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303rd Bomb Wing ready to fly - RAF Molesworth, England -  WW2

JUL 24 1944 US bombers prepare the ground for Operation Cobra RAF Molesworth (USAAF Station Cambridgeshire, was the home of the BG from late 1942 until after VE Day in May

Crews examine flak damage to B-17G Fortress at RAF Bassingbourn, Cambridgeshire, England, UK. Damage sustained on mission to Munich, Germany, Jul 6 1944. Note "Mickey" pathfinder radar dome in place of ball turret. United States National Archives via D. Sheley ~

November 44 Rackheath This lead ship of the BG was hit by German flak leaving a gaping hole in the fuselage. Despite the extensive damage the aircraft returned to land at Rackheath safely. Unknown if there were casualties among the BG crew.

Tu-134Sh "Marina Raskova" Free Airplane Paper Model Download

This airplane paper model is the "Marina Raskova", a variant of the Tupolev (NATO reporting name: Crusty), which is a twin-engined airliner

AMSTERDAM JUNE 1989 INTERFLUG TUPOLEV TU134 DDR-SDE | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

AMSTERDAM JUNE 1989 INTERFLUG TUPOLEV TU134 DDR-SDE | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

DDR Flughafen Berlin-Schönefeld (SXF) mit TU-134

Berlin-Schoenefeld in den