Juliet has supposedly been in the studio multiple times. And she apparently has a bunch of songs that are on YouTube that haven’t been on an official album yet. Couldn’t she just take those and put them in an official EP? Or are they just labeled as “unreleased” and actually renamed from her ALL days? Just like she did with the song to “raise awareness” for the girls in Nigeria.
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This photograph, taken in early December 1943, features Capt George Preddy’s first Thunderbolt in the ETO, P-47D-5 42-8500. He flew this aircraft from September 1943 through to April 1944, although he never claimed a kill in it. The cross marked below the cockpit of the fighter denotes Preddy’s first victory (a Bf 109), which he scored on 1December 1943 whilst flying Lt Ralph Hamilton’s P-47D-2 42-22457 Frances B. His next victory (an ‘Me 210’) came on 22 December, and this time he was at the controls of Lt Virgil Meroney’s P-47D-5 42-8473 Sweet LOUISE. Finally, on 29 January 1944 Preddy claimed an Fw 190 flying Lt John Bennet’s P-47D-5 42-8421 - he was shot down by flak in this machine on the same mission, bailing out over the Channel. Cripes A'MIGHTY derived its nickname from the phrase that Preddy yelled when he released the dice whilst playing craps! Note the fighter’s striped wheel covers and highly polished gun barrels.
Photo & Caption featured in Osprey Aviation Elite Units: 352nd Fighter Group by Thomas G Ivie.