Benito Mussolini reviewing a warship, Taranto, Italy, 21 Jun 1942; note Angelo Iachino and Arturo Riccardi behind Mussolini, and sailor Antonio Angelo Caria sixth from right who released this photo into public domainCapt 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.P-38L Lightning aircraft of the 27th FS, US 1st FG landing at Foggia, Italy, 1945
Benito Mussolini reviewing a warship, Taranto, Italy, 21 Jun 1942; note Angelo Iachino and Arturo Riccardi behind Mussolini, and sailor Antonio Angelo Caria sixth from right who released this photo into public domainCapt 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.P-38L Lightning aircraft of the 27th FS, US 1st FG landing at Foggia, Italy, 1945
P-51D of the 99th Fighter Squadron, 332nd Fighter Group shows off it distinctive red tail, probably at Ramitelli Airfield, Italy, 1944-45.African-American airmen of the US 332nd Fighter Group at a briefing, Ramitelli, Italy, Mar 1945
P-51D of the 99th Fighter Squadron, 332nd Fighter Group shows off it distinctive red tail, probably at Ramitelli Airfield, Italy, 1944-45.African-American airmen of the US 332nd Fighter Group at a briefing, Ramitelli, Italy, Mar 1945


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