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  1. Roger Freeman Collection FRE 1549

    A B-24 Liberator (EE-_S) of the 389th Bomb Group. Handwritten caption on reverse: '389th BG 565th sqn copied from unit history Please keep this.'

  2. Roger Freeman Collection FRE 1547

    A B-24 Liberator (EE-_Z_ of the 389th Bomb Group bombs a coastal target. Handwritten caption on reverse EE_Z, 389 BG, 13 August 1944.'

  3. Roger Freeman Collection FRE 1548

    A B-24 Liberator (serial number 42-63980) nicknamed "Missouri Mauler" of the 389th Bomb Group.

  4. Roger Freeman Collection FRE 1545

    A B-24 Liberator of the 389th Bomb Group in flight.

  5. Roger Freeman Collection FRE 3510

    Two crewmen of the 91st Bomb Group with a B-17G Flying Fortress (serial number 42-37767) nicknamed "Blue Dreams". Handwritten on reverse: '237767.'...

  6. Roger Freeman Collection FRE 3530

    The burnt out nose of a B-17 Flying Fortress of the 91st Bomb Group. Image via Ian Mactaggart.

  7. Roger Freeman Collection FRE 1553

    Personnel of the 389th Bomb Group fit a rocket launcher to the tail of a B-24 Liberator.

  8. Roger Freeman Collection FRE 1551

    A B-24 Liberator of the 389th Bomb Group launches a rocket from beneath its tail.

  9. Roger Freeman Collection FRE 1552

    Personnel of the 389th Bomb Group fit a rocket launcher to the tail of a B-24 Liberator.

  10. Roger Freeman Collection FRE 3962

    Two airmen of the 96th Bomb Group put an oxygen mask on their dog mascot in front of a B-17G Flying Fortress.

  11. Roger Freeman Collection FRE 3953

    Ground personnel inspect the wreck of a B-17 Flying Fortess of the 96th Bomb Group that has crash landed.

  12. Roger Freeman Collection FRE 3950

    A severed tail of a B-17 Flying Fortress of the 96th Bomb Group.

  13. Roger Freeman Collection FRE 3507

    The nose art of a B-17G Flying Fortress (serial number 42-31673) nicknamed "Lassie Come Home" of the 91st Bomb Group Passed for publication 10 Jan...

  14. Roger Freeman Collection FRE 3967

    A tail gunner of the 96th Bomb Group with his B-17 Flying Fortress.

  15. Roger Freeman Collection FRE 3966

    Ground personnel of the 96th Bomb Group extinguish a fire.

  16. Roger Freeman Collection FRE 3965

    An airman of the 96th Bomb Group practices his shooting at a firing range.

  17. Roger Freeman Collection FRE 3964

    An airman of the 96th Bomb Group at work.

  18. Roger Freeman Collection FRE 3963

    Two airmen of the 96th Bomb Group.

  19. Roger Freeman Collection FRE 3991

    B-17 Flying Fortresses of the 96th Bomb Group fly in formation above the clouds.

  20. Roger Freeman Collection FRE 3994

    The wrecks of German aircraft outside a hangar. Photographed by an airman of the 96th Bomb Group.

  21. Roger Freeman Collection FRE 3995

    Two airmen of the 96th Bomb Group with their B-17F Flying Fortress (serial number 42-30872) nicknamed "Blonde Bomber".

  22. Roger Freeman Collection FRE 3977

    B-17 Flying Fortresses of the 96th Bomb Group release bombs over the target.

  23. Roger Freeman Collection FRE 3974

    A B-17 Flying Fortress of the 96th Bomb Group in flight with a fighter aircraft. Handwritten caption on reverse: '11-4-44, 96 BG, Lt Gillespie.'

  24. Roger Freeman Collection FRE 3971

    The nose art of a B-17 Flying Fortress nicknamed "Ole Puss" of the 96th Bomb Group.

  25. Roger Freeman Collection FRE 3975

    A B-17 Flying Fortress (AW-G, serial number 42-39740) of the 337th Bomb Squadron, 96th Bomb Group in flight.

  26. Roger Freeman Collection FRE 3984

    A B-17 Flying Fortress (serial number 42-3352) of the 96th Bomb Group releases bombs during a mission.

  27. Roger Freeman Collection FRE 3989

    A B-17 Flying Fortress (serial number 42-30227) nicknamed "Wabbit Twacks II" of the 96th Bomb Group in flight. Handwritten caption on reverse of...

