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B-25 Mitchell - "Georgie's Girl".

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B-24 Liberator - "QUEEN MAE".

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B-24 Liberator - Bomb Babe

Nose Art - Desenhos nas fuselagens de aviões militares

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"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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B-24, Missouri Miss

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B-17 Carolina Moon

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suprise_attack

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Vintage Aircraft Nose Art

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Calamity Jane

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PacificWrecks - TBF Avenger NZ2518 nose art "Plonky"

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bourbon boxcar

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Nose Art

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B-24, Off We Go

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Aircraft Nose Art - Kansas City Kitty

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NOSE ART WONDER WOMAN n52 by J-Estacado on deviantART

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Bomber Girl Nose Art - Bing Images

1940's Airforce nose pin-up art (20 photos)

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B-24 Liberator - "The Dragon And His Tail".

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"Pacific Princess" nose art

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Bombshell Attack!!

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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.

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