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Hell's Angels on war bond tour
On May 13, 1943, the 303rd BG B-17F Hell’s Angels became the first heavy bomber to complete 25 combat missions over Europe, four days before the Memphis Belle’s crew. After flying 48 combat missions, it returned to the US for a war bond tour, but not until 1944.

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Photo by: U.S. Air Force |  VIRIN: 180422-F-FN604-012.JPG

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