|Crew of B-17 Flying Fortress prepares for mission. When the men of an 8th Air Force group gave the town of Thetford, England, a plaque, honoring it as the birthplaces of Thomas Caine, American patriot philosopher and author, the crew of a B-17 thought it appropriate to name their plane "Tom Caine" and to inscribe the fuselage with one of his famous remarks, "Tyrrany, like hell, is not easily conquered."|
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