"MISS YANK", ready for battle. This aircraft flown by Col. Krebs for the MARKET GARDEN mission. Lost in mid-air collision, the crew began a remarkable journey of escape and evasion in German occupied Holland. Courtesy of Murray Lawler.
PRIDE OF THE FLEET, 96th Squadron command aircraft, Lt. Col. George M. Johnson Jr., CO
Paul Agnew and "MISS YANK", Courtesy of John Agnew
Hooking up for a glider tow, Courtesy of John Agnew
Courtesy of John Agnew
Gliders in flight. Courtesy of the Charles W. Taylor Family
Close up MISS YANK nose art. Courtesy of the Charles W. Taylor Family.
A member of the Filthy 13 demolition squad poses in the door of chalk # 21, (A) Flight of the 96th Squadron before take-off on June 5, 1944, OPERATION NEPTUNE, the Normandy Invasion. Courtesy of the Charles W. Taylor Family