IWM catalogue record
This contains information written on the back of the original print and some of it may be inaccurate.
Second Lieutenant A.K. Jorgensen, First Lieutenant Richard Ulvestad and Second Lieutenant Gordon Hatt talk with a fellow airman of the 387th Bomb Group in front of their B-26 Marauder. Image stamped on reverse: 'Keystone Press.' [stamp], 'Passed for publication 14 Oct 1943.'[stamp] and '288177.' [Censor no.] Printed caption on reverse: '"MARAUDER" GETS HOME WITH ONE ENGINE AFLAME. "Double Trouble" is the name of a B-26 at a US Marauder station. On a recent raid over France it lived up to its name with a vengeance. All but knocked out of the sky by attacking enemy fighters and flak, it came back on one engine, with the other spurting flame, a situation perilous enough to give the most hardened pilot nightmares. PHOTO SHOWS: 2nd Lt. A.K. Jorgensen, San Francisco, Bombardier, 1st L.t. Richard Ulvestad, Forest River, Illinois, Pilot and 2nd Lt. Gordon Hatt, Patten, Maine, co-pilot, talking to a soldier who does their bombing up. US Pool/SG/H Keystone.'
The 387th Bomb Group flew just under thirty missions with the Eighth Air Force before being transferred to the Ninth Air Force in October 1943. The Group remained at Chipping Ongar, Essex after being reassigned and continued to hit targets in France....