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Photo 2 is Arthur and his crew sat on the top of an aircraft in 1944.
Photo 3 is seven airman standing at the rear of an aircraft.
Photo 4 is eleven aircrew and…
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Photo 2 is two airmen inspecting the damaged fabric at the tail of a Wellington.