Activities in Florennes, Belgium in the European Theater Of Operations (ETO). U.S. aircraft P-38 Lightning in flight. Fighter aircraft P-47 Thunderbolt in flight. Fighter aircraft P-47 Thunderbolt in flight. P-38 Lightning taxiing on perimeter at Florennes, Belgium. P-47 Thunderbolt in flight. P-47D Thunderbolt with bubble canopy warming up and taxiing. P-47 Thunderbolt in flight. P-47D Thunderbolt and P-47 Thunderbolt taxiing. P-47D Thunderbolt in flight.
Various United States fighter and bomber aircraft at an airfield in Belgium. [Slate states airfield # 78, which would be Florennes/Juzaine Airfield, Belgium. But it may actually be Le Culot Airfield (A-89) where P-47s of the 36th and 373rd Fighter Groups were based.] A large number of P-47 Thunderbolt fighter planes parked on a flight line. A B-17G Flying Fortress bomber parked in background. P-47s with bubble canopies taxi in single file from the flight line along a curved taxi strip.
U.S. bombers and fighters on an airfield in Belgium. An A-26 Invader bomber aircraft approaches for landing. P-38 Lightning fighter aircraft in flight. P-47 Thunderbolt fighter aircraft land. P-47s on a landing roll. One P-38 lands. P-47 makes a landing on the airstrip. (Note: P-47s are from 365th Fighter Group, 387th Fighter Squadron, and airfield is possibly Florennes/Juzaine (A-78) Belgium.)
U.S. .Army Air Corps (USAAC) fighter planes operating at Florennes/Juzaine airfield (A-78), Belgium, near the end of World War 2, in Europe. P-61A serial 42-5575 "No Love, No Nothing II" of the 422nd Night fighter Squadron, holding short of the active runway, as several P-47s, of the 365th Fighter Group, land. The P61 takes the active and departs. A P-38 Lightning fighter taking off. It has red diamond on outer sides of its tails identifying it as from the 429th Fighter Squadron, 474th Fighter Group. An olive drab P-47 , without markings, parked across from a junkyard of airplane parts. An airman rummaging through the parts. Army vehicles and ground crews amongst several parked P-47 thunderbolt fighter aircraft.
A squadron of P-47 aircraft from the U.S. Army Air Corps (USAAC) 365th Fighter Group, landing at Florennes airfield (A-78) in Belgium near the end of World War 2, in Europe. P-47s overhead in formation. P-38 aircraft of the 474th Fighter Group taking off from the airfield.
Activities in Florennes, Belgium in the European Theater Of Operations (ETO). Damaged two-story building near the Rhine River. Remagen Bridge in view. A railroad tunnel in a hill. Manned antiaircraft gun position. A man looks through binoculars. An aircraft crashes. A plane in flight. United States aircraft P-38 Lightning in flight. Antiaircraft guns (flak) fired. Several P-38 Lightning aircraft in flight. L-4 Grasshopper aircraft in flight.