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WASP pilot Florene Watson, one of the original WAF pilots, warming up her P-51D aircraft in Long Beach, California, United States, spring 1944P-51D Mustang A flight of P-51 Mustang aircraft, possibly over Europe, 6 Jun-9 Aug 1944
WASP pilot Florene Watson, one of the original WAF pilots, warming up her P-51D aircraft in Long Beach, California, United States, spring 1944'The Iowa Beaut,' a P-51B of the 354th Fighter Squadron flown over the English countryside by Lt Robert E Hulderman, mid-1944. A different pilot in this plane was lost near Rechtenbach, Germany, Sep 11, 1944P-51D Mustang 'Fools Paradise IV' fighter of 363rd Fighter Group, US 380th Fighter Squadron at Maupertus Airfield near Cherbourg, Normandy, France, Jul 4-12 1944.A flight of P-51 Mustang aircraft, possibly over Europe, 6 Jun-9 Aug 1944
Chuck YeagerP-51 Mustang fighters of the US Army Air Force 375th Fighter Squadron flying in formation, Europe, 7 Jul-9 Aug 1944P-51D Mustang aircraft P-51D Mustang aircraft in flight, possibly over Europe, 7 Jul-9 Aug 1944
Chuck Yeager's P-51D Mustang fighter 'Glamorous Glen III', Jun-Dec 1944P-51 Mustang fighters of the US Army Air Force 375th Fighter Squadron flying in formation, Europe, 7 Jul-9 Aug 1944P-51D Mustang aircraft 'Tika IV' of the US Army 361st Flight Group, Jul-Dec 1944P-51D Mustang aircraft in flight, possibly over Europe, 7 Jul-9 Aug 1944
Capt Andrew D Turner, 100th Fighter Squadron CO, and Lt. Clarence P. (Lucky) Lester on the Marsden Matting of Ramitelli Airstrip, Italy. Behind them is Maj Turner’s P-51C “Skipper’s Darlin’ III.” 1 Aug 1944. Photo 2 of 2.Pilots of the “Tuskegee Airmen,” 332nd Fighter Group in front of P-51C “Skipper’s Darlin’ III” flown by Capt Andrew Turner (2nd from right), at Ramitelli, Italy, 1 Aug 1944. Photo 1 of 2.African-American pilot Captain Andrew D. Turner of the 15th US Army Air Force in a P-51C Mustang fighter, Italy, Sep 1944An African-American US Army personnel loading ammunition for a .50 caliber machine gun in the wing of a P-51 Mustang fighter, Italy, Sep 1944
Capt Andrew D Turner, 100th Fighter Squadron CO, and Lt. Clarence P. (Lucky) Lester on the Marsden Matting of Ramitelli Airstrip, Italy. Behind them is Maj Turner’s P-51C “Skipper’s Darlin’ III.” 1 Aug 1944. Photo 2 of 2.Pilots of the “Tuskegee Airmen,” 332nd Fighter Group in front of P-51C “Skipper’s Darlin’ III” flown by Capt Andrew Turner (2nd from right), at Ramitelli, Italy, 1 Aug 1944. Photo 1 of 2.African-American pilot Captain Andrew D. Turner of the 15th US Army Air Force in a P-51C Mustang fighter, Italy, Sep 1944An African-American US Army personnel loading ammunition for a .50 caliber machine gun in the wing of a P-51 Mustang fighter, Italy, Sep 1944
B-17G Fortresses of the 381st Bomb Group are escorted by a P-51B of the 354th Fighter Squadron, Summer-Fall 1944. Photo 1 of 2.P-51D prototype fighter in flight, fall 1944; this particular prototype was modified from P-51B aircraft with serial number 43-12102US Army African-American aviators crew chief Staff Sergeant Alfred D. Norris and pilot Captain William T. Mattison prepared for a mission with a P-51 Mustang fighter, Italy, circa Sep 1944US Army African-American Staff Sergeant William Accoo, crew chief of a P-51 Mustang aircraft, washed the aircraft he was in charge of, Italy, circa Sep 1944
B-17G Fortresses of the 381st Bomb Group are escorted by a P-51B of the 354th Fighter Squadron, Summer-Fall 1944. Photo 1 of 2.P-51D prototype fighter in flight, fall 1944; this particular prototype was modified from P-51B aircraft with serial number 43-12102US Army African-American aviators crew chief Staff Sergeant Alfred D. Norris and pilot Captain William T. Mattison prepared for a mission with a P-51 Mustang fighter, Italy, circa Sep 1944US Army African-American Staff Sergeant William Accoo, crew chief of a P-51 Mustang aircraft, washed the aircraft he was in charge of, Italy, circa Sep 1944
African-American ground crew of US 99th Fighter Squadron North American P-51C Mustang converted to an F-6C photo reconnaissance plane with the 10th Photo Recon Group and assigned to Captain John H. Hoefker, St. Dizler Airfield, France, Autumn 1944.Spare and surplus USAAF aircraft at Bari Airfield, Italy, Oct 1944.US 15th Air Force African-American pilot Captain Wendell Pruitt leaving his ring with his crew chief Staff Sergeant Samuel Jacobs before leaving on a mission in his P-51 Mustang fighter, Nov 1944
African-American ground crew of US 99th Fighter Squadron 'Tuskeegee Airmen' loading a wing tank onto an US 15th Air Force P-51 Mustang fighter, Italy, late 1944North American P-51C Mustang converted to an F-6C photo reconnaissance plane with the 10th Photo Recon Group and assigned to Captain John H. Hoefker, St. Dizler Airfield, France, Autumn 1944.Spare and surplus USAAF aircraft at Bari Airfield, Italy, Oct 1944.US 15th Air Force African-American pilot Captain Wendell Pruitt leaving his ring with his crew chief Staff Sergeant Samuel Jacobs before leaving on a mission in his P-51 Mustang fighter, Nov 1944

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