National Geographic : 1946 Feb
Air Power for Peace 143 U. S. Army Air Forces, Official A New Recruit in Undress Uniform Proudly Wears the 13th Air Force Patch Three-year-old Bobby Tangen, one of the youngest Americans liberated in the Philippines, made friends quickly at an Air Force base after he and his parents were released. Born in a Japanese internment camp near Manila, Bobby was the first white child some of the "Jungle Air Force" men had seen in three years. Staff Photograipher Willard R. ('ulver Wheeling a Glide Bomb into Place Beneath the Belly of a Bomber Cylinders on top of this guided missile are flares which aid in radio control from the parent plane (page 174). One type of glide bomb has television "eyes" which enable the controller in his distant plane to see the terrain over which the bomb is passing and fly it into its target (pages 186 and 187).