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A-20J-5-DO "Princess Ruthie"
Unit: 84th BS, 47th BG, 12th AF, USAAF
Serial: 18 (43-9639)

Italy, 1944. The a/c originally belonged to the 86th BS since the original tail code still shows through the new 'white 18'.

Artist: unknown
Source: MPM Production

Discussion: Comments
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Douglas A-20/DB-7/P-70 Boston/Havoc | USA | 84th BS, 47th BG, 12th AF, USAAF | A-20J-5-DO "Princess Ruthie" | 18 (43-9639)
05/08/2013

A-20J-10-DO "Maxine"
Unit: 646th BS, 410th BG, 9th AF, USAAF
Serial: 8U-A (43-9913)

May 1945. The squadron commander's a/c painted blue squadron colours front parts of the engine cowlings and propeller hubs. The shape above the name 'Maxine' represents State of Texas. This a/c was later lost during mission.

Artist: unknown
Source: MPM Production

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Douglas A-20/DB-7/P-70 Boston/Havoc | USA | 646th BS, 410th BG, 9th AF, USAAF | A-20J-10-DO "Maxine" | 8U-A (43-9913)
05/08/2013

A-20J-10-DO "Source of Annoyance"
Unit: 645th BS, 410th BG, 9th AF, USAAF
Serial: 7X-P (43-10131)

In 1944.

Artist: © Thierry Dekker
Source: http://dekkerartwork.over-blog.com/

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Douglas A-20/DB-7/P-70 Boston/Havoc | USA | 645th BS, 410th BG, 9th AF, USAAF | A-20J-10-DO "Source of Annoyance" | 7X-P (43-10131)
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A-20J-15-DO "Irene"
Unit: 646th BS, 410th BG, 9th AF, USAAF
Serial: 8U-S (43-21745)

Gosfield, England on D-Day, 6 June 1944.

Artist: © Don Greer
Source: A-20 Havoc In Action

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Douglas A-20/DB-7/P-70 Boston/Havoc | USA | 646th BS, 410th BG, 9th AF, USAAF | A-20J-15-DO "Irene" | 8U-S (43-21745)
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A-20J-20-DO
Unit: 644th BS, 410th BG, 9th AF, USAAF
Serial: 5D-G (43-22022)

June 1944.

Artist: unknown
Source: FAA Archive

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Douglas A-20/DB-7/P-70 Boston/Havoc | USA | 644th BS, 410th BG, 9th AF, USAAF | A-20J-20-DO | 5D-G (43-22022)
05/08/2013



Artist: © Thierry Dekker
Source: http://dekkerartwork.over-blog.com/
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Douglas A-20/DB-7/P-70 Boston/Havoc | USA | 644th BS, 410th BG, 9th AF, USAAF | A-20J-20-DO | 5D-G (43-22022)
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A-20K "Helen"
Unit: 645th BS, 410th BG, 9th AF, USAAF
Serial: 7X-T (43-4613 ?)

Coulommier air base, France, early 1945. This a/c painted overall in Jet Black (ANA 622) for night operations. The rudder seems to be replacement from another a/c originally painted in Olive Drab and Medium Green. The fuselage national insignias were most likely toned down by Light Grey over spraying.

Artist: unknown
Source: MPM Production

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Douglas A-20/DB-7/P-70 Boston/Havoc | USA | 645th BS, 410th BG, 9th AF, USAAF | A-20K "Helen" | 7X-T (43-4613 ?)
05/08/2013

P-70
Unit: unknown
Serial: 69 (39-737)

No additional information

Artist: unknown
Source: 'Wings of Fatherland' 1993, No.5

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Douglas A-20/DB-7/P-70 Boston/Havoc | USA | P-70 | 69 (39-737)
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P-70 "Dusty"
Unit: Detachment A, 6th NSF, USAAF
Serial: 39-768

Pilot - Lt.Fred Secord. At 3-Mile Airstrip, Port Moresby, New Guinea during May of 1943. Black 44 overall.

Secord Fred


Artist: © Don Greer
Source: A-20 Havoc In Action

Discussion: Comments
Douglas A-20/DB-7/P-70 Boston/Havoc | USA | Detachment A, 6th NSF, USAAF | P-70 "Dusty" | 39-768
05/08/2013

According this source: Townsville, New Guinea, 1943.

Artist: © Michael Fletcher
Source: Sent by M.Zhirokhov
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Douglas A-20/DB-7/P-70 Boston/Havoc | USA | Detachment A, 6th NSF, USAAF | P-70 "Dusty" | 39-768
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