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WHO-Tube: World War 2 Air War Combat Footage in Color
Feb 19, 2015
WW2, WWII, World War 2 era (1939 - 1945) air combat footage compilation film, footage mixed together from WWII documentaries etc. Aerial warfare. -...
World War II Pilot Reunited with his P-47 Thunderbold, 71 Years Later
Jan 28, 2015
When they told WW II pilot Charlie Screws that they had located the tail- fin from the Thunderbolt P-47 that he flew in the war,...
War museum’s WW2 USAAF photo appeal identifies girls
Jan 3, 2015
Three girls snapped in a photograph at a World War Two US air force base in Norfolk have been traced as part of an...
Duxford Imperial War Museum in WWII USAF family photo appeal
Oct 10, 2014
A museum is asking people to share family photographs and memories of US airmen and women stationed in Britain during World War Two. The...
B-25J Sandbar Mitchell Restoration
May 8, 2014
In 2012, 30 year old Patrick Mihalek, owner at Legend Of Aces Aviation believed there was hope to make “Sandbar Mitchell” fly again and...
WHO-Tube: Allied bombing of Germany B-17 Flying Fortress and P-47 Thunderbolts of the USAAF
Apr 30, 2014
The first mission to Schweinfurt. P-47's and B-17 formationshttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N7ctzVTDs-g
2012: Sacrifices of US airmen in 388th Bomb Group remembered at Norfolk festival
Jan 20, 2014
For the last 70 years, East Anglia has hosted personnel from the United States Air Force (USAAF) since the “friendly invasion” during the Second...
USAAF Combat Groups and Squadrons 71- 90th
Sep 20, 2013
www.asisbiz.com 71st Reconnaissance Group Constituted as 71st Observation Group on 21 Aug 1941. Activated on 1 Oct 1941. Trained with B-25, P-38, P-39, and P-40 aircraft....
The Story of the IX Tactical Air Command JABOS: “MOST TERRIFYING WEAPON”
Sep 18, 2013
THE red tile building at the intersection of two dusty roads near Putanges looked like an ordinary house in the hot August sunlight, but...
WWII Airfields: RAF Bassingbourn
Sep 18, 2013
Bassingbourn Barracks, is a Phase One recruit training camp and is home to the Army Training Regiment Bassingbourn and the Tower Museum Bassingbourn located...
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