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On 3 October, 1944, his second mission as a B-17 pilot, Sandy Groendyke's aircraft was so shot up that it would no longer fly. They landed in a farm field in Germany, and his entire crew spent the rest of the war in a POW camp. Created by aviation photographer John Slemp of Aerographs Aviation Photography. Clients include Goodyear Aviation Tires, Phillips 66 Aviation Fuels, Smithsonian Air & Space magazine, and The Lindbergh Foundation. Specialising in high end commercial aviation photography and the supply of aviation stock photography for commercial and marketing use.

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Sandy Groendyke
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© 2015 John Slemp
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WWII Veterans
On 3 October, 1944, his second mission as a B-17 pilot, Sandy Groendyke's aircraft was so shot up that it would no longer fly.  They landed in a farm field in Germany, and his entire crew spent the rest of the war in a POW camp.   Created by aviation photographer John Slemp of Aerographs Aviation Photography. Clients include Goodyear Aviation Tires, Phillips 66 Aviation Fuels, Smithsonian Air & Space magazine, and The Lindbergh Foundation.  Specialising in high end commercial aviation photography and the supply of aviation stock photography for commercial and marketing use.