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  1. Roger Freeman Collection FRE 819

    A steel coated Bible, damaged by flak, that saved the life of Second Lieutenant Robert Turner of the 94th Bomb Group. Printed caption on image: '...

  2. Roger Freeman Collection FRE 816

    The bomb dump of the 94th Bomb Group. Technical Sergeant Santing Pagicca (holding the axe) from Malden, Massachusetts, is chopping the paper bands...

  3. Roger Freeman Collection FRE 815

    Personnel of the 94th Bomb Group play cards on the bonnet of a jeep.

  4. Roger Freeman Collection FRE 1445

    P-51 Mustang (CY-M, serial number 44-13837), named "Miss Marilyn II", of the 343rd Fighter Squadron, 55th Fighter Group, July - December 1944. ...

  5. Roger Freeman Collection FRE 1906

    Lieutenant Reilley, Lieutenant Fields and Lieutenant Vincent of the 458th Bomb Group stand outside a "Glass Palace" Club. Image via Lieutenant...

  6. Roger Freeman Collection FRE 1904

    Swedish civilians inspect the wreckage of a B-24 Liberator (serial number 41-28963) of the 458th Bomb Group that has crashed near Hällerup....

  7. Roger Freeman Collection FRE 746

    A waist gunner of the 92nd Bomb Group in position inside a B-17 Flying Fortress. Image stamped on reverse: 'Passed for publication 17 Oct 1942....

  8. Roger Freeman Collection FRE 744

    Ground crew of the 92nd Bomb Group load bombs into a B-17 Flying Fortres (serial number 41-9148) nicknamed "Boomerang" at Bovingdon. A censor has...

  9. Roger Freeman Collection FRE 1443

    Lieutenant-Colonel Jack S. Jenkins, commanding officer of the 55th Fighter Group, sits in cockpit of P-38 Lightning named "Texas Ranger" at...

  10. Roger Freeman Collection FRE 1442

    P-51 Mustang (CY-Q, serial number 44-14175), named "Cherry", of the 343rd Fighter Squadron, 55th Fighter Group. This aircraft was flown by First...

  11. Roger Freeman Collection FRE 750

    The American Red Cross Clubmobile pays a visit to a bomber crew of the 92nd Bomb Group who have returned to Alconbury after a mission, flying a B...

  12. Roger Freeman Collection FRE 748

    American Red Cross pay a visit to personnel of the 92nd Bomb Group who have returned to Alconbury following a mission. Caption printed on image: ...

  13. Roger Freeman Collection FRE 751

    The tail guns of a B-17 Flying Fortress of the 92nd Bomb Group.

  14. Roger Freeman Collection FRE 749

    The American Red Cross Clubmobile pays a visit to personnel of the 92nd Bomb Group who have returned to Alconbury following a mission. Caption...

  15. Roger Freeman Collection FRE 737

    American Red Cross pay a visit to a bomber crew of the 92nd Bomb Group who have returned to Alconbury from a mission flying a B-17 Flying Fortress ...

  16. Roger Freeman Collection FRE 742

    Ground crew of the 92nd Bomb Group refuel a B-17 Flying Fortress (serial number 41-9148) nicknamed "Boomerang". Image stamped on reverse: ...

  17. Roger Freeman Collection FRE 743

    Sergeant John Pysarchuk of the 92nd Bomb Group gives a talk about a B-17 Flying Fortress (serial number 41-9022) nicknamed "Alabama Exterminator II...

  18. Roger Freeman Collection FRE 741

    Master Sergeant Boyles, a waist gunner of the 92nd Bomb Group in position inside a B-17 Flying Fortress. Image stamped on reverse: 'Passed for...

  19. Roger Freeman Collection FRE 740

    Personnel of the 92nd Bomb Group enjoy refreshments with ladies of the American Red Cross at Alconbury. Caption printed on image: 'American Red...

  20. Roger Freeman Collection FRE 769

    Three airmen of the 93rd Bomb Group stand with the nose art of a B-24 Liberator (serial number 42-40128) nicknamed "Ball of Fire the III".

  21. Roger Freeman Collection FRE 768

    Lietuenant W.E Keefer, Lieutenant Phil Ziegler, Lieutenant Howard Young and Lieutenant Joe Walker, of the 93rd Bomb Group stand with their B-24...

  22. Roger Freeman Collection FRE 767

    Ground crew of the 93rd Bomb Group attend to the remains of a B-24 Liberator (serial number 41-23745) nicknamed "Katy Bug" that crashed near...

  23. Roger Freeman Collection FRE 765

    B-17 Flying Fortresses of the 92nd Bomb Group drop bombs over the target.

  24. Roger Freeman Collection FRE 764

    B-17 Flying Fortresses of the 92nd Bomb Group fly in formation during a training exercise. Aircraft are, from left to right: B-17E (serial number...

  25. Roger Freeman Collection FRE 770

    Ground personnel of the 93rd Bomb Group carry out repairs to the engine of a B-24 Liberator at Alconbury. Image stamped on reverse: 'Passed for...

  26. Roger Freeman Collection FRE 760

    B-17 Flying Fortresses of the 92nd Bomb Group fly in formation en route to Cologne. A B-17 Flying Fortress (UX-X, serial number 42-30649) nicknamed...

