National Geographic : 1945 Mar
© National Geographic Society Kodachrome by U. S.Army Air Forces, Official Beneath Fortress Wings a Pretty British Miss Harvests Grain. What's Wrong with the Picture?American Crews Are Not Helping A typical English hedgerow divides farm and airfield, as in Plate III. In wartime Britain every available acre is in farms,training camps, and flying strips. Long ago the RAF pre-empted regular fields; now flying space has expanded to accommodate the USAAF. Close formation indicates contempt for raiders.