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|Caption||P-51 Mustangs of the 45th Fighter Squadron lined up on South Field, Iwo Jima, Mar 7, 1945. Fire is from a P-51 from the 78th Fighter Squadron that crashed on landing and struck two parked 45th Fighter Squadron P-51s. [Colorized by WW2DB] ww2dbase|
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|Source||ww2dbaseUnited States Army Air Force|
|Photos on Same Day||7 Mar 1945|
|Photos at Same Place||Iwo Jima, Japan|
|Added By||David Stubblebine|
|Colorized Date||24 Feb 2023|
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