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Pre Mission Planning; Pilots listen as the commander points to the mission map in WW2.

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Japanese A6M Zero
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Pre Mission Planning in the Ready Room, WW2.

In the Ready Room the pilots go though pre mission planning for a bombing run on the main island of Japan.  The pilots listen to the plan as their commander points to the mission map in this picture.

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The Pilots learn about their days work and wonder if they will return.

Pilots listen to the Commander in Pre Mission Briefing.
Picture Scanned by C. Jeff Dyrek


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