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Military Aircraft Nose Art: An American Tradition

Nose Art Websites

343rd Bombardment Squadron (Korean War B-29 Nose Art Gallery) by Tom Long, CPP (Certified Professional Photographer), Retired

Nose Art: Luc's Photo Hangar "Respectfully dedicated to those men & women who have served in our nations armed forces! With a special dedication to my late father T-5 James R. Lucas USAAF"

American Airpower Heritage Museum has a good list of links for research on aviation history, aviation museums, and military history

For almost 30 years Rosemary D. Dery has specialized in hand painted leather. Visit her website to see how she uses this unique form of folk art in her craft.

Bill Tymoszczuk's father Mike was a photgrapher on Guam during World War II and he and captured hundreds of pictures. Bill says his goal "is to capture his [father's] time and role on Guam as well as the role Guam played in WW II." Visit Bill's WWII Airplane Nose Art Collection.

22nd Bombardment Group, The Red Raiders, website features many images in its Gallery, many showing nose art on the Red Raider B-24s.

"Nose Art," Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.