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A-20A Havoc bomber of US 58th Bomb Squadron flying over Oahu, US Territory of Hawaii, 29 May 1941A-20A Havoc at an airfield, pre-May 1942Australian Boston bombers of No. 22 Squadron RAAF in flight, circa 1942Boston III light bombers (British designation for lend-lease Douglas A-20 Havocs) of RAF 88 Squadron at RAF Attlebridge, Norfolk, England, UK, 1941-42.
A-20A Havoc bomber of US 58th Bomb Squadron flying over Oahu, US Territory of Hawaii, 29 May 1941A-20A Havoc at an airfield, pre-May 1942Australian Boston bombers of No. 22 Squadron RAAF in flight, circa 1942Boston III light bombers (British designation for lend-lease Douglas A-20 Havocs) of RAF 88 Squadron at RAF Attlebridge, Norfolk, England, UK, 1941-42.
British Boston III bomber of No. 88 Squadron RAF in flight, circa 1942Bomb dollies bringing bombs to an RAF Boston Bomber at an air base in Britain, Feb 1942US Navy PBO-1 Hudson of Patrol Squadron VP-82 on the ramp at Bristol Field, Argentia, Dominion of Newfoundland, Jan to May 1942. Only this squadron flew the PBO-1 in US service. Photo 1 of 2.YB-17 Flying Fortress bomber at rest at Langley Field, Virginia, United States, May 1942, photo 1 of 2; note tail of two B-18 Bolo and an A-20 Havoc aircraft in background
British Boston III bomber of No. 88 Squadron RAF in flight, circa 1942Bomb dollies bringing bombs to an RAF Boston Bomber at an air base in Britain, Feb 1942US Navy PBO-1 Hudson of Patrol Squadron VP-82 on the ramp at Bristol Field, Argentia, Dominion of Newfoundland, Jan to May 1942. Only this squadron flew the PBO-1 in US service. Photo 1 of 2.YB-17 Flying Fortress bomber at rest at Langley Field, Virginia, United States, May 1942, photo 1 of 2; note tail of two B-18 Bolo and an A-20 Havoc aircraft in background
YB-17 Flying Fortress bomber at rest at Langley Field, Virginia, United States, May 1942, photo 2 of 2; note B-18 Bolo and two A-20 Havoc aircraft in backgroundA-20C Havoc being serviced at Langley Field, Virginia, United States, Jul 1942American crew servicing an A-20 Havoc bomber, Langley Field, Virginia, United States, Jul 1942B-17 Flying Fortress bomber at rest, silhouetted by the setting sun, Langley Field, Virginia, United States, Jul 1942; note B-18 Bolo and two A-20 Havoc aircraft in background
YB-17 Flying Fortress bomber at rest at Langley Field, Virginia, United States, May 1942, photo 2 of 2; note B-18 Bolo and two A-20 Havoc aircraft in backgroundA-20C Havoc being serviced at Langley Field, Virginia, United States, Jul 1942American crew servicing an A-20 Havoc bomber, Langley Field, Virginia, United States, Jul 1942B-17 Flying Fortress bomber at rest, silhouetted by the setting sun, Langley Field, Virginia, United States, Jul 1942; note B-18 Bolo and two A-20 Havoc aircraft in background
The engine of an A-20 Havoc aircraft being serviced, Langley Field, Virginia, United States, Jul 1942A-20 Havoc aircraft of US V Bombing Command targeting Japanese airfield of Ki-48 bombers, at Hollandia, New Guinea, 1942A British DB-7B Boston Mk III bomber of RAF No. 88 Squadron over Dieppe Harbour, France, 19 Aug 1942Douglas A-20A Havoc “Little Hellion” of the 89th Bomb Squadron flying over eastern New Guinea, Sep-Oct 1942
The engine of an A-20 Havoc aircraft being serviced, Langley Field, Virginia, United States, Jul 1942A-20 Havoc aircraft of US V Bombing Command targeting Japanese airfield of Ki-48 bombers, at Hollandia, New Guinea, 1942A British DB-7B Boston Mk III bomber of RAF No. 88 Squadron over Dieppe Harbour, France, 19 Aug 1942Douglas A-20A Havoc “Little Hellion” of the 89th Bomb Squadron flying over eastern New Guinea, Sep-Oct 1942
American women building a A-20 Havoc bomber at the Douglas Aircraft Company plant at Long Beach, California, United States, Oct 1942US Army test pilot F. W. Hunter posing before an A-20 Havoc aircraft at the Douglas Aircraft Company plant at Long Beach, California, United States, Oct 1942Women workers groom lines of transparent noses for A-20 attack bombers, Oct 1942A formation of A-20 Havoc bombers in flight, circa 1943
American women building a A-20 Havoc bomber at the Douglas Aircraft Company plant at Long Beach, California, United States, Oct 1942US Army test pilot F. W. Hunter posing before an A-20 Havoc aircraft at the Douglas Aircraft Company plant at Long Beach, California, United States, Oct 1942Women workers groom lines of transparent noses for A-20 attack bombers, Oct 1942A formation of A-20 Havoc bombers in flight, circa 1943

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