DeHavilland Mosquito F8 in United States service with the National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics (NACA) at the Langley Research Center, Virginia, United States, 4 Jan 1945.Melvin Hoffman of the 82nd Fighter Squadron made the best landing he could under the circumstances in his P-51D Mustang at RAF Duxford, Cambridgeshire, England, UK; Jan 4 1945. Note oil covering the windscreen and engine cowling.Men of US 290th Regiment in snowy terrain near Amonines, Belgium, 4 Jan 1945Private Booker Davis of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States of the 558th Ambulance Company, US First Army filling a WC54 ambulance with gasoline, Belgium, 4 Jan 1945
DeHavilland Mosquito F8 in United States service with the National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics (NACA) at the Langley Research Center, Virginia, United States, 4 Jan 1945.Melvin Hoffman of the 82nd Fighter Squadron made the best landing he could under the circumstances in his P-51D Mustang at RAF Duxford, Cambridgeshire, England, UK; Jan 4 1945. Note oil covering the windscreen and engine cowling.Men of US 290th Regiment in snowy terrain near Amonines, Belgium, 4 Jan 1945Private Booker Davis of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States of the 558th Ambulance Company, US First Army filling a WC54 ambulance with gasoline, Belgium, 4 Jan 1945
US Army Lieutenant General Joseph T. McNarney, Deputy Supreme Allied Commander in the Mediterranean Theater, inspecting African-American honor guard military policemen, Italy, 4 Jan 1945
US Army Lieutenant General Joseph T. McNarney, Deputy Supreme Allied Commander in the Mediterranean Theater, inspecting African-American honor guard military policemen, Italy, 4 Jan 1945


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