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  • Monday mood...😐
  • Monday mood...😐

  •  45  1  4 hours ago
  • More work to be done with the M3. Might just be my favorite SMG🔥🔥🔥
  • More work to be done with the M3. Might just be my favorite SMG🔥🔥🔥

  •  6  5  19 January, 2020
  • Running and playing in the snow all day long is harder than it looks #ptfo
  • Running and playing in the snow all day long is harder than it looks #ptfo

  •  17  0  18 January, 2020
  • The M3 Grease gun is a blast to use! Some clips throughout a breakthrough match on Operation Underground
  • The M3 Grease gun is a blast to use! Some clips throughout a breakthrough match on Operation Underground

  •  9  1  18 January, 2020
  • He’s still not sleeping through the night. 😩😩
Part of me is really exhausted and just wants to sleeeeeeeeeeeeeppp 💤💤
but part of me kinda loves the cuddles.
He’s already so big, and he won’t be this little forever. 💚
#gotheefftosleep #ptfo #matthewes #theredforestisnow
  • He’s still not sleeping through the night. 😩😩
    Part of me is really exhausted and just wants to sleeeeeeeeeeeeeppp 💤💤
    but part of me kinda loves the cuddles.
    He’s already so big, and he won’t be this little forever. 💚
    #gotheefftosleep #ptfo #matthewes #theredforestisnow

  •  31  6  17 January, 2020
  • Still a little baby with his pink belly 🐶
  • Still a little baby with his pink belly 🐶

  •  64  5  17 January, 2020

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  • B-17G Flying Fortress “Lady be Good” -J of 728 Bomb Squadron, 452 Bomb Group dodging flak on a mission over the Ludwigshafen Industrial Oil Refinery in western Germany on September 21, 1944. "Lady Be Good" was damaged by Flak several times, one time so severely that it had to crash land in an emergency landing field in France after being badly chewed up during a mission over Germany. In fact, it was so damaged it could not be repaired and had to be salvaged for parts. To my knowledge, all or at least most of the crew survived the war and completed their 35 required mission (1944.) The crew is as follows: Pilot: Hurbert Gay, Co-pilot: Billy Carr, Navigator: Jim Graham, Bombadier: Walt Whitmore, Flight engineer/Top turret gunner: Don Sherlock, Radio Operator: Ralph Whittaker, Ball turret gunner: John Ryder, Waist gunner: Glen Stockglausner, Waist gunner: Patrick Blake, Tail gunner: Rich Hahn. Flugabwehrkanone, shortened to Flak by American bomber crews (Ack-Ack for the British), was one of the most feared weapons in the German arsenal. It had the power to easily bring a massive 4 engine bomber out of the sky within seconds. American crews dreaded flak for this very reason. You had to fly straight through it so you could stay on target with limited evasive action. You knew the flak was close when you could actually see the red flash of its explosion and when it rocked your plane. Flak could pierce through a bombers skin and easily wound crew members onboard like a hot knife through butter. It was said that it sounded like "pebbles rattling in a can" when flak hit a bomber. CAPTION CONTINUED DOWN BELOW IN THE COMMENTS! -
#b17 #flak #ackack #battlefield5 #battlefield #ptfo #ww2 #ludwig #ludwigshafen #rhine #bayern #freistaatbayern #theairwar #8thairforce #themightyeigth #mightyeigth #worldwar2 #boeing #england #raf #usairforce #guns
  • B-17G Flying Fortress “Lady be Good” -J of 728 Bomb Squadron, 452 Bomb Group dodging flak on a mission over the Ludwigshafen Industrial Oil Refinery in western Germany on September 21, 1944. "Lady Be Good" was damaged by Flak several times, one time so severely that it had to crash land in an emergency landing field in France after being badly chewed up during a mission over Germany. In fact, it was so damaged it could not be repaired and had to be salvaged for parts. To my knowledge, all or at least most of the crew survived the war and completed their 35 required mission (1944.) The crew is as follows: Pilot: Hurbert Gay, Co-pilot: Billy Carr, Navigator: Jim Graham, Bombadier: Walt Whitmore, Flight engineer/Top turret gunner: Don Sherlock, Radio Operator: Ralph Whittaker, Ball turret gunner: John Ryder, Waist gunner: Glen Stockglausner, Waist gunner: Patrick Blake, Tail gunner: Rich Hahn. Flugabwehrkanone, shortened to Flak by American bomber crews (Ack-Ack for the British), was one of the most feared weapons in the German arsenal. It had the power to easily bring a massive 4 engine bomber out of the sky within seconds. American crews dreaded flak for this very reason. You had to fly straight through it so you could stay on target with limited evasive action. You knew the flak was close when you could actually see the red flash of its explosion and when it rocked your plane. Flak could pierce through a bombers skin and easily wound crew members onboard like a hot knife through butter. It was said that it sounded like "pebbles rattling in a can" when flak hit a bomber. CAPTION CONTINUED DOWN BELOW IN THE COMMENTS! -
    #b17 #flak #ackack #battlefield5 #battlefield #ptfo #ww2 #ludwig #ludwigshafen #rhine #bayern #freistaatbayern #theairwar #8thairforce #themightyeigth #mightyeigth #worldwar2 #boeing #england #raf #usairforce #guns

  •  8,031  40  17 November, 2018
  • Landrie made the cut!!! #JerryWorld
  • Landrie made the cut!!! #JerryWorld

  •  684  25  29 September, 2019