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On the Ground

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[Photo] The Three Cornered Kid.
The "Three-Cornered Kid."

[Photo] From the collection of A.B. Robertson III. "End of the line" The crash of Capt. Arthur B. Robertson, Jr.'s 776th plane - the "Three Cornered Kid" (42-52453; Red L) after a 26 June 1944 mission to the Florisdorf oil refinery in Vienna, Austria.
The crash of the 776th's "Three Cornered Kid"
(42-52453; Red L).

[Photo] From the collection of A.B. Robertson III. The crash of the 776th's "Three Cornered Kid" (42-52453; Red L) from another angle.
The crash of the "Three Cornered Kid"
from another angle.

[Photo] From the collection of A.B. Robertson III. The cause of the "Three Cornered Kid's" (42-52453; Red L) crash.
The cause of the "Three Cornered Kid's" crash.

[Photo] The Red J, home after 2 Dec. 1944 mission to Blechhammer, Germany. From the collection of William Puhr, 15th AF.
The Red J, home after 2 Dec. 1944 mission to Blechhammer, Germany.

[Photo] The Red J before the 2 Dec 1944 mission? From the collection of William Puhr, 15th AF.
The Red J before the 2 Dec 1944 mission?

[Photo] August 1944 - a 464th B-24 comes in for a landing at Pantanella.
August 1944 - a 464th B-24 comes in for a landing at Pantanella. (Close-up)
[Photo] 15 August 1944 - a B-24 crashed on take-off at Pantanella. From the Arthur Myers (450th BG) collection.
15 August 1944 - a B-24 crashed on take-off at Pantanella.
[Photo] Parking strip after B-24 crashed and exploded. Aug. 1944. From the Arthur Myers (450th BG) collection.
Parking strip after B-24 crashed and exploded. Aug. 1944.
[Photo] Hardstand 14 at Pantanella - possibly the 465th's. From the collection of William Puhr, 15th AF.
Hardstand 14 at Pantanella - possibly the 465th's.

[Photo] One of ours on the runway. From the Arthur Myers (450th BG) collection.
A 464th bomber on the runway.

   


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