, 4 Aug 1944. Photo 1 of 4.USS Enterprise in her new Measure 33-4Ab paint scheme leaving Pearl Harbor, Hawaii for exercises, 4 Aug 1944. Photo 2 of 4.USS Enterprise in her new Measure 33-4Ab paint scheme leaving Pearl Harbor, Hawaii for exercises, 4 Aug 1944. Photo 3 of 4.
Polish resistance fighters with PIAT anti-tank launchers, Warsaw, Poland, Aug 1944USS Enterprise in her new Measure 33-4Ab paint scheme leaving Pearl Harbor, Hawaii for exercises, 4 Aug 1944. Photo 1 of 4.USS Enterprise in her new Measure 33-4Ab paint scheme leaving Pearl Harbor, Hawaii for exercises, 4 Aug 1944. Photo 2 of 4.USS Enterprise in her new Measure 33-4Ab paint scheme leaving Pearl Harbor, Hawaii for exercises, 4 Aug 1944. Photo 3 of 4.
USS Enterprise in her new Measure 33-4Ab paint scheme leaving Pearl Harbor, Hawaii for exercises, 4 Aug 1944. Photo 4 of 4.
USS Enterprise in her new Measure 33-4Ab paint scheme leaving Pearl Harbor, Hawaii for exercises, 4 Aug 1944. Photo 4 of 4.


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