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USAAF 42 26707 P 47D Thunderbolt 9AF 12AF 57FG65FS Fighting Cocks 59 Belle Carol

USAAF 42 26707 P 47D Thunderbolt 9AF 12AF 57FG65FS Fighting Cocks 59 Belle Carol

The Gabby's last Jug. P-47D-25-RE Thunderbolt sn 42-26418 HV/A at RAF Boxted after belly landing near Bassenheim, Germany on 20 July 1944.

The Gabby's last Jug. P-47D-25-RE Thunderbolt sn 42-26418 HV/A at RAF Boxted after belly landing near Bassenheim, Germany on 20 July 1944.

Mexican Expeditionary Air Force Thunderbolt from Escuadrón 201 (201st Squadron) over Philippines in summer of 1945

Mexican Expeditionary Air Force Thunderbolt from Escuadrón 201 (201st Squadron) over Philippines in summer of 1945

Germany's Arado Ar 196 floatplane

Germany's Arado Ar 196 floatplane

Dornier Do 17 the Fliegender Bleistift

Dornier Do 17 the Fliegender Bleistift

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Stephen Bunk さんの Aircraft ボードのピン

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Ten Herb Hasenfus from the 54th Fighter Squadron standing in the cockpit of his P-38 Lightning during heating of motors in Adak, Alaska, Mar 1943. Note the art at the bottom of the engine cover

Ten Herb Hasenfus from the 54th Fighter Squadron standing in the cockpit of his P-38 Lightning during heating of motors in Adak, Alaska, Mar 1943. Note the art at the bottom of the engine cover

P51 shark mouth in color

P51 shark mouth in color

p-47 thunderbolt

p-47 thunderbolt

This P-51 was based in Raydon, England with the 8th Army Air Force (352nd Squadron, 353rd Fighter Group), where it was assigned to Lt. Harrison B."Bud" Tordoff. Tordoff flew the aircraft in support of the daylight bombing raids against Germany throughout occupied Europe and in support of missions for the Allied ground forces during the liberation of mainland Europe. In the summer of 2003, Captain Tordoff was reunited with this plane – the first time he had seen it since ceasefire.

This P-51 was based in Raydon, England with the 8th Army Air Force (352nd Squadron, 353rd Fighter Group), where it was assigned to Lt. Harrison B."Bud" Tordoff. Tordoff flew the aircraft in support of the daylight bombing raids against Germany throughout occupied Europe and in support of missions for the Allied ground forces during the liberation of mainland Europe. In the summer of 2003, Captain Tordoff was reunited with this plane – the first time he had seen it since ceasefire.

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