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Rear gunner Sgt George Allen completes his artwork on Lancaster B Mk II “EQ-Z," of 408 Squadron. The "Zombie" was lost without trace on the Hamburg raid of 28 July

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Liberator nose art Patched Up Piece Combat Mapping Squadron, Photographic Reconnaissance Group

B-24 Liberator 42-64448, 450th BG, 721st BS, "Bottoms Up" - disappeared into clouds whilst en-route to bomb marshalling yards in Austria and was never seen again.

Liberator BG, BS, "Bottoms Up" - disappeared into clouds whilst en-route to bomb marshalling yards in Austria and was never seen again.

Northrop P-61 Black Widow "Sleepy Time Gal" of the 6th Night Fighter Squadron based on Saipan in 1944.

Northrop Black Widow "Sleepy Time Gal" of the Night Fighter Squadron based on Saipan in

6-43 South Pacific--l'esprit swing's

June 1943 – Crew gazing up at American bomber “Mission Belle” decorated with a scantily clad pinup girl mascot, somewhere in the South Pacific.

B-24 Liberator "Bathless" of the 392nd Bombardment Squadron, 30th Bombardment Group. (U.S. Air Force Photo)

Liberator "Bathless" of the Bombardment Squadron, Bombardment Group.

Early Flying Tiger Logo - Insignia of China Air Task Force is the flying tiger of Chennault's earlier A.V.G. units, with addition of Uncle Sam's hat to show it is now part of U.S. Army Air Force.

Early Flying Tiger Logo - Insignia of China Air Task Force is the flying tiger of Chennault's earlier A.

All Alone-And Lonely

Pilots and crews decorated their planes with colorful art work during World War II. Here’s a collection of 50 vintage images of wonderful military aircraft nose art during wartime.

Sack Time Sal II, WWII era, from Hawaii.gov WWII aircraft gallery

Sack Time Sal II, WWII era, from Hawaii.gov WWII aircraft gallery

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