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WWII England Flying Fortress Hells Angels

It is usually the famous who do the autographing, but GI's swarm all over Hells Angels at a U.S. airdrome in England on Feb. 3, 1944, to put their names on the Flying Fortress before its take-off for the United States and a tour of aircraft assembly and other war plants. Hells Angels, one of the most famous Fortresses in the U.S. Army 8th Air Force, has made 49 raids, dropping more than a quarter of a million pounds of bombs on enemy territory and fighting through many battles with Nazi planes. (AP Photo)

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February 03, 1944 12:00:00 AM
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