The Lt. Col. Jack Bradley Collection

Lt. Col. Jack T. Bradley was born and raised in the north central Texas town of Brownwood. While attending Howard Payne College he joined the Civilian Pilot training program, and in 1941 he enlisted in the Army Air Corps Cadet program in Dallas. From fall, 1942 to May, 1945, he served in the 353 Squadron, 354 Fighter Group, piloting a P-51 Mustang fighter plane in the European theater of WWII. After a twenty-year distinguished military career, Lt. Col. Bradley retired in Brownwood, TX.

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The Lt. Col. Jack Bradley Collection, no. 4 - Ninth Air Force Combat Film
This Ninth Air Force Combat Film, photographed by the 4th Combat Camera Unit, details a fighter pilot's m...
The Lt. Col. Jack Bradley Collection, no. 3 - The Fight for the Sky
The World War II, US propaganda, film “The Fight for the Sky” was produced by the American Army Air Force...
The Lt. Col. Jack Bradley Collection, no. 2 - Gun Camera Footage
Footage captured by the gun camera mounted on Lt. Col. Jack Bradley's P-51 Mustang of different missions ...
The Lt. Col. Jack Bradley Collection, no. 1 - Airfield and Gun Camera Footage
Footage of images captured by Lt. Col. Jack Bradley's gun camera and images which he seems to have shot h...