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B-17 Flying Fortress: Part 1 | Editing Luke

A photo set of a beautifully restored Bomber. Photography by Luke Fandrich.

B17 Flying Fortress - My pop was the radioman on one of these during WWII. His plane was The Johnny Reb. XOXO

The Pink Lady is the current nickname of this Flying Fortress bomber. It is one of the few still in flying condition, and the only flying survivor to see action in Europe during World War II.

B-17 Flying Fortress

A photo set of a beautifully restored Bomber. Photography by Luke Fandrich.

Boeing B-17 Flying Fortress | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

" Douglas-Long Beach Flying Fortress s/n Bomb Group, Air Force

Crew of B-17 Flying Fortress prepares for mission. When the men of an 8th Air Force group gave the town of Thetford, England, a plaque, honoring it as the birthplaces of Thomas Paine, American patriot philosopher and author, the crew of a B-17 thought it appropriate to name their plane "Tom Paine" and to inscribe the fuselage with one of his famous remarks, "Tyrrany, like hell, is not easily conquered."

Crew of Flying Fortress prepares for mission. When the men of an Army Air Force group gave the town of Thetford, England, a plaque, hono.

Spirit of Chicago Boeing B-17G-5-BO Flying Fortress 42-31174 of the 385th Bomb Group 551st Bomb Squadron ~ BFD

Crew "Spirit of Chicago", Bomb Squadron, Bomb Group, England, 1943

"Button Nose" of the 535th BS 381st BG. http://awartobewon.com

The crew of the "Button Nose". This plane went down near Caen, France, on August but the crew successfully bailed out and were quickly back in Allied hands

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