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  1. Bottisham Airfield Museum UPL 18675

    Sgt. Joe Farrell, Armorer of the 375th Fighter Squadron, in cockpit of P-51 Mustang. Little Walden, Essex 1944-1945....

  2. Bottisham Airfield Museum UPL 17946

    Major Roy B. Caviness, Commander of the 376th Fighter Squadron. Bottisham, Cambridgeshire, possibly March 1944. Museum object reference no. BAM_0085

  3. Bottisham Airfield Museum UPL 18412

    Roy B. Caviness, 376th Fighter Squadron Commanding Officer, with his P-47 Thunderbolt E9-C serial no. 42-22784 nicknamed 'Goona'. Feb. 1944,...

  4. Bottisham Airfield Museum UPL 18474

    'Salute the Soldier'; S/Sgt. Robert 'Bob' Long, 376th Fighter Squadron, London. Early 1944. Museum object reference no. BAM_0434

  5. Bottisham Airfield Museum UPL 17898

    Small arms fire practice on a range, United States, summer 1943....

  6. Bottisham Airfield Museum UPL 18601

    Memorial Day at Madingley American Cemetery, Cambridge. George R. Vanden Heuvel (left) and Terrie Betson (right) laying a wreath for the 361st...

  7. Bottisham Airfield Museum UPL 18345

    375th Fighter Squadron, 361st Fighter Group. Bottisham, mid-July 1944. ...

  8. Bottisham Airfield Museum UPL 18142

    Temporary barrack huts at Bottisham Hall Park; 376th Fighter Squadron, 361st Fighter Group. Museum object reference no. BAM_0205

  9. Bottisham Airfield Museum UPL 18502

    B-17 Flying Fortress serial no. 42-31242 nicknamed 'Patty Jo' of the 563rd Bomb Squadron, 388th Bomb Group. The 361st Fighter Group aquired 'Patty...

  10. Bottisham Airfield Museum UPL 18413

    Lt. Billy D. Welch and his crew; 376th Fighter Squadron P-51B Mustang E9-Z serial no. 43-24799 nicknamed 'My Buddy'. Aug. 1944, Bottisham,...

  11. Bottisham Airfield Museum UPL 18388

    375th Fighter Squadron P-51 Mustang E2-I serial no. 44-14556 nicknamed 'Libby/ Sweet Flo' of Lt. John E Havey. Little Walden, Essex....

  12. Bottisham Airfield Museum UPL 18052

    376th Fighter Squadron, 361st Fight Group, in the foreground; three US Navy men standing at the back. United States, 1943....

  13. Bottisham Airfield Museum UPL 17925

    One of a series of photographs taken of the bivouac, Richmond, Virginia, Oct. 1943. 376th Fighter Squadron. Lt Donald T. Woodward (right)....

  14. Bottisham Airfield Museum UPL 17889

    376th Fighter Squadron Pilots' Room. Card game with Maj. Roy B. Caviness Sqdn Commander (standing at the back). The game included Lt. Estel C....

  15. Bottisham Airfield Museum UPL 17876

    Bottisham, Cambridgeshire, early 1944. 376th Fighter Squadron Pilots' Room. Briefing from Squadron Commander Roy B. Caviness....

  16. Bottisham Airfield Museum UPL 17871

    Map Room at Group Intelligence, Bottisham, Cambridgeshire. June 1944. Major Wallace E. Hopkins (left), Group Executive Lt. Col. Joseph J. Kruzel ...

  17. Bottisham Airfield Museum UPL 18631

    374th Fighter Squadron P-51 Mustang B7-S serial no. 44-13626, possibly of Major Robert Sedman; late 1944/ early '45....

  18. Bottisham Airfield Museum UPL 18123

    376th Fighter Squadron Pilots' Room. Little Walden, Essex. Station F165. The Roll of Honor; also contains the members in photographic form of A, B,...

  19. Bottisham Airfield Museum UPL 18390

    376th Fighter Squadron, 361st Fighter Group in the Pilots' Room, Little Walden. Nov. 1944. Left to right from rear: William Butler, Allen Chalmers,...

  20. Bottisham Airfield Museum UPL 18382

    Lt. Robert J. Farney's P-51 Mustang E2-V serial no. 44-14827 nicknamed 'Waverley Democrat/ Crogan Cruiser' taxiing out for an escort mission....

  21. Bottisham Airfield Museum UPL 18456

    P-51 Mustang E9-B serial no. 42-106688 nicknamed 'Clara Ann' of Capt. Hugh D. Chapman. Piloted by Lt. Norman L. Smith, the plane belly-landed on...

  22. Bottisham Airfield Museum UPL 18635

    374th Fighter Squadron area, Chièvres Airbase, Belgium. Feb. - March 1945. Museum object reference no. BAM_0550

  23. Bottisham Airfield Museum UPL 18344

    S/Sgt. Arthur F Trilli, crew chief of P-51 Mustang B7-M serial no. 42-106820, doing an engine run. Personal aircraft of Capt. Edward Murdy, 374th...

  24. Bottisham Airfield Museum UPL 18395

    Preparations for D-Day at Bottisham, 6th June 1944. Lt. May, Lt. Stewart, Capt. Frank, Lt. Wright and Lt. Alcorn of the 376th Fighter Squadron...

  25. Bottisham Airfield Museum UPL 18347

    P-47 Thunderbolt E2-I nicknamed 'High Sierra' of Lt. Dean R. Morehouse; crew chief sits in the cockpit. Bottisham, Cambridgeshire....

