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Remembering my dad who manned the tailgun (not pictured here - just an example) in a B24 bomber during WWII. Thank you Daddy for serving for my freedom. -

The emergency landing of a B-24 Liberator in a Dutch field. The bomber had been hit by ground fire in the area surrounding Eindhoven while trying to take part in the resupplying of the 82nd and 101st Airborne. Everyone, save for ball turret gunner Frank DiPalma, died. -

Ground personnel of No 98 Squadron RAF, who serviced the North American B25 Mitchell Bomber. On the nose is a Grumpy insignia

Consolidated B-24 Liberators.

Consolidated B-24 Liberator Aircraft

Found this photo in my collection from the USAAF veterans I interivewed for Nose Art Films project. Does anyone know who the man is standing next to the aircraft?

B-3 Bomber Jacket from the Second World War worn by the crews of the B17 and B24 bombers. -

b24 bomber 'miss giving'