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P51 Mustang

P51 Mustang,United States WW11

P51 Mustang
Viking69, Feb 3, 2004

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    • snapper
      Wicked picture, and a fantastic aeroplane in its day. :tongue:
    • BravoZulu
      361st Fighter Group, 375th Fighter Squadron, USAAC, The Group’s original CO, Col. Thomas J.J. Christian, Jr. flies his P-51D "Lou IV/Athelene" over Cambridgeshire in July 1944. Although he claimed no aerial victories, '410 accounted for two enemy fighters with other pilots. Col. Christian was killed in this Mustang while dive-bombing Arras marshalling yards on 12 August 1944. (USAF)


      "A candid shot of Col. Christian" taken in 1943 at Bottisham. Submitted by Joe Flood, son of Staff Sgt. Joe Flood the extremely talented artist responsible for the lovely nose art on Lt. Colonel Roy Webb's aircraft.
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