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|3 September 1944 |
Over 300 B-17's bomb Ludwigshafen/Opau synthetic oil plant. 5 escorting P-51 claim 7 combat victories.
|This is a shot of a B1-B bomber at Andersen Airbase, wings out, sitting on the taxiway.||08/01/2006||702|
|RAF Burn became a bomber base within No. 4 Group, Bomber Command. Construction began in late 1941 and despite topographical limitations , the three runways were laid. The main strip was 5,700 feet (1737 mtrs) in length, running almost due north/south and the two intersecting runways being 4,620 feet (1400 mtrs) and 4,290 feet (1300 mtrs) respectively and the perimiter track had 36 heavy bomber ...||11/25/2008||306|
|Lancaster bomber over Wizernes V-weapons site during the daylight raid of 20 July 1944.||07/21/2009||1,185|
|And C-47 sitting in the grass at Minot International Airport. Biscuit Bomber is the nickname given to the Douglas DC3.||03/21/2006||696|
|A Soviet nuclear bomber base covered by the START treaties.|
Long range bombers were based here during the cold war.
|A broken and jumbled Canberra Bomber at Barkston Heath, England.||09/15/2007||4,409|
|Another grounded Vulcan Bomber in Wellesbourne Warwickshire||06/06/2008||839|
|It a Russian Backfire bomber parked at a Airport near Moscow||08/01/2005||1,013|
|Orlando International Aurport used to be McCoy AFB, and thus...here lies a B-52 Bomber.||09/09/2006||1,095|
|You can see a tanker ship on the rhine between Mannheim and Ludwigshafen. ||06/24/2007||555|
|hi res image of a Vulcan Bomber. theres other aircraft close by.||01/12/2008||559|