  28. Roger Freeman Collection FRE 3990

    B-17 Flying Fortresses, including (QJ-T, serial number 44-8077), of the 96th Bomb Group drop supplies during a mission.

  29. Roger Freeman Collection FRE 3985

    B-17 Flying Fortresses of the 96th Bomb Group release bombs over the target during a mission.

  30. Roger Freeman Collection FRE 3993

    A B-17 Flying Fortress (QJ-R, serial number 42-32045) of the 339th Bomb Squadron, 96th Bomb Group.

  31. Roger Freeman Collection FRE 3986

    B-17 Flying Fortresses (AW-B),(AW-K, serial number 42-30569), (AW-M, serial number 42-3519) and (AW-S, serial number 42-39814) of the 337th Bomb...

  32. Roger Freeman Collection FRE 4018

    The nose art of the B-17 Flying Fortress nicknamed "Stingy" of the 96th Bomb Group.

  33. Roger Freeman Collection FRE 4016

    A battle damaged tail of a B-17 Flying Fortress of the 96th Bomb Group.

  34. Roger Freeman Collection FRE 3982

    B-17 Flying Fortresses of the 96th Bomb Group leave contrails behind as they fly in formation during a mission.

  35. Roger Freeman Collection FRE 3981

    A B-17 Flying Fortress (BX-H, serial number 43-37716) nicknamed "5 Grand" of the 338th Bomb Squadron, 96th Bomb Group in flight.

  36. Roger Freeman Collection FRE 4035

    A B-17 Flying Fortress (BX-W, serial number 43-38777) nicknamed "Peder's Parade" of the 96th Bomb Group in flight. Image via Peder Larsen. Larsen...

  37. Roger Freeman Collection FRE 4034

    A B-17 Flying Fortress (BX-W, serial number 43-38777) nicknamed "Peder's Parade" of the 96th Bomb Group. Image via Peder Larsen. Larsen has...

  38. Roger Freeman Collection FRE 4013

    Personnel of the 96th Bomb Group look on as photographers photograph a B-17 Flying Fortress (MZ-A, serial number 42-97534). On reverse: Not To Be...

  39. Roger Freeman Collection FRE 4007

    Personnel work to extinguish a burning B-17 Flying Fortress (serial number 44-8451) of the 96th Bomb Group.

  40. Roger Freeman Collection FRE 4025

    The nose art of the B-17 Flying Fortress nicknamed "Fertile Myrtle The 3rd" of the 96th Bomb Group.

  41. Roger Freeman Collection FRE 4022

    A B-17G Flying Fortress (QJ-E, serial number 43-37775) nicknamed "Oh Hardluck" of the 96th Bomb Group. Image via Sal Ciofalo.

  42. Roger Freeman Collection FRE 4021

    The nose art of a B-17G Flying Fortress (QJ-E, serial number 43-37775) nicknamed "Oh Hardluck" of the 96th Bomb Group. Image via Sal Ciofalo.

  43. Roger Freeman Collection FRE 4036

    A B-17 Flying Fortress (BX-W, serial number 43-38777) nicknamed "Peder's Parade" of the 96th Bomb Group at Kopblenz. Image via Peder Larsen....

  44. Roger Freeman Collection FRE 4039

    A B-17 Flying Fortress (BX-W, serial number 42-31053) nicknamed "Stingy" of the 338th Bomb Squadron, 96th Bomb Group flies over a military...

  45. Roger Freeman Collection FRE 4047

    B-17 Flying Fortresses of the 97th Bomb Group fly in formation over an airbase.

  46. Roger Freeman Collection FRE 4054

    B-17 Flying Fortresses of the 97th Bomb Group take off from Grafton Underwood. Printed caption on reverse of print: '26051 A.C. - Boeing B-17s take...

  47. Roger Freeman Collection FRE 4024

    B-17 Flying Fortresses of the 96th Bomb Group fly in formation with a B-17 Flying Fortress of the 388th Bomb Group during a mission.

  48. Roger Freeman Collection FRE 3081

    A Mosquito (WX-J, serial number RG146) of the 653rd Bomb Squadron, 25th Bomb Group. Handwritten on reverse: 'WX-J RG146'.

  49. Roger Freeman Collection FRE 3078

    A Mosquito Mk. XVI (serial number NS519) of the 25th Bomb Group parked on a runway. Handwritten on reverse: 'PR: XVI.'

  50. Roger Freeman Collection FRE 3079

    A Mosquito (serial number RG146) of the 25th Bomb Group parked on a runway.