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Pinner says: My dad, a teenaged member of the US Army Air Corps during WWII, in France.
Recruiting Poster ~ 1943 by Nevada Tumbleweed (Mark Holloway), via Flickr
1944 France, WWII Black US soldiers
John Mims: Ltn. Col. Edwin Thomas Mims joined the Air Force when it was called the Army Air Corps. He was one of the pilots of the lead bomber group over the English Channel on D-Day, WWII ~
WWII American flag raised in France! Happy Flag Day!!
American Army nurses stationed in Melbourne, Australia during WWII ~
June 6, 1944
WW2 Army Air Force recruiting poster
Amazing! During WWII, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers needed to hide the Lockheed Burbank Aircraft Plant to protect it from a Japanese air attack. They covered it with stunning camouflage, making it appear to be a rural subdivision from the air.
Army baking in the field bakery, Australian Army Service Corps ca.1943
An American soldier France 1944. *Note the German grenade tucked under his ammo belt....
Canadian Women's Army Corps celebrating VE Day in London, May 7, 1945.
Sergeant Karen M. Hermiston of the Canadian Womens Army Corps, holding a Rolleiflex camera.