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WWII military aircraft nose art on the B-17 Flying Fortress "Nemesis of Aeroembolism"

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Ground mechanics make a final check-up as ordnance men "fin" 2000 lb. bombs prior to loading into a Boeing B-17 at a base in England.

Three B-17E Flying Fortress bombers in flight, probably flying from Hendricks Filed, Florida, United States, 1941-1942.

Love this damn plane, such a beast! U.S.Air Force C-17

You won't see this anymore on our jets... "it's offensive!" That's the problem, you can't go through life without being offended.

Record day for B-17 production. 16 built in a 24 hour period on April 30, 1944 - Boeing Historical Archives