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Friday Briefing

April 21, 2017 in Photo Collections

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17 responses to Friday Briefing

  1. Always look forward to these. Thanks for posting these.

  2. This is another awesome group of photos. Thanks!

  3. A great selection as usual!! Thanks.

  4. The photo of a Japanese looking out the waist window with the microphone is a POW who volunteered to show the Marine bombing outfit(PBJs) where his former associates are, in the Phillipines. I always wondered how come, probably got a bad evaluation from his supervisor.

  5. Great stuff as usual, Rob (never seen an A-10 in that camo before – interesting)….and is that a Vigilante they were trying to put up on a pole?

  6. Luv these photos. Great view of prop wear patterns on the 214 F4U Corsair. No big chucks missing. The aft side will have even more paint sand blasted off near the tips.

  7. Great as usual, the last photo…What the heck is that?

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  8. Would love to see the bomb photo #30 finished by including the Tall Boy, Grand Slam and the 43,000 pounder the USAF used to carry in the B-36 (even though they didn’t exist at the time the photo was taken.) Quite an array of sizes! I like the Ukranian soldiers with the yellow and blue band in their hair matching their flag. I wonder in the colors are regulation or if they just do it?

  9. Hi Rob,
    This was again a great selection of pics. Keep them coming Rob!
    Regards, Dirk / The Netherlands.

  10. Some really nice pictures, always enjoy that!

  11. Another great selection Rob.

  12. Great set again. The opening photo is probably truer now than ever with so few left

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