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  1. Roger Freeman Collection FRE 5753

    B-17 Flying Fortresses of the 92nd Bomb Group in front of a rainbow over Podington. Image via William E "Doc" Furniss, 92nd Bomb Group. Written on...

  2. Roger Freeman Collection FRE 5888

    "Lady Moe" the donkey mascot of the 96th Bomb Group. Associated caption: 'Lady Moe was Queen of the Heath, and she was free to roam wherever she...

  3. Roger Freeman Collection FRE 6237

    B-17 Flying Fortresses of the 379th Bomb Group fly in formation over Germany. Image via Edmund H Lutz, 379th Bomb Group. Written on slide casing: ...

  4. Roger Freeman Collection FRE 6236

    Flak fired at B-17 Flying Fortresses of the 379th Bomb Group over Augsburg, Germany. Image via Edmund H Lutz, 379th Bomb Group. Written on slide...

  5. Roger Freeman Collection FRE 6235

    Flak fired at B-17 Flying Fortresses of the 379th Bomb Group over Augsburg, Germany. Image via Edmund H Lutz, 379th Bomb Group. Written on slide...

  6. Roger Freeman Collection FRE 5884

    Personnel of the 96th Bomb Group inspect the wreck of a B-17 Flying Fortress (serial number 43-37764) that has crash landed 21 November 1944....

  7. Roger Freeman Collection FRE 5883

    Lady Moe Ball Park at Snetterton Heath, named for the donkey mascot "Lady Moe" of the 96th Bomb Group. Associated caption: 'Lady Moe was Queen of...

  8. Roger Freeman Collection FRE 6232

    The nose art of B-17 Flying Fortress (WA-Y, serial number 42-3325) nicknamed "Paddy Gremlin" of the 379th Bomb Group.

  9. Roger Freeman Collection FRE 6233

    A B-17 Flying Fortress (WA-Q, serial number 42-97229) nicknamed "Hi Ho Silver" of the 379th Bomb Group buzzing Mount Farm. Image by Robert Astrella...

  10. Roger Freeman Collection FRE 6231

    A B-17 Flying Fortress (FR-M, serial number 42-30298) nicknamed "Ragin' Red II" of the 379th Bomb Group at Duxford, 1944. Image via Mason Barnard,...

  11. Roger Freeman Collection FRE 5475

    The wreck of a B-24 Liberator of the 44th Bomb Group on the back of a truck, after being destroyed by a bomb bay explosion. Image via R Seaver....

  12. Roger Freeman Collection FRE 5472

    B-24 Liberators, including (serial number 44-10553) of the 44th Bomb Group fly in formation over England. Written on slide casing: 'Over England.'

  13. Roger Freeman Collection FRE 5473

    Personnel of the 44th Bomb Group hoist a bicycle up a telegraph pole at Cheddington (Marsworth). Image via R Seaver.

  14. Roger Freeman Collection FRE 5474

    A B-24 Liberator (WQ-E) nicknamed "E for Easy" of the 44th Bomb Group. Image via R Seaver. Written on slide casing: 'WQ:E, "E" for easy in Dispersal.'

  15. Roger Freeman Collection FRE 5306

    The nose art of a P-51 Mustang nicknamed "Ridge Runner" of the 4th Fighter Group, at Debden. Handwritten on slide:"Nose Insignia Ridge Runner Ed...

  16. Roger Freeman Collection FRE 5299

    A P-51, Mustang (serial number 44-73304) nicknamed "Blondie" - in honour of the pilot's wife. The pilot was Second Lieutenant Marvin W. Arthur, of...

  17. Roger Freeman Collection FRE 6239

    The nose art of B-17 Flying Fortress (WA-Y, serial number 42-3325) nicknamed "Paddy Gremlin" of the 379th Bomb Group. Image via Constant Anzperger.

  18. Roger Freeman Collection FRE 6238

    A bomber crew and ground crew of the 379th Bomb Group with their B-17 Flying Fortress (FR-G, serial number 42-107146) nicknamed "Mairzy Doats"...

  19. Roger Freeman Collection FRE 6240

    Ground personnel watch a B-17 Flying Fortress (FR-M, serial number 42-30298) nicknamed "Ragin' Red II" of the 379th Bomb Group start up in snow at...

  20. Roger Freeman Collection FRE 5310

    A P-51 Mustang (serial number 44-14389) of 4th Fighter Group in flight. Handwritten on slide:"WDT 414389 AFGA/BROWN"

  21. Roger Freeman Collection FRE 5304

    John Godfrey and Don Gentile, two pilots of the 336th Fighter Squadron, the 4th Fighter Group, at Debden. Handwritten on slide:"John Godfrey Don...

  22. Roger Freeman Collection FRE 5301

    A P-51 Mustang (serial number 44-13984), nicknamed "Meg". This aircraft was piloted by Lieutenant Clarence Boretsky of the 334th Fighter Squadron,...

  23. Roger Freeman Collection FRE 5376

    Staff Sergeant Robert Astrella of the 7th Photographic Reconnaissance Group with the signboard of the 22nd Photographic Laboratory at Mount Farm....

  24. Roger Freeman Collection FRE 5374

    A B-17 Flying Fortress , a P-47 Thunderbolt and P-51 Mustangs parked alongside the runway at Mount Farm, home of the 7th Photographic...

  25. Roger Freeman Collection FRE 5372

    A B-25C Mitchell (serial number 42-53357) named "Miss Nashville" of the 7th Photographic Reconnaissance Group at Mount Farm. Image by Robert...

