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  1. Roger Freeman Collection FRE 5487

    A line-up of P-51 Mustang aircraft of the 55th Fighter Group. Printed on slide"270297 J2H31457 15"

  2. Roger Freeman Collection FRE 6223

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

  3. Roger Freeman Collection FRE 6226

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

  4. Roger Freeman Collection FRE 6225

    The nose art of a B-17 Flying Fortress (FR-G, serial number 42-107146) nicknamed "Mairzy Doats" of the 379th Bomb Group, March 1944. Image via...

  5. Roger Freeman Collection FRE 5488

    A P-51 Mustang of the 55th Fighter Group in flight Printed on slide"12 02/97"

  6. Roger Freeman Collection FRE 5879

    Airmen of the 96th Bomb Group outside a Nissen hut.

  7. Roger Freeman Collection FRE 5871

    The nose art of a B-17 Flying Fortress (serial number 42-97696) nicknamed "Terrible Termite" of the 96th Bomb Group. Written on slide casing: ...

  8. Roger Freeman Collection FRE 6222

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

  9. Roger Freeman Collection FRE 6224

    A B-17 Flying Fortress of the 379th Bomb Group in flight 16 March 1944. Image via Edmund H Lutz, 379th Bomb Group. Written on slide casing: 'Left...

  10. Roger Freeman Collection FRE 5878

    An airman of the 96th Bomb Group outside Nissen huts.

  11. Roger Freeman Collection FRE 6229

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

  12. Roger Freeman Collection FRE 5483

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

  13. Roger Freeman Collection FRE 5484

    A B-24 Liberator of the 44th Bomb Group leave contrails over Germany. Written on slide casing: 'Contrials over Germany.'

  14. Roger Freeman Collection FRE 5880

    An airman and "Lady Moe" a donkey mascot of the 96th Bomb Group outside Nissen hut barracks at Snetterton Heath. Associated caption: 'Lady Moe was...

  15. Roger Freeman Collection FRE 6227

    Ground personnel of the 379th Bomb Group work on a B-17 Flying Fortress (FR-H, serial number 42-38111) nicknamed "Mairzy Doats", April 1944. Image...

  16. Roger Freeman Collection FRE 6230

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

  17. Roger Freeman Collection FRE 5760

    A B-17 Flying Fortress (PY-O, serial number 41-9022) nicknamed "Alabama Exterminator" of the 92nd Bomb Group at Mount Farm. Image by Robert...

  18. Roger Freeman Collection FRE 5481

    A B-24 Liberator (WQ-Z) of the 44th Bomb Group lands at base.

  19. Roger Freeman Collection FRE 5482

    The operations office of the 68th Bomb Squadron, 44th Bomb Group. Image via R Seaver. Written on slide casing: '68th Operations.'

  20. Roger Freeman Collection FRE 5758

    B-17 Flying Fortresses of the 92nd Bomb Groul lined up at Podington. Image via William E "Doc" Furniss, 92nd Bomb Group. Written on slide casing: ...

  21. Roger Freeman Collection FRE 5757

    A B-17 Flying Fortress (UX-U, serial number 43-38069) fitted with Disney Bombs takes off from Podington. Image via William E "Doc" Furniss, 92nd...

  22. Roger Freeman Collection FRE 5756

    An airman of the 92nd Bomb Group wearing an A-2 Flying Jacket. Image via William E "Doc" Furniss, 92nd Bomb Group.

  23. Roger Freeman Collection FRE 5759

    A B-17 Flying Fortress (UX-U, serial number 43-38069) fitted with Disney Bombs takes off from Podington. Image via William E "Doc" Furniss, 92nd...

  24. Roger Freeman Collection FRE 5479

    A B-24 Liberator (WQ-V, serial number 42-50427) nicknamed "Puritanical Witch" of the 44th Bomb Group that crashed on take off at Shipdham 22 March...

  25. Roger Freeman Collection FRE 5478

    A farmer at work with a traction engine, photographed by an airman of the 44th Bomb Group. Image via R Seaver. Written on slide casing: 'Limey...

  26. Roger Freeman Collection FRE 5480

    A B-24 Liberator (WQ-V, serial number 42-50427) nicknamed "Puritanical Witch" of the 44th Bomb Group that crashed on take off at Shipdham 22 March...

  27. Roger Freeman Collection FRE 5752

    A B-17 Flying Fortress (NV-A, serial number 42-97141) of the 92nd Bomb Group. Image via William E "Doc" Furniss, 92nd Bomb Group. Written on slide...

  28. Roger Freeman Collection FRE 5755

    A B-17 Flying Fortress of the 92nd Bomb Group in flight. Image via William E "Doc" Furniss, 92nd Bomb Group.

  29. Roger Freeman Collection FRE 5754

    A B-17 Flying Fortress of the 92nd Bomb Group in flight. Image via William E "Doc" Furniss, 92nd Bomb Group.

  30. Roger Freeman Collection FRE 5477

    The flight control vehicle of the 44th Bomb Group. Image via R Seaver. Written on slide casing: '44th "Caravan".'

  31. Roger Freeman Collection FRE 5476

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

  32. Roger Freeman Collection FRE 5882

    A snowy tree near Snetterton Heath, home of the 96th Bomb Group.

  33. Roger Freeman Collection FRE 5881

    The wreck of a B-17 Flying Fortress of the 96th Bomb Group that crash landed on rail tracks at Snetterton Heath.

  34. Roger Freeman Collection FRE 6234

    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: ...

  35. 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...

  36. Roger Freeman Collection FRE 5890

    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.

  37. 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: ...

  38. 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...

  39. 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...

  40. 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...

  41. 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.

  42. 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...

  43. 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,...

  44. 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....

  45. 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...

  46. 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....

  47. 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.'

  48. 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.

  49. 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.'

  50. 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...