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Lt. David Hailey (338th FS) shooting down an Me-109 on 7th July 1944

(Charles Hailey)

Gun camera film showing a Luftwaffe Mistletoe caught by Lt. Bernard Howes (343rd FS) on 3rd February 1945.

Gun camera film showing two Luftwaffe Mistletoes caught by the 55th FG on 3rd February 1945.

A 55th Fighter Group pilot's strafing attack on a Luftwaffe HE-177.

(H.L. Hoffman via Robert M. Littlefield)

A Flak Tower under attack from a 55th FG Pilot (R. Littlefield)

Photo 1 of 2, of a train caught by 55th pilot in a marshalling yard

(H.L. Hoffman via Robert M. Littlefield)

Photo 2 of 2, of a train caught by 55th pilot in a marshalling yard

(H.L. Hoffman via Robert M. Littlefield)

Remarkable photo of debris from explosion which nearly catches the strafing plane

(H.L. Hoffman via Robert M. Littlefield)

Lt. Billy Clemmons attacking an Arado 96 advanced trainer on 03rd Jan '45.

(N. Howland)

Lt. John Cunnick's (38th FS) Me-262 claim.

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(55th FG via F. Birtciel)

Lt. John Cunnick's (38th FS) Me-262 claim.

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(55th FG via F. Birtciel)

Lt. John Cunnick's (38th FS) Me-262 claim.

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(55th FG via F. Birtciel)

Lt. John Cunnick's (38th FS) Me-262 claim.

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(55th FG via F. Birtciel)

Lt. John Cunnick's (38th FS) Me-262 claim.

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(55th FG via F. Birtciel)

Lt. Walter Konantz (338th FS) attacking an Me-109

(55th FG via F. Birtciel)

Lt. Walter Konantz (338th FS) attacking a train & getting a surprise!

(55th FG via F. Birtciel)

Maj. Ed Giller (343rd FS) attacking marshalling yards. Note the water tower gushing water.

(55th FG via F. Birtciel)