  26. Roger Freeman Collection FRE 5371

    Members of aircrew and ground crew of the 7th Photographic Reconnaissance Group in front of F-5 Lightnings at Mount Farm. Image by Robert Astrella,...

  27. Roger Freeman Collection FRE 5384

    Spitfires including (serial number PL841) and (PL914) of the 14th Photographic Squadron, 7th Photographic Reconnaissance Group at Mount Farm. Image...

  28. Roger Freeman Collection FRE 5387

    A Mark XI Spitfire (serial number PA842) of the 14th Photographic Squadron, 7th Photographic Reconnaissance Group takes off past a Cessna UC-78 at...

  29. Roger Freeman Collection FRE 5381

    A Mark XI Spitfire (serial number MB950) nicknamed "Upstairs Maid" of the 14th Photographic Squadron, 7th Photographic Reconnaissance Group takes...

  30. Roger Freeman Collection FRE 5383

    Ground personnel of the 14th Photographic Squadron, 7th Photographic Reconnaissance Group refuel a Spitfire (serial number PL914.) Image by Robert...

  31. Roger Freeman Collection FRE 5382

    A mark XI Spitfire (serial number PA842) of the 14th Photographic Squadron, 7th Photographic Reconnaissance Group takes off past a Cessna UC-78 and...

  32. Roger Freeman Collection FRE 5379

    An L-5 Sentinel at Mount Farm. Image by Robert Astrella, 7th Photographic Reconnaissance Group. Handwritten on slide case:"LC5 Mount Farm R.Astrella"

  33. Roger Freeman Collection FRE 5378

    A Mark XI Spitfire nicknamed "Prescilla", of the 22nd Photographic Squadron, 7th Photographic Reconnaissance Group at Mount Farm. Image by Robert...

  34. Roger Freeman Collection FRE 5362

    An F-5 Lightning of the 7th Photographic Reconnaissance Group at Chalgrove. Image by Robert Astrella, 7th Photographic Reconnaissance Group....

  35. Roger Freeman Collection FRE 5365

    An F-5 Lightning of the 7th Photographic Reconnaissace Group takes off at Mount Farm. Image by Robert Astrella, 7th Photographic Reconnaissance...

  36. Roger Freeman Collection FRE 5364

    The nose art of an F-5 Lightning nicknamed "Dot + Dash" of the 7th Photographic Reconnaissance Group at Mount Farm. Image by Robert Astrella, 7th...

  37. Roger Freeman Collection FRE 5388

    An P-51 Mustang (serial number 411748) ofthe 13th Photographic Squadron, 7th Photographic Reconnaissance Group prepares for take off at Mount Farm....

  38. Roger Freeman Collection FRE 5390

    Ground personnel of the 7th Photographic Reconnaissance Group fit cameras into an F-5 Lightning before a long-range mission. Image by Robert...

  39. Roger Freeman Collection FRE 5367

    An F-5 Lightning of the 13th Photographic Reconnaissance Squadron, 7th Photographic Reconnaissance Group taxying at Mount Farm. Image by Robert...

  40. Roger Freeman Collection FRE 5368

    An F-5 Lightning nicknamed "International Geographic" - of the 7th Photographic Reconnaissance Group taxying at Mount Farm. Image by Robert...

  41. Roger Freeman Collection FRE 5369

    An F-5 Lightning of the 7th Photographic Reconnaissance Group. Image by Robert Astrella, 7th Photographic Reconnaissance Group. Handwritten on...

  42. Roger Freeman Collection FRE 5370

    A Mark XI Spitfire (serial number PA842) of the 14th Photographic Squadron, 7th Photographic Reconnaissance Grouptakes off at Mount Farm. Image by...

  43. Roger Freeman Collection FRE 5361

    Vehicles and base buildings at Mount Farm, home of the 7th Photographic Reconnaissance Group. Image by Robert Astrella, 7th Photographic...

  44. Roger Freeman Collection FRE 5363

    An F-5 P-38 Lightning of the 7th Photographic Reconnaissance Group takes off at Mount Farm. Image by Robert Astrella, 7th Photographic...

  45. Roger Freeman Collection FRE 5395

    The nose art of an F-5 Lightning nicknamed "Ginger Snap", of the 7th Photographic Reconnaissance Group at Mount Farm. Image by Robert Astrella, 7th...

  46. Roger Freeman Collection FRE 5396

    The nose art of an F-5 Lightning nicknamed "Lanakila", of the 13th Photographic Squadron, 7th Photographic Reconnaissance Group at Mount Farm....

  47. Roger Freeman Collection FRE 5415

    An airman named Benny of the 7th Photographic Recconaissance Group emerging from The American Red Cross Aero Club at Mount Farm. Image by Robert...

  48. Roger Freeman Collection FRE 5413

    An airman of the 14th Photographic Squadron, 7th Photographic Reconnaissance Group wearing an A2 Flying Jacket at Mount Farm. Image by Robert...

  49. Roger Freeman Collection FRE 5414

    Personnel of the 7th Photographic Reconnaissance Group play volley ball in front of a Mosquito and an F-5 Lightning at Mount Farm. Image by Robert...

  50. Roger Freeman Collection FRE 5411

    Jim Wicker and Lawson of the 7th Photographic Reconnaissance Group with an F-5 Lightning, 22 April 1944. Image by Robert Astrella, 7th Photographic...