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B-24L Liberator

[Photo] Underside view of a Liberator of the Bomb Squadron with bomb bay doors open, possibly over Vienna, Austria, The roll-up style bomb bay doors were very distinctive to the Liberator.

June 19, 1945: B-24 Liberators of the U. S. Army Air Forces’ 404th Bombardment Squadron make the longest bombing mission flown in the North Pacific Area during World War II, flying a 2,700-mile (4,348-km) round trip from Shemya to attack the Japanese base at Kruppu in the Kurile Islands. The B-24s are in the air for 15½ hours.

Catalog Title: Bomb Group Liberator Date: Additional Information: Bomb Group Liberator Tags: Bomb Group Liberator , Bomb Group Liberator , Repository: San Diego Air and Space Museum Archive

Germans  >> Ellis Island?-----Look at this mama wearing her baby. <3

Immigration: Germans arriving at Ellis Island. Mine: "The real immigrants that made this country great, legally.

U.S. general officers World War II Europe. Seated are (from left to right) Gens. William H. Simpson George S. Patton Carl A. Spaatz Dwight D. Eisenhower Omar Bradley Courtney H. Hodges and Leonard T. Gerow; standing are (from left to right) Gens. Ralph F. Stearley Hoyt Vandenberg Walter Bedell Smith Otto P. Weyland and Richard E. Nugent.

U.S. general officers World War II Europe. Seated are (from left to right) Gens. William H. Simpson George S. Patton Carl A. Spaatz Dwight D. Eisenhower Omar Bradley Courtney H. Hodges and Leonard T. Gerow; standing are (from left to right) Gens. Ralph F. Stearley Hoyt Vandenberg Walter Bedell Smith Otto P. Weyland and Richard E. Nugent.

Amazing Photos From History That Most People Have Never Seen Before

36 Amazing Photos From History That Most People Have Never Seen Before

WASP trainees and instructor on the flightline at Avenger Field, 1943.

A tribute to the WASP of WWII, Women Airforce Service Pilots, first women in history to fly America's military aircraft.

8Th Air Force Bomber Command An Amer. airman clad in heavy sheepskin jacket & pants holding up one heavy insulated boot as he poses proudly next to the nose of his B-17 Flying Fortress bomber decorated the name “STINKY” 45, parked at US 8th Bomber Command airdrome. Sept. 1942.

Air Force Bomber Command An Amer. airman clad in heavy sheepskin jacket & pants holding up one heavy insulated boot as he poses proudly next to the nose of his Flying Fortress bomber decorated the name “STINKY” parked at US Bomber Command airdrome.

June 4, 1942: 09:00 Grumman F4F-4 Wildcats of VF-8 prepare to take off of the USS Hornet CV-8 during the   Battle of Midway. (Note: The forward aircraft (F-9) was piloted by Ens. Charles M. Kelly Jr. His plane ran out of   fuel and ditched in the ocean. Ens. Kelly's body was never found.

us navy wwii aircraft - Yahoo Image Search Results Wildcats of the USS Hornet at the Battle of Midway June 1942

November 29, 1944 - USS Archerfish (SS-311) sinks Japanese carrier Shinano, world's largest warship sunk by any submarine during World War II.

November 1944 - USS Archerfish (SS sinks Japanese carrier Shinano on her maiden voyage 160 nautical miles southwest of Tokyo Bay. Shinano is the largest warship sunk by any combatant submarine during World War II.

In the South Pacific in World War II, tail gunner Sgt. James E. Berryhill sits with a field modification of two .50-caliber M2 machine guns on his B-24 Liberator bomber. James E. Berryhill photo

In the South Pacific in World War II, tail gunner Sgt. Berryhill sits with a field modification of two machine guns on his Liberator bomber.

Pantanella Airfield B-24H-30-FO #42-95364 "Wheel N' Deal" Code: White V 464th BG - 778th BS - 15th AF

Pantanella Airfield B-24H-30-FO #42-95364 "Wheel N' Deal" Code: White V 464th BG - 778th BS - 15th AF

Sgt is top turret gunner on a B-24 of the 8th Air Force in England.

Sgt is top turret gunner on a of the Air Force in England. /* tail-gunner, shortest life expectancy of Anyone in active combat.

The Vagabond King, B-24 Liberator #42-40787, shook from the flak concussions, from bullets smashing its windows, and from the roaring rumbling of its four Pratt & Whitney R-1830 fourteen-cylinder radial engines.

The Vagabond King, Liberator shook from the flak concussions, from bullets smashing its windows, and from the roaring rumbling of its four Pratt & Whitney fourteen-cylinder radial engines.

Japanese two men submarine

The Japanese Navy included five Type A midget submarines in the Pearl Harbor raid of 7 December Transported on board large I type submarines, the midgets were launched near the entrance to Pearl Harbor the night before the attack was to begin.

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