Taken by my Great Uncle during World War Two. This was taken from a gunners position on top of the aircraft. This photo was taken after a flack attack from German ground troops. I have come to find out that there are not many photos left of this squadron and that not many were taken. Sadly my Great Uncle has passed away and his wife and his brother gave me permission to share this photo.. Copy Right FWulff
The greatest, selfless men and woman for all time
Our Greatest generation!
Looks like there going to drop some eggs
An amazing photo, especially as the camera would not have had a zoom lens.
Fantastic picture and too think these men all volunteered for the Army Air Corps. We will ever be grateful for their service.
Such a fascinating photo your great uncle took
Greatest generation of all time!! Thanks to your great uncle for his service!! Thanks for sharing this amazing photograph with us.
My Great Grandpa was a Tail gunner on a B-17. he got shot down over Bordeaux, France and lived in a barn until he was rescued. he was par of the 534th bombardment squadron.
The Bloody 100th!
Hello. Do you mind if I share this picture with another group? I will immediately take it down if you want. Thanks.
Very Cool! God Bless Our Troops!
God bless those guys. Each and every one. They and countless more are the reason we are here safe and free
Very cool. Lovely capture by your Great Uncle
Abandon the craft via the open bomb doors?! Hope they survived. Bless 'em all and the free world.
Please log in or register to post a comment.