WW II Bomber Identification

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  1. janco

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    I have a friend who's father was a bomber pilot in WWII and I'm trying to identify his aircraft so I can find a model for a birthday present. Here's a couple pictures and I'm sure this august group can identify it for me!

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    Thanks in advance!

    jan white
     
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    FLYBOYJ "THE GREAT GAZOO"
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    yup, well tat least it didn't require research:)
     
  5. janco

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    Thanks folks! I'm gonna have to come up with a tougher one next time!
     
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    You might want to know what model he flew. There are significant differences. And you don't want to get him a model with a solid nose, if he flew the glass nosed model. :)
     
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    If it's a solid nose, it's probably the A-20G.

    Kris
     
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