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Duggy
Fri Mar 23 2018, 06:15PM
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This weekends photo and a very detailed shot of a Douglas A-20C being serviced at Langley Field Virginia 1942.
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Wed Mar 28 2018, 05:01PM
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This midweeks photo.
B-24 AL596 C/n 94, retained in US after Pearl Harbour, used for radar trials at Wright Field with RAF crew. Crashed on first leg of delivery flight to UK at Westover Field, MA 31.1.43. Converted to ground trainer.
Photo taken at Jeffery Field, now Logan International Airport Boston, she is testing the prototype of IMS 1000 Radar.
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Duggy
Fri Mar 30 2018, 01:13PM
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This weekends photo taken Winter of 42 at Buffalo New York.
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PatCartier
Fri Mar 30 2018, 01:21PM

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Nice one !
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Duggy
Sun Apr 01 2018, 10:10AM
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This weekends extra.
A very tired looking P-40 and P-38, taken on an airstrip near Henderson Field, Guadalcanal (Probably Kukum?)

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Duggy
Wed Apr 04 2018, 05:01PM
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This Wednesdays photo.
B-17C AN529 taken in North Africa 1941.
On Nov 8, 1941 at 1200 LT.The crew left RAF Shallufa that day to bomb all ships anchored in the Benghazi harbor. Following a successful mission, the crew were returning to there base when the aircraft ran out of fuel. As the engines number one, two and three failed, the captain decided to reduce his altitude and attempted an emergency landing in a desert area located 128 km west of Fort Maddalena. While the aircraft was damaged beyond repair, all eight crew members were unhurt and later rescued by a ground unit.
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Duggy
Fri Apr 06 2018, 05:46PM
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This weekends photo, and a spectacular one at that.
Not sure of the personal, but a very well staged Vought publicity shot.
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Duggy
Sun Apr 08 2018, 05:39PM
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Weekend extra.
Two Marines inspect the remains of a KI-46 Dinah on Iwo Jima.
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Wed Apr 11 2018, 05:43PM
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This midweeks photo's.
And a couple of nice colour shots of a US Navy K-type Blimp and its gantry.

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Fri Apr 13 2018, 05:50PM
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This weekend's photo.
North American B-25s of the 9th Air Force come in over wrecked Nazi planes to land at their base in North Africa. 1943.
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