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Nose Art WWII

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Nose art of Boeing B-17G-30-BO "NIne-O-Nine" 91st Bomb Group USAAF. Serial #42-31909. In service December 15, 1943 - December 7, 1945.  Total Hours: 1129. Scrapped at Kingman, AZ

Nose art of Boeing B-17G-30-BO "NIne-O-Nine" 91st Bomb Group USAAF. Serial #42-31909. In service December 15, 1943 - December 7, 1945. Total Hours: 1129. Scrapped at Kingman, AZ

World War II nose art painted by my grandfather. When the plane was sold for scrap in the 1970s the nose art was saved and is currently on display at the Mighty Eighth Air Force Museum in Pooler, GA.

World War II nose art painted by my grandfather. When the plane was sold for scrap in the the nose art was saved and is currently on display at the Mighty Eighth Air Force Museum in Pooler, GA.

World War II in Pictures: World

The golden age of "Nose Art" came during World War II. Reaching back to World War I, the Italians had been the first to embellish their planes with a personal paint scheme that identified the aircraft and its crew

B-24 Liberator piloted by Colonel Babb of Dalton, Georgia, during the disastrous 1943 "Operation Tidelwave" in Europe.

Liberator " Bottoms up " piloted by Colonel Babb of Dalton, Georgia, during the disastrous 1943 "Operation Tidelwave" in Europe.

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