A flight of three A-36A Mustang attack aircraft on a training flight near Savannah, Georgia, United States, 1942; the lead plane was destroyed in a landing accident 8 Jan 1943A-36 Mustang ground attack aircraft, which was based on the P-51 Mustang fighter, date unknownA-36A Mustang aircraft #42-83663, probably at North American Aviation plant at Inglewood, California, United States, 1942. Photo 1 of 2A-36A Mustang aircraft #42-83663, probably at North American Aviation plant at Inglewood, California, United States, 1942; note barrage balloon and possible two SBD Dauntless in right background
A flight of three A-36A Mustang attack aircraft on a training flight near Savannah, Georgia, United States, 1942; the lead plane was destroyed in a landing accident 8 Jan 1943A-36 Mustang ground attack aircraft, which was based on the P-51 Mustang fighter, date unknownA-36A Mustang aircraft #42-83663, probably at North American Aviation plant at Inglewood, California, United States, 1942. Photo 1 of 2A-36A Mustang aircraft #42-83663, probably at North American Aviation plant at Inglewood, California, United States, 1942; note barrage balloon and possible two SBD Dauntless in right background
A-36A Mustang aircraft at North American Aviation Inglewood, California plant, United States, 1942; note open dive brakes. Photo 2 of 2.A-36A Mustang aircraft on a training flight near Savannah, Georgia, United States, 1942; this plane was destroyed in a landing accident 8 Jan 1943Diagram of the North American A-36A Mustang, front viewProfile of North American A-36A Mustang aircraft #42-83671, 1942, location unknown
A-36A Mustang aircraft at North American Aviation Inglewood, California plant, United States, 1942; note open dive brakes. Photo 2 of 2.A-36A Mustang aircraft on a training flight near Savannah, Georgia, United States, 1942; this plane was destroyed in a landing accident 8 Jan 1943Diagram of the North American A-36A Mustang, front view' note the open dive brakesProfile of North American A-36A Mustang aircraft #42-83671, 1942, location unknown
A-36A Mustang aircraft of a training squadron at Harding Field, Baton Rouge, Louisiana, United States, date unknownThe only A-36A Mustang aircraft in the RAF in flight, date unknown; note the open dive brakesA-36A Mustang aircraft A-36A Mustang aircraft
A-36A Mustang aircraft of a training squadron at Harding Field, Baton Rouge, Louisiana, United States, date unknownThe only A-36A Mustang aircraft in the RAF in flight, date unknown; note the open dive brakesA-36A Mustang aircraft 'Doodle', Sicily, Italy, 1943. This plane’s assigned pilot, R. Bryant, is at left.A-36A Mustang aircraft 'El Matador' pilot R. Bryant and crew chief Sergeant Dan Perry, Sicily, Italy, 1943
A-36A Mustang aircraft Crews servicing a North American A-36A Mustang aircraft of US 86th BFG, late 1943; note the chin-mounted guns and the bombing mission markings on the cowlA-36A Mustang attack aircraft on a muddy airfield in Italy, circa early 1944. Note two “kill” markings on the engine cowl.A-36A Mustang aircraft 42-84067 of the 527th FBS, 86th BFG, Gaudo Airfield, southern Italy, 14 Jan 1944; note chin-mounted guns and the bombing mission markings on the cowl
A-36A Mustang aircraft 'Midnite' of 525th Fighter Squadron, US 86th Fighter-Bomber Group, Catania, Sicily, Italy, fall 1943; note remnants of Operation Torch yellow band around the National InsigniaCrews servicing a North American A-36A Mustang aircraft of US 86th BFG, late 1943; note the chin-mounted guns and the bombing mission markings on the cowlA-36A Mustang attack aircraft on a muddy airfield in Italy, circa early 1944. Note two “kill” markings on the engine cowl.A-36A Mustang aircraft 42-84067 of the 527th FBS, 86th BFG, Gaudo Airfield, southern Italy, 14 Jan 1944; note chin-mounted guns and the bombing mission markings on the cowl
A-36A Mustang aircraft A restored North American A-36A Mustang aircraft in flight, post-war; note Close-up of the North American A-36A Mustang aircraft open dive brakes at the USAF Museum at Wright-Patterson AFB in Dayton, Ohio, United StatesRestored A-36A Mustang aircraft
A-36A Mustang aircraft 'Judy' of 522nd Fighter Squadron, US 86th Fighter-Bomber Group after a forced landing at Gaudo Airfield, Southern Italy, 22 Feb 1944A restored North American A-36A Mustang aircraft in flight, post-war; note 'chin' guns and closed dive brakesClose-up of the North American A-36A Mustang aircraft open dive brakes at the USAF Museum at Wright-Patterson AFB in Dayton, Ohio, United StatesRestored A-36A Mustang aircraft 'Margie H' on display at the USAF Museum, Wright-Patterson AFB, Dayton, Ohio, United States; note open dive brakes, B-23 Dragon at left, B-29 Superfortress at right
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