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  1. Roger Freeman Collection FRE 649

    Pilot Officer "Rusty", the mascot of the 44th Bomb Group, stands in front of a B-24 Liberator at Shipdham. Image stamped with Ministry of...

  2. Roger Freeman Collection FRE 648

    A bomber crew of the 67th Bomb Squadron, 44th Bomb Group with their B-24 Liberator (NB-N_, serial number 42-109820) nicknamed: "The Wasp Nest".

  3. Roger Freeman Collection FRE 954

    Second Lieutenant Henry Pratten of the 303rd Bomb Group reads a newspaper inside the Officers Club. Image stamped on reverse: 'Copyright Current...

  4. Roger Freeman Collection FRE 653

    Two airmen of the 67th Bomb Squadron, 44th Bomb Group stand beneath the nose gun of a B-24 Liberator (NB-N_, serial number 42-109820) nicknamed: ...

  5. Roger Freeman Collection FRE 652

    Five crew chiefs - Bagley, Curin, Bacaash, an unknown airman on a bike, and Ulosovich - and an officer of the 67th Bomb Squadron, 44th Bomb Group,...

  6. Roger Freeman Collection FRE 637

    An airman of the 44th Bomb Group with the nose art of a B-24 Liberator (serial number 41-24229) nicknamed "Buzzin' Bear".

  7. Roger Freeman Collection FRE 638

    Personnel of the 44th Bomb Group sit in a jeep overlooking the airfield. Image via Colonel William R Cameron.

  8. Roger Freeman Collection FRE 643

    A bombardier of the 44th Bomb Group mans the nose gun of a B-24 Liberator. Image via John Archer.

  9. Roger Freeman Collection FRE 640

    A medical truck and ground personnel of the 44th Bomb Group on standby as a B-24 Liberator (V, serial number 41-23813) nicknamed "Victory Ship"...

  10. Roger Freeman Collection FRE 639

    Personnel of the 44th Bomb Group prepare for a mission. Image via Colonel William R Cameron. Handwritten caption on reverse: 'Slap done.' [?]

  11. Roger Freeman Collection FRE 642

    A crashed B-24 Liberator of the 44th Bomb Group, November 1943. Official caption writen on image: '(WA-11/43 302-505)' Image stamped on reverse: ...

  12. Roger Freeman Collection FRE 947

    Corporal Raymond A. Stuber of the 303rd Bomb Group receives an injection. ...

  13. Roger Freeman Collection FRE 1671

    First Lieutenant Richard Steck of the 392nd Bomb Group instructs his crew and 10 passengers before a flight from Wales in a B-24 Liberator (serial...

  14. Roger Freeman Collection FRE 3069

    A B-26 Marauder of the 654th Bomb Squadron, 25th Bomb Group, parked on a runway. Handwritten on reverse: '654 BS.'

  15. Roger Freeman Collection FRE 1669

    An airman of the 392nd Bomb Group with a shark mouthed B-24 Liberator used as a Flight Assembly Ship. Image via Stanley Krantz. Handwritten caption...

  16. Roger Freeman Collection FRE 1731

    Ground personnel of the 445th Bomb Group with a B-24 Liberator nicknamed "Eloise". Handwritten caption on reverse: 'L-R Harry Riskpo, Don McRae, C...

  17. Roger Freeman Collection FRE 1678

    Master Sergeant George Cuda of the 398th Bomb Group.

  18. Roger Freeman Collection FRE 1743

    A B-24 Liberator (serial number 42-50365) nicknamed "Susu" of the 707th Bomb Squadron, 446th Bomb Group. Image via J Moulin. Handwritten caption on...

  19. Roger Freeman Collection FRE 1711

    Ground personnel of the 401st Bomb Group attend to a crashed B-17 (SC-S, serial number 42-97938) nicknamed "Twan-n-g-g" piloted by Lieutenant...

  20. Roger Freeman Collection FRE 2253

    Lieutenant James T. Wilson and Lieutenant Robert J. Owen of the 386th Bomb Group in the cockpit of their B-26 Marauder. Image stamped on reverse: ...

  21. Roger Freeman Collection FRE 931

    Staff Sergeant Harry Meyers of the 303rd Bomb Group adjusts his flying boots. Image stamped on reverse: 'Copyright Current Affairs Ltd.' [stamp], ...

  22. Roger Freeman Collection FRE 1601

    First Lieutenant Steve C. Owen Jr. of the 390th Bomb Group practices the violin. Image stamped on reverse: ‘Fox.’ [stamp], ‘passed for publication...

  23. Roger Freeman Collection FRE 919

    Lieutenant G.L. Jackson of the 301st Bomb Group enjoys refreshments from the YMCA Tea Car, from the cockpit of his A-20 Havoc nicknamed "Texas...

  24. Roger Freeman Collection FRE 1614

    Photographic officers of the 390th Bomb Group develop combat rolls of film. Image stamped on reverse: ‘Keystone Press.’ [stamp], ‘Passed for...