  27. Roger Freeman Collection FRE 763

    B-17 Flying Fortresses of the 92nd Bomb Group fly in formation over countryside. The aircraft, from left to right, are B-17G (NV-P, serial number...

  28. Roger Freeman Collection FRE 762

    B-17 Flying Fortresses of the 92nd Bomb Group fly in formation en route to Cologne. A B-17 Flying Fortress (JW-N, serial number 42-30580) nicknamed...

  29. Roger Freeman Collection FRE 758

    Ground crew of the 95th Bomb Group attend to an explosion caused whilst loading bombs into a B-17 Flying Fortress at Alconbury. Aircraft pictured...

  30. Roger Freeman Collection FRE 757

    Ground crew of the 92nd Bomb Group wait with an ambulance as a B-17 Flying Fortress (UX-D, serial number 42-5734) nicknamed "Seymour Angel" lands...

  31. Roger Freeman Collection FRE 756

    Ground crew of the 92nd Bomb Group load bombs onto a B-17 Flying Fortress at Bovingdon. Image stamped on reverse: 'Planet News Passed by Censor.'...

  32. Roger Freeman Collection FRE 754

    Personnel of the 92nd Bomb Group ride bicycles past B-17 Flying Fortresses: B-17F (PY-T, serial number 42-3165) and B-17F (UX-H, serial number 42...

  33. Roger Freeman Collection FRE 790

    B-24 Liberator(serial number 42-40246) nicknamed "Thunder Mug" of the 93rd Bomb Group flies in formation en route to the target. Image stamped on...

  34. Roger Freeman Collection FRE 787

    Ground crew of the 93rd Bomb Group attend to the casualties and wreckage of a B-24 Liberator crash. Handwritten caption on reverse: '11/42 Y.'

  35. Roger Freeman Collection FRE 792

    A formation of B-24 Liberators of the 93rd Bomb Group. Handwritten caption on reverse: '13/6/43, 93BG. Practice formation at 1600hrs. Arched. A/C:...

  36. Roger Freeman Collection FRE 776

    First Lieutenant Llewellyn L. Brown and First Lieutenant Robert J. Quinlivan admire the nose art of a B-24 Liberator (serial number 41-23724)...

  37. Roger Freeman Collection FRE 780

    A B-24 Liberator (serial number 41-23667) nicknamed "Ball of Fire (Barber Bob)" of the 93rd Bomb Group used as a flight assembly ship.

  38. Roger Freeman Collection FRE 775

    Ground personnel of the 93rd Bomb Group drag a bomb towards a B-24 Liberator (serial number 41-23745) nicknamed "Katy Bug" at Alconbury. Image...

  39. Roger Freeman Collection FRE 774

    Ground crew of the 93rd Bomb Group prepare to load bombs into a B-24 Liberator (serial number 41-23737) nicknamed "Eager Beaver" at Alconbury....

  40. Roger Freeman Collection FRE 779

    Second Lieutenant Glenn A. Tessmer of the 93rd Bomb Group. Tessmer's handwritten caption on reverse: 'Me! Glenn Tessmer 329Sq, 93rd BG.

  41. Roger Freeman Collection FRE 778

    Master Sergeant George E Ewald, a crew chief of the 93rd Bomb Group, changes the engine of a B-24 Liberator (serial number 41-23722) nicknamed ...

  42. Roger Freeman Collection FRE 2048

    The nose art of a B-24 Liberator nicknamed "Fluxuatin' Kate" of the 487th Bomb Group.

  43. Roger Freeman Collection FRE 2047

    Lieutenant-Colonel Biernie Lay Jr. and Lieutenant-Colonel Veeching of the 487th Bomb Group socialise with Colonel Bostrom and an unknown lady at a...

  44. Roger Freeman Collection FRE 2043

    The nose art of a B-24 Liberator (serial number 41-29483) nicknamed "Gashouse Gus" of the 487th Bomb Group.

  45. Roger Freeman Collection FRE 710

    Personnel of the 91st Bomb Group await interrogation, after returning to Bassingbourn from their latest mission. Image stamped on reverse: ...

  46. Roger Freeman Collection FRE 977

    Staff Sergeant Waldo B Brandt, a tail gunner of the 303rd Bomb Group, cleans the guns on his B-17 Flying Fortress. Image stamped on reverse: ...

  47. Roger Freeman Collection FRE 982

    Staff Sergeant George W Henderson, a tail gunner of the 303rd Bomb Group, in position inside a B-17 Flying Fortress. Image stamped on reverse: ...

  48. Roger Freeman Collection FRE 981

    Staff Sergeant Harry J Brody of the 303rd Bomb Group receives a letter from home. Image stamped on reverse: 'Copyright Current Affairs Ltd.' [stamp...

  49. Roger Freeman Collection FRE 696

    Army Air Force cooks of the 91st Bomb Group prepare pancakes in the mess at Bassingbourn. Printed caption on reverse: '69438 AC. Cooks in the mess...

  50. Roger Freeman Collection FRE 695

    The left wing of B-17 Flying Fortress (LG-W, serial number 42-31333) nicknamed "Wee Willie" of the 91st Bomb Group falls away after having suffered...