Pinup Nose Art
Pinup Nose Art
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B-24 Liberator - Bomb Babe
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WWII bomber nose art. - Bomb babe
Bomb babe - WWII nose art.
Nose Art - Desenhos nas fuselagens de aviões militares
"Male Call" 380th Bomb Group Consolidated B-24 Liberator by San Diego Air Space Museum Archives, via Flickr
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B-24 Liberator - Easy Take-Off
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Nose Art Pin Up Girls - Bing Images
B-24, Missouri Miss
B 24 Liberalism, Missouri, Photo
https://flic.kr/p/54CJNn | B-24 Liberator | "Missouri Miss" Consolidated B-24M-1-CO Liberator s/n 44-41811 528th Bomb Squadron, 380th Bomb Group, 5th Air Force. She flew a total of 58 missions, 7 with the 528th BS and 51 with the 530th BS, in her 6 months of combat service from Feb.-Aug. 1945. Was scrapped at RFC Kingman,Arizona on Oct. 21,1945 after being in the AAF for ten days less than a year.
Carolina Moon B-17G-75-BO 43-37907 851BS, 490BG, 8th AF This Fortress arrived at Eye on 2 July, 1944 and passed on to a second crew in December who in addition to the name added wives and girlfriends names to the crews positions. This a/c was credited to downing an Me-262 jet fighter by its gunners. The B-17 survived the war and was flown back to the US in mid-1945 and was sold as scrap at Kingman in December of that year.
B-17 Carolina Moon
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Carolina Moon B-17G-75-BO 43-37907 851BS, 490BG, 8th AF This Fortress arrived at Eye on 2 July, 1944 and passed on to a second crew in December who in addition to the name added wives and girlfriends names to the crews positions. This a/c was credited to downing an Me-262 jet fighter by its gunners. The B-17 survived the war and was flown back to the US in mid-1945 and was sold as scrap at Kingman in December Pinup Girl http://thepinuppodcast.com features pinup models and pin up photographers.
B-17 "Carolina Moon" #noseart
B-17G Flying Fortress 490th Bomb Group "Carolina Moon" nose art
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B-24 "Plunderbus" of the 864th Bombardment Squadron, 494th Bombardment Group. (U.S. Air Force Photo)
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Nose Art TBF Avenger - "Plonky", RNZAF, 1944
TBF Avenger NZ2518 nose art "Plonky". Credit: RNZAF Date: 1944
PacificWrecks - TBF Avenger NZ2518 nose art "Plonky"
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Yellow Rose nose art image
NOSE ART WONDER WOMAN by J-Estacado.devian...
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NOSE ART WONDER WOMAN by *J-Estacado on deviantART
NOSE ART WONDER WOMAN n52 by J-Estacado on deviantART
Bomber Girl Nose Art - Bing Images
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Hometown Victory Girls: WWII Nose Art. This also appears to be on a B29. - Salute Our Veterans by Supporting the Businesses of www.VeteransDirectory.com and Hiring Veterans. Post Jobs at www.HireAVeteran.com
1940's Airforce nose pin-up art (20 photos)
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"Miss Yourlovin" from the Confederate Air Force Collection. This collection of nose art panels came to the CAF from Minot Pratt, the general manager of the company that was scrapping planes at the boneyard at Walnut Ridge, Arkansas. He had ordered his men to cut out and save the most interesting nose art, which he was supposedly going to put up as a fence around his property. This never happened and he donated the pieces to the CAF in the 1960's.