Re: Odd-looking Bomber
On 12 Feb, 18:28, "deemsb...@xxxxxxx" <deemsb...@xxxxxxx> wrote:
On Feb 12, 1:14 pm, Orval Fairbairn <o_r_fairbairn@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
In article I was wondering what was odd about it.
Rob Arndt <teuton...@xxxxxxx> wrote:
http://www.ww2aircraft.net/forum/album/data/595/4cccdbefc7db32be62868...Just a Douglas A-20
Maybe the shadow from the prop on the nose? All I can think of.
Hmm... maybe it's because it has been extensively patched up (FlAK
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