WWII in color: Rare photos from 1942 show Flying Fortress bombers and their heroic crews in The Mighty 8th Command

WWII in color: Rare photos from 1942 show Flying Fortress bombers and their heroic crews in The Mighty 8th Command

I got this from my friend in England, Paul Ramsey. It has some really neat shots of the B-17 both yesterday and today.

Story by Snejana Farberov

The link is at the bottom as well as being in the title……………………….

Trailblazer: American photographer and journalist Margaret Bourke-White was the country's first accredited female photographer during WWII, and the first authorized to fly on a combat mission
Inspiring trailblazer: American photographer and journalist Margaret Bourke-White was the country’s first accredited female photographer during WWII, and the first authorized to fly on a combat mission
Flying machine: A B-17 bomber makes its way to England to aid the British in World War II circa 1941
Flying machine: A B-17 bomber makes its way to England to aid the British in World War II circa 1941
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