  26. Bottisham Airfield Museum UPL 18397

    Capt. Donald T. Woodward of the 376th Fighter Squadron, 361st Fighter Group. Museum object reference no. BAM_0360

  27. Bottisham Airfield Museum UPL 18396

    Major James B. Cheney of the 376th Fighter Squadron, 361st Fighter Group, in the cockpit of a P-47 Thunderbolt. Museum object reference no. BAM_0359

  28. Bottisham Airfield Museum UPL 18439

    Lt. Francis R. Davison and Lt. David P. Overholt, 376th Fighter Squadron, 361st Fighter Group. Chièvres, Belgium. Museum object reference no. BAM_0392

  29. Bottisham Airfield Museum UPL 18435

    Lt. Harold D. Mitchell, 376th Fighter Squadron, 361st Fighter Group. Museum object reference no. BAM_0389

  30. Bottisham Airfield Museum UPL 18440

    Lt. Donald F. Vulgamore, a replacement pilot with the 376th Fighter Squadron around Sept./ Oct. 1944, sitting in his P-51D Mustang E9-V serial no....

  31. Bottisham Airfield Museum UPL 18450

    Lt. Woodrow W. Glover, 376th Fighter Squadron, shot down and killed on 17th Sept. 1944. Museum object reference no. BAM_0403

  32. Bottisham Airfield Museum UPL 18441

    Claire P. Chennault, a replacement pilot with the 376th Fighter Squadron around Sept./ Oct. 1944. Museum object reference no. BAM_0394

  33. Bottisham Airfield Museum UPL 18442

    Victor E. Bocquin, an early replacement pilot with the 376th Fighter Squadron, sitting in his P-47 Thunderbolt at Bottisham. Bocquin became flight...

  34. Bottisham Airfield Museum UPL 18443

    Lt. John B. Bricker, a replacement pilot with the 376th Fighter Squadron in the summer/ early autumn of 1944. Bricker flew P-51 Mustang E9-B serial...

  35. Bottisham Airfield Museum UPL 18444

    Capt. William R. Beyer, the second highest scoring ace of the 361st Fighter Group. Beyer claimed five enemy planes destroyed on the Kassel Mission,...

  36. Bottisham Airfield Museum UPL 18445

    Homer G. Powell, a replacement pilot with the 376th Fighter Squadron. Powell claimed three enemy planes destroyed on the Kassel Mission, 27th Sept....

  37. Bottisham Airfield Museum UPL 18446

    Van C. Eisenhut, a replacement pilot with the 376th Fighter Squadron in Aug./ Sept. 1944. Museum object reference no. BAM_0400

  38. Bottisham Airfield Museum UPL 18465

    Camp Springs, Maryland. Left to right: Cpl. Robert Long, S/Sgt. Abrams and Lt. Roswell Freedman. Relates to image no. BAM_0101....

  39. Bottisham Airfield Museum UPL 18490

    376th Fighter Squadron, 361st Fighter Group. Left to right from rear: Lt. Norman L. Smith, Lt. Donald F. Vulgamore, Capt. Clarence E. Sullivan,...

  40. Bottisham Airfield Museum UPL 18491

    2nd Lt. Eugene L. Czapla, 376th Fighter Squadron, 361st Fighter Group. Little Walden, Essex, autumn 1944. Museum object reference no. BAM_0446

  41. Bottisham Airfield Museum UPL 18497

    376th Fighter Squadron Pilots' Room. Lt. William R. Young (second left), Major John Ellis, Group Intelligence Officer (second right), Capt. Walter...

  42. Bottisham Airfield Museum UPL 18665

    P-51 Mustang E2-O nicknamed 'Second Love/ Virginia' of Lt. Edwin E. Tinkham Jr. Chièvres Airbase, Belgium. Museum object reference no. BAM_0574

  43. Bottisham Airfield Museum UPL 18499

    Lt. Robert R. Volkman with a motocycle left behind at Chièvres Airbase, Belgium by the Germans. On the left is crew chief S/Sgt. Vern Jlsefick. In...

  44. Bottisham Airfield Museum UPL 18513

    Lt. Donald F. Vulgamore (left) with his P-51 Mustang E9-V serial no. 44-14809 nicknamed 'Jasper Joker II'; crew chief S/Sgt.Stanley Ziolkowski ...

  45. Bottisham Airfield Museum UPL 18511

    Lt. Henry G. Castle, a replacement pilot with the 376th Fighter Squadron. A 56th Fighter Group Pilot originally at Boxted, Essex, he was...

  46. Bottisham Airfield Museum UPL 18411

    376th Fighter Squadron Pilots' returning to their squadron building from their last missions on D-Day. This group was photographed as they arrived...

  47. Bottisham Airfield Museum UPL 18676

    Caption on reverse of image: 'Me and 9 buddies at Bottisham England early 1944'. 375th Fighter Squadron, 361st Fighter Group....

  48. Bottisham Airfield Museum UPL 18672

    D-Day - 6th June, 1944. Major Joseph J. Kruzel, deputy Commanding Officer of the 361st Fighter Group. Briefing Room, Bottisham....

  49. Bottisham Airfield Museum UPL 18673

    D-Day - 6th June, 1944. Wallace B. Frank, Lt. Col. Wallace E. Hopkins, Major George R. Rew, Capt. George Lichter, Lt. Col. Roy Webb, Lt. Edward...

  50. Bottisham Airfield Museum UPL 18680

    P-47 Thunderbolt nicknamed 'Margie' flown by Lt. George Wagner. Bottisham, early 1944. Museum object reference no. BAM_0587