P-51D Mustang 'Fools Paradise IV' fighter of 363rd Fighter Group, US 380th Fighter Squadron at Azeville Airfield, Normandy, France, Aug-Sep 1944

Caption   P-51D Mustang 'Fools Paradise IV' fighter of 363rd Fighter Group, US 380th Fighter Squadron at Azeville Airfield, Normandy, France, Aug-Sep 1944
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Visitor Submitted Comments

  1. Brynjar Pihl says:
    23 Nov 2011 11:40:19 PM

    Hello
    I am a scale modelbuilder from Norway.
    I am building a P51D in !:5 scale,and I am looking for pictures of Fools Paradise IV.
    Anyone who can help....??

    Thanks
    Brynjar Pihl
  2. Marshall McCall says:
    31 Jan 2013 07:36:53 AM

    This airplane, Fools Paradise IV, was my Dad's airplane. Fools Paradise and Fools Paradise II were P-39s Stateside. Fools Paradise III was a P-51B.

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Historical Name Azeville, Normandy, France
Lat/Long 49.4822, -1.3075

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