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A/C 43-38528
Aircraft 43-38528, That's My Baby, showing off her nose end and signature name.
That's My Baby on the hardstand at Glatton.
Looks like members of the ground crew posing under the nose of 43-38528, That's My Baby.
An unknown officer posing under the nose of That's My Baby.
Aircraft 43-38528, That's My Baby, survived the war and returned to the USA.
A/C 43-38534
Aircraft 43-48534, Wolf Pack, on the hardstand. This is the only photo we have of this aircraft. It survived the war and returned to the USA.
A/C 43-38540
Aircraft 43-38549, Murderous Witch (later known as Mysterious Witch), on the hardstand at Glatton.
Another view of Mysterious Witch (note that the "Murderous" word was painted over and replaced with "Mysterious".
Another view of Mysterious Witch.
Aircraft 43-38540, in flight over a layer of clouds.
Aircraft 43-38540, Mysterious Witch, in flight formation with another aircraft.
A/C 43-38582
Aircraft 43-38582, Fledia Fay, in group formation on a mission to Chemnitz, on Mar 3rd, 1945. This aircraft survived the war and returned to the USA.
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