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  1. 398th Bomb Group Collection via Nuthampstead Airfield Museum UPL 39217

    A ground crewman of the 398th Bomb Group with a B-17 Flying Fortress nicknamed "Stinker Jr"

  2. 398th Bomb Group Collection via Nuthampstead Airfield Museum UPL 39881

    Mosquito plane, visible markings 'EG'. A/C looks to be EG-X and serial NS840 of 487 Sqn RNZAF.

  3. 398th Bomb Group Collection via Nuthampstead Airfield Museum UPL 39900

    A-20 Havoc of the 92nd Bomb Group, 325th Bomb Squadron at Nuthampstead.

  4. 398th Bomb Group Collection via Nuthampstead Airfield Museum UPL 39899

    B-17 assigned to the 602nd Squadron. (K8-M).

  5. 398th Bomb Group Collection via Nuthampstead Airfield Museum UPL 39898

    Unidentified woman from the American Red Cross.

  6. 398th Bomb Group Collection via Nuthampstead Airfield Museum UPL 39897

    Officers' Party at Nuthampstead attended by visiting Englishman and guests.

  7. 398th Bomb Group Collection via Nuthampstead Airfield Museum UPL 39896

    Unidentified grounded plane with nose damage.

  8. 398th Bomb Group Collection via Nuthampstead Airfield Museum UPL 39894

    Unidentified woman from the American Red Cross.

  9. 398th Bomb Group Collection via Nuthampstead Airfield Museum UPL 39887

    398th Group Baseball Team. Centre (in uniform) Lt. Col. Simeral, on his left is Capt. Arthur Kenney.

  10. 398th Bomb Group Collection via Nuthampstead Airfield Museum UPL 39885

    On the afternoon of Saturday 31st March 1945 this plane, 43-39137, was rocketed out of the field at Langley. This photo shows the two metal tracks...

  11. 398th Bomb Group Collection via Nuthampstead Airfield Museum UPL 39879

    Unidentified woman with an 'American Red Cross Aero Club' sign in the background.

  12. 398th Bomb Group Collection via Nuthampstead Airfield Museum UPL 39874

    Three locals from Royston. L-R: ?, ?, Frank Brown.

  13. 398th Bomb Group Collection via Nuthampstead Airfield Museum UPL 39873

    Gathering in a hanger for a special occasion.

  14. 398th Bomb Group Collection via Nuthampstead Airfield Museum UPL 39872

    Ground Crew working, possibly on the aircraft's antenna.

  15. 398th Bomb Group Collection via Nuthampstead Airfield Museum UPL 39870

    Dodge ambulance. The majority of these had been replaced by British-made ambulances by 1944.

  16. 398th Bomb Group Collection via Nuthampstead Airfield Museum UPL 39864

    Military vehicle accident and recovery vehicle.(25/9/44).

  17. 398th Bomb Group Collection via Nuthampstead Airfield Museum UPL 39858

    Dance. S/Sgt. David Flores, Waist Gunner (of 600th Sqn.) can be seen facing the camera (L), as he dances with an unidentified woman.