U.S. warplanes, including P61, P-47, and P38 aircraft, operating at Florennes/Juzaine airfield (A-78), Belgium, in World War II
Florennes Belgium Date:1945, April 13 Duration:2 min 49 sec Sound:NO SOUND
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.
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