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Flying Tigers 1941-1942

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B-24 pilot's A-2 "Final Approach." Mission marker bombs have targets written in.

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Bomber art

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U.S. bomber crew painted jacket WW2.

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Murder Incorporated

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Flight Jacket

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WWII War Paint: Bomber-Jacket Art

WWII War Paint: How Bomber-Jacket Art Emboldened Our Boys

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Authentic WWII Flight Jackets | WWII Bomber Jackets

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A-2 Bomber Jacket Art (WWII) - MRS ALDAFLAK via RetroWaste.com

Type A-2 Leather Flying Jacket, WWII Bomber Jacket | RetroWaste

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THE WORLD OF DR. ORLOFF!

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U.S. bomber crew painted jacket WW2.

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More jackets

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"Warzend"

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Lucky Devil.

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Looks like rudder of a B-24 on the chest art but not sure. Mission markers on the other side.

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Art and mission markers

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Flying Tigers

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Very different "Twice as Nice"

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"Flyin Circus" shows a B-24 in the decoration.

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"Time's a Waistin" - this name seemed to be popular.

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"Double Trouble"

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A glorious display of mission markers

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Something I've never seen. B-17 crew from "Rose Ettta"with individual art on each jacket. Usually the nose art of the plane was common to the crew's jackets. Steel Quonset hut in the background.

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“Wee Willie,” a bee carrying a red bomb, was the insignia of the 21st Bomb Squadron, 30th Bomb Group. The patch is sewn to the A-2 of Captain Earnest C. Pruett, who flew B-24 Liberators. #WWII #History #USAAF #BomberJackets

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