Cockpit of a Hudson bomber, date unknownHudson Mk V bomber in reconnaissance configuration, date unknownTwo Hudson bombers of No. 13 Squadron Royal Australian Air Force in flight Darwin, 1940US 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.
Cockpit of a Hudson bomber, date unknownHudson Mk V bomber in reconnaissance configuration, date unknownTwo Hudson bombers of No. 13 Squadron Royal Australian Air Force in flight Darwin, 1940US 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.
US 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 2 of 2.Three Lockheed A-29 Hudsons fly past Mt McKinley, Territory of Alaska, circa 1942
US 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 2 of 2.Three Lockheed A-29 Hudsons fly past Mt McKinley, Territory of Alaska, circa 1942
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