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Against All Odds
Against All Odds

'Against All Odds' – by Keith Hill

B-17's of the 92nd Bomb Group (Heavy) RAF Alconbury, flying the mission on July 26 1943 to Hannover. It was for his actions during this mission that Flight Officer John C. Morgan was awarded the Medal of Honor.

 

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Almost Home
Almost Home

'Almost Home' – by Keith Hill

B-24 'Liberators' of the 36th Bomb Squadron from Cheddington, (later Alconbury), return after another Electronic Counter Measures mission over occupied Europe in 1944.

 

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Any Gum Chum
Any Gum Chum

'Any Gum Chum' – by Keith Hill

B-17 of the 303rd Bomb Group, used as the cover to children's book 'Homers Luck', about the spotty dog that was a mascot who had many adventures with his crew.

 

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At The End Of The Day
At The End Of The Day

'At The End Of The Day' – by Keith Hill

Two Spitfires of the US Navy, Composite Squadron Seven, crossing the Normandy beachhead. Aircraft of CVN-7 were used as 'spotters' for the battleships off the Normandy coast. These ships could fire up to 22 miles inland. Signed by 6 Normandy veterans.

 

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Atlantic Crossing
Atlantic Crossing

'Atlantic Crossing' – by Keith Hill

BOAC B-24 approaching land after its Atlantic Crossing. Each print comes with the signature of 1st Officer Bert Ross who's story appears in the July 2014 issue of Flypast.

 

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Combat For The 305th
Combat For The 305th

'Combat For The 305th' – by Keith Hill

B-17’s of the 305th Bomb Group from Chelveston, on a mission over Germany.

 

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Drop Zone
Drop Zone

'Drop Zone' – by Keith Hill

C47's of the 315th Troop Carrier Group from Spanhoe Lodge Airfield in Northamptonshire, drop paratroopers into Holland during Operation Market Garden – September 1944. The print is countersigned.

 

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Escort
Escort

'Escort' – by Keith Hill

P-51 Mustang of the 353rd Fighter Group.

 

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Fames Favoured Few – Back Home
Fames Favoured Few – Back Home

'Fames Favoured Few – Back Home' – by Keith Hill

B-17 of the 92nd Bomb Group coming into land over Podington village.

 

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First Strike – July 4th 1942
First Strike – July 4th 1942

'First Strike – July 4th 1942' – by Keith Hill

The very first mission flown by the 15th Bomber Squadron, July 4th 1942.

 

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Hells Angels – The Legend Is Born
Hells Angels – The Legend Is Born

'Hells Angels – The Legend Is Born' – by Keith Hill

As a Military Policeman sits astride his ‘Harley’, a B-17, from the 303rd Bomb Group ‘The Hells Angels’ , departs from RAF Molesworth runway.

 

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Last One Out
Last One Out

'Last One Out' – by Keith Hill

On Jan 23rd 1943 the B-17 ‘Beats Me’ 303rd Bomb Group / 360th Bomb Squadron, RAF Molesworth, was hit and the surviving crew bailed out. Last One Out was S/Sgt Charles L. Roth, a FW-190 approached him during his parachute fall. Fearing he would be fired upon instead he German pilot saluted.

 

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Mary Alice – Almost Home
Mary Alice – Almost Home

'Mary Alice – Almost Home' – by Keith Hill

In winter of 44/45, B-17 ‘Mary Alice’ flies low over a typical English landscape on her way home. ‘Mary Alice’ was assigned to 401st BG and flew from Deenethorpe airfield, Northamptonshire. She was named after the pilots mother!

 

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Molesworth Dawn
Molesworth Dawn

'Molesworth Dawn' – by Keith Hill

As dawn breaks over RAF Molesworth, B.17 ‘Hells Angels’ of the 303rd Bomb Group, is prepared for its next mission. This aircraft was the first in the 8th Air Force to complete 25 missions.

 

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Molesworth In Sight
Molesworth In Sight

'Molesworth In Sight' – by Keith Hill

Keith’s signature Molesworth painting of a 303rd BG B-17 flying over Molesworth airbase in a typical English winter landscape with the Old Weston church in the distance.

 

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Molesworth Memory
Molesworth Memory

'Molesworth Memory' – by Keith Hill

Into a typical English winters landscape a B-17 of the 303rd Bomb Group, from RAF Molesworth returns from a mission to Germany. In the foreground can be seen Old Weston Church.

 

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Only One Came Home
Only One Came Home

'Only One Came Home' – by Keith Hill

The only B-17 to return to RAF Chelveston after the Schwienfurt raid.

 

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Over Here
Over Here

'Over Here' – by Keith Hill

Class S1 60 US Army Locomotive. Each print comes with the signatures of 5 American WWII veterans.

 

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Return To Molesworth
Return To Molesworth

'Return To Molesworth' – by Keith Hill

B-17 ‘Flying Fortress’s’ return from a mission over occupied Europe during WWII. Below can be seen the three hangers which are the only wartime buildings remaining on today’s RAF Molesworth.

 

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Send This Message: “Enemy Carriers!”
Send This Message: “Enemy Carriers!”

'Send This Message: “Enemy Carriers!”' – by Keith Hill

At 0510 hrs June 4th 1942, a PBY.5 (cal sign ‘AV58’) of VP-23 and under the command of Lt. Howard Ady USN, spotted a Japanese scout aircraft from one of the carriers heading for Midway. At 0530 hrs they located the carrier force. Seconds later Lt. Ady’s radio operator sent this message: “Enemy Carriers!”.
Print #1 in The Midway Collection

 

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The Cat Comes Home
The Cat Comes Home

'The Cat Comes Home' – by Keith Hill

On Oct 14th 1943 the US 8th AF returned from a mission to Schwienfurt. ‘Cat ‘o 9 Tails’, was unable to find any airfield and running low on fuel, the crew baled out over Aylesbury. The aircraft glided on auto pilot, landing in Riseley, Bedford.

 

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Thurleigh’s Guiding Light
Thurleigh’s Guiding Light

'Thurleigh’s Guiding Light' – by Keith Hill

B.17 ‘Flying Fortress’ on the approach to Thurleigh airfield.

 

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