Clayton Knight: Artist of the ETO Allied War Effort 1942, showing a unique look at serving in the Eighth through the eyes of artist and airman Clayton Knight is now open.

Knight became a war correspondent in England during World War II and while serving created dozens of drawings depicting life in the Eighth.

Twenty-five of these one-of-a-kind drawings are on exhibit only at the National Museum of the Mighty Eighth Air Force.

(Shown here Officers’ Lounge at Headquarters American Fighter Command, England, Clayton Knight (1891-1969), 18” x 23” Charcoal and Conté on paper, Completed September 1942. Clayton C. Knight Collection | National Museum of the Mighty Eighth Air Force)