Cockpit and instrument panel of an A-26 Invader aircraft, date unknownTwo crew members loading ammunition for their A-26 bomberA-26 Invader bomber taking off, 1944A-26 Invader aircraft in flight, Aug 1943-Jan 1947
Cockpit and instrument panel of an A-26 Invader aircraft, date unknownTwo crew members loading ammunition for their A-26 bomber's M2 Browning machine guns, date unknownA-26 Invader bomber taking off, 1944A-26 Invader aircraft in flight, Aug 1943-Jan 1947
A-26B Invader aircraft in flight, date unknownA-26B-35-DL Invader aircraft in flight, Aug 1943-Jan 1947Captain Paul HallA Navy XJD-1 Invader of Utility Squadron VJ-4 flying out NAS Norfolk, Virginia, United States, 13 Jul 1945.
A-26B Invader aircraft in flight, date unknownA-26B-35-DL Invader aircraft in flight, Aug 1943-Jan 1947Captain Paul Hall's P-47D Thunderbolt fighter 'Dixie Gal' of 57th Fighter Group, US 64th Fighter Squadron at rest at Grosseto, Italy, Oct 1944-May 1945; note damaged propellers and A-26 in backgroundA Navy XJD-1 Invader of Utility Squadron VJ-4 flying out NAS Norfolk, Virginia, United States, 13 Jul 1945.
B-26 Invader bomber over Korea, Feb 1951B-26C Invader aircraft of 3rd Bomb Wing of the US 5th Air Force dropping bombs over northern Korea, 1953A RB-26C variant of the B-26 Invader in a temporary nose hangar at Toul Air Base, Meurthe-et-Moselle, France, Jan 1953
B-26 Invader bomber over Korea, Feb 1951B-26C Invader aircraft of 3rd Bomb Wing of the US 5th Air Force dropping bombs over northern Korea, 1953A RB-26C variant of the B-26 Invader in a temporary nose hangar at Toul Air Base, Meurthe-et-Moselle, France, Jan 1953
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