  25. Roger Freeman Collection FRE 912

    Three airmen of the 301st Bomb Group with a jeep and an A-20 Havoc. Handwritten caption on reverse: '3/3/43.'

  26. Roger Freeman Collection FRE 911

    King George VI rides in a jeep druing a visit to the 301st Bomb Group. Image stamped on reverse: 'Copyright Central Press Photos.' [stamp], 'Not to...

  27. Roger Freeman Collection FRE 888

    Lieutenant Harry R. Erickson, from Mankato, Minnesota, a bombardier of the 97th Bomb Group inside the nose of a B-17 Flying Fortress. A censor has...

  28. Roger Freeman Collection FRE 891

    A flight of B-17 Flying Fortresses of the 97th Bomb Group return to base and fly over the airfield. Image stamped on reverse: 'Associated Press.' ...

  29. Roger Freeman Collection FRE 886

    Sergeant Stanley Finch and Sergeant Frank Mallet of the 97th Bomb Group with their squadron insignia, painted on the waist of a B-17 Flying...

  30. Roger Freeman Collection FRE 875

    Staff Sergeant Joseph Francis Kotlarz, a tail gunner of the 96th Bomb Group, cleans the guns on his B-17 Flying Fortress (serial number 42-5885)...

  31. Roger Freeman Collection FRE 882

    Ground personnel of the 97th Bomb Group reservice a B-17 Flying Fortress (serial number 41-9023) nicknamed "Yankee Doodle", following the raid on...

  32. Roger Freeman Collection FRE 874

    A B-17 Flying Fortress (BX-W, serial number 42-31053) nicknamed "Stingy" of the 338th Bomb Squadron, 96th Bomb Group. Handwritten caption on...

  33. Roger Freeman Collection FRE 873

    Two pathfinder B-17 Flying Fortresses, (MZ-F, serial number 42-97555) and (MZ-T, serial number 42-97627), of the 96th Bomb Group. Printed caption...

  34. Roger Freeman Collection FRE 870

    Personnel of the 96th Bomb Group with a B-17G Flying Fortress. The tail of a B-24 Liberator is visible in the background.

  35. Roger Freeman Collection FRE 871

    An aerial view of a B-17 Flying Fortress of the 96th Bomb Group.

  36. Roger Freeman Collection FRE 872

    B-17 Flying Fortresses, (serial number 42-31718) and (BX-D, serial number 42-31447) nicknamed "Cookie" of the 96th Bomb Group in flight. ...

  37. Roger Freeman Collection FRE 867

    The nose art of B-17 Flying Fortress (serial number 42-30040) nicknamed "Wabbit Twacks III" of the 96th Bomb Group. Official caption printed on...

  38. Roger Freeman Collection FRE 865

    A recreation room of the 96th Bomb Group.

  39. Roger Freeman Collection FRE 869

    A bomber crew of the 96th Bomb Group with their B-17 Flying Fortress (serial number 42-32**). Handwritten caption on reverse: '24/12/44.'

  40. Roger Freeman Collection FRE 866

    Ground personnel of the 96th Bomb Group with a B-17 Flying Fortress (serial number 42-30180) nicknamed "Black Hawk".

  41. Roger Freeman Collection FRE 861

    An engineer of the 96th Bomb Group at work on the engine of a B-17 Flying Fortress. Handwritten caption on reverse: 'Robert J Apperson.'

  42. Roger Freeman Collection FRE 862

    Two ground crewmen of the 96th Bomb Group work on the ball turret of a B-17 Flying Fortress.

  43. Roger Freeman Collection FRE 860

    Personnel of the 96th Bomb Group receive an outdoor briefing in 1944. Image via M.L. Gibson. Official caption printed on image: 'USEC, Russia 1944.'

  44. Roger Freeman Collection FRE 858

    The bomber crew led by Captain Walter E. Flagg of the 96th Bomb Group inspect flak damage on a B-17 Flying Fortress. One of the airmen has an...

  45. Roger Freeman Collection FRE 854

    The nose art of a B-17 Flying Fortress (serial number 42-3265 ) nicknamed "Holy Mackeral!" of the 96th Bomb Group. Official caption printed on...

  46. Roger Freeman Collection FRE 849

    The nose art of a B-17 Flying Fortress (serial number 42-5885) nicknamed "Kipling's Error the III" of the 96th Bomb Group. Official caption printed...

  47. Roger Freeman Collection FRE 853

    An airman of the 96th Bomb Group with a B-17 Flying Fortress (MZ-W, serial number 42-30123) nicknamed "Big Dick". Official caption printed on photo...

  48. Roger Freeman Collection FRE 856

    The station library of the 96th Bomb Group.

  49. Roger Freeman Collection FRE 857

    The bomber crew lead by Captain Walter E. Flagg of the 96th Bomb Group by the tail of their B-17 Flying Fortress (serial number 42-30227) nicknamed...

  50. Roger Freeman Collection FRE 852

    The American Red Cross Aeroclub band of the 96th Bomb Group.