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2008-04-28 07:53:50
I believe it was also called the "Baltimore Whore", its wings were so short it had no visible means of support
2008-04-28 07:12:38
The Death of the Ball Turret Gunner by Randall Jarrell From my mother's sleep I fell into the State, And I hunched in its belly till my wet fur froze. Six miles from earth, loosed from the dream of life, I woke to black flak and the nightmare fighters. When I died they washed me out of the turret with a hose.
2008-04-27 11:30:58
That's a great shot, Sutra! Thanks for posting. Got any like that of the DeHavilland Mosquito?
2008-04-27 03:31:21
Read "The Death of the Ball Turret Gunner" by Randall's a'll have an effect on you if you have a mind and a heart...
2008-04-27 02:05:51
The nosegunner position had to be the worst position to be in
2008-04-26 23:29:41
Great b-26 shot, thx sutra!
2008-04-26 02:41:00
the dude in the nose gun is toking a reefer!
2008-04-26 01:54:19
Looks photoshoped?
2008-04-26 01:49:50
it looks like one of them is hiding to smoke.. a cigarette I presume? :)
2008-04-26 01:28:42
The Martin B-26 Marauder was an American World War II twin-engine medium bomber built by the Glenn L. Martin Company. The first medium bomber in the Pacific theater and Aleutian Islands in early 1942, it was also used in the Mediterranean Theater of Operations and the European Theater of Operations. The plane distinguished itself as "the chief bombardment weapon on the Western Front" according to an U.S. Army Air Forces dispatch from 1946, and later variants maintained the lowest loss record of any combat aircraft during World War II. Its late-war loss record stands in sharp contrast to its unofficial nickname "The Widowmaker" — earned due to early models' high rate of accidents during takeoff. A total of 5,288 were produced between February 1941 and March 1945; 522 of these were flown by the Royal Air Force and the South African Air Force.