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"WWII  Aviation Art
Limited Editon Prints"

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WWII Avaition Pilots

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"The Luck of the Draw" Operation Market Garden.....September....17..,..1944....Dateline Europe
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Lt. William R. Beyer                                                       Born July 5, 1923
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Enlisted US Army Air Corps in 1942. He began training as a glider pilot and soon had the opportunity to become a fighter pilot. Lt. Beyer was a member of the 361st Fighter Group’s 376 Squadron. Beyer would return to the States with 9 confirmed kills and 87 combat missions.
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Major Klaus Mietusch
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Mietusch joined the Geschwader in 1938, in his years of service he flew 453 missions and made 72 kills. During this time Mietusch was shot down 10 times and was wounded four, but never turned down a mission.
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Lt. John L. Lowden                                                        Born October 29, 1921
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Enlisted US Army Air Corps in 1941. His first assignment was that of an apprentice aerial photography-gunner. His missions included Operation Market-Garden, invasion of Holland, and Operation Varsity among others. He has written about his experiences in "Silent Wings At War: Combat Gliders in World War II".

   

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