Gotta Rep Memphis 1942 Famous Nose Art - WW2 Boeing B-17F Flying Fortress. She flew 25 combat missions.

Vintage Memphis Nose Art - Pin-Up Girl Metal Sign 12 x 18 Inches

Aircraft Nose Art. TELL YOUR FRIENDS that we’d love to see them at our aviation themed restaurant, The Left Seat West, in Glendale, Arizona!! Check out our décor at: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Left-Seat-West-Restaurant/192309664138462

Aircraft Nose Art was determined acceptable or not-acceptable by the Squadron Commander. Some of them wouldn't allow pin-up girl's or scanty clad female images on their aircraft - so the boys had to settle for less provocative art works.

Different P-40 shark teeth. They shoulda had one with a stogie...

Various Warhawk Nose Art. Aww so awesome Summer picked out a at the airshow.

3Hƒ0® | #Dlikes | B-24 Bomber Planes - Nose Art | "A pilot in the Flying Tigers flew one called ToughTitty "

Consolidated Liberator Aircraft Pinner wrote:My Uncle, a pilot in the Flying Tigers flew one called "Tough Titty" ~ my great uncle was a Flying Tiger too PRT

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Maybe the single most famous plane of World War Two. I've been to it several times when it was on display on Mud Island, Memphis, Tennessee. It has been relocated to the Air Force Museum in Dayton, Ohio.

Memphis Belle WW II Aircraft Nose Art by Tony Starcer from an original design by George Petty

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