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P-47 Thunderbolt aircraft of the 78th Fighter Group at Duxford. ©IWM (FRE 5604)

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Lucille Parker, Red Cross Aeroclub in a B-17 Flying Fortress of the 303rd Bomb Group. ©IWM (FRE 9765)

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Allen H Bryson, Sol Greenberg and  Albert J Gehrt of the 453rd Bomb Group in their underwear after a mission. ©IWM (FRE 1868)

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Lieutenant Edwin "Lucky" Wright with the flak damaged engine of his P-47 Thunderbolt (serial number 42-28794). ©IWM (FRE 9553)

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Visitor looking at aircraft in AAM ©IWM

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