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"I miss you grandpa!."

"I miss you grandpa!." Ms. Theodora “Teddi” Gobrecht signed the same visitor book at the 303rd Bomb Group (Heavy) Memorial at RAF Molesworth on January 25th 2011 that her grandfather Lt Col Harry D. Gobrecht (Ret) signed during the June 2, 2000 dedication of the memorial. )U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Javier Cruz)
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Posted: 2/3/2011

Mr. Jeff Bauer of the JIOCEUR Commander's Action Group Briefs Mr. Jeff Bauer of the JIOCEUR Commander's Action Group Briefs
Mr. Jeff Bauer of the JIOCEUR Commander's Action Group Briefs

Mr. Jeff Bauer of the JIOCEUR Analytic Center Commander's Action Group briefs visiting members of the Peterborough, England PROBUS club on the workings of the now disused Cold War bunker which once sheltered missile Transporter Erector Launchers. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Javier Cruz)
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Posted: 5/11/2010

Painting “Molesworth Dawn” by noted British aviation artist Keith Hill Painting “Molesworth Dawn” by noted British aviation artist Keith Hill
Painting “Molesworth Dawn” by noted British aviation artist Keith Hill

Painting “Molesworth Dawn” by noted British aviation artist Keith Hill – Master Sergeant Folmer is pictured in this painting as the crew chief under the propeller hub with the "Hells Angels" flght jacket. The painting was commissioned by the first JAC Commander, Air Force Colonel -- later Major General -- Glen D. Shaffer. Master Sgt. Folmer autographed prints of "Molesworth Dawn" during the July 13th visit to him in his Osage, Iowa home by JAC Senior Enlisted Leader, Navy Master Chief Petty Officer John C. Frakes. The print will be presented to reciptients of a new award named after Folmer. (Photo courtesy of artist Mr, Keith Hill)
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Posted: 7/13/2009

A model of the famed B-17G Flying Fortress “Thunderbird’ A model of the famed B-17G Flying Fortress “Thunderbird’
A model of the famed B-17G Flying Fortress “Thunderbird’

A model of the famed B-17G Flying Fortress “Thunderbird’ which flew 29 combat missions between December, 1943 and April 1944 together with a woodcarving of the nose art from the aircraft by British woodcarver Bill Adams. “Thunderbird” was shot up many times during raids over Nazi occupied Europe – and even had a wing replaced – but no crew members suffered as much as a scratch during that time. The plane is memorialized in a mural at the National Air and Space Museum in Washington, DC. The model built by JAC Division Chief Army Major Bret C. Kinman has been donated to the JAC by Maj. Kinman in appreciation of the sacrifice of the 7,336 men who served at Molesworth during WWII. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Chad E. Chisholm)
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Posted: 7/16/2008

No Brakes!  A B-17G of the 303rd Bomb Group comes to rest No Brakes!  A B-17G of the 303rd Bomb Group comes to rest
No Brakes! A B-17G of the 303rd Bomb Group comes to rest

No Brakes! A B-17G of the 303rd Bomb Group comes to rest against the same hanger at what is now RAF Molesworth where a new "Triangle C" logo has been erected to continue to honor the WWII sacrifices of the group. According to the original caption for the photo, the aircraft had a hydraulic failure causing it to crash into the hanger with minimal damage. (Photo courtesy of 303rd Bomb Group Association)
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Posted: 10/15/2007


"Memphis Belle" A B-17F From the 91st Bomb Group (Heavy)

“Memphis Belle” A B17F from the 91st Bomb Group (Heavy) is fabled in the movie of the same name as the first American aircraft to complete 25 missions against targets in Nazi occupied Europe during World War II. Another aircraft called Hell’s Angels” from the 303rd Bomb Group (Heavy) at Molesworth, England – now the home of the US European Command Joint Analysis Center – actually completed 25 missions 3 days earlier.. (US Army Air Corps photo courtesy of 303rd Bomb Group Association)
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Posted: 8/16/2007

Northrop F-5ENorthrop F-5E
Northrop F-5E

Formation of three aggressor F-5E aircraft of the 527th TFTS, RAF Alconbury, U.K., on Jan. 15, 1983. (U.S. Air Force photo)
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Posted: 12/29/2006

    

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