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USAAF Capt Arthur Bridge sitting in the cockpit of his P-51D Mustang as his crew chief, Sgt JM Thompson, gasses the plane, Iwo Jima, Mar 10, 1945. Note Colt 1911A sidearm in front of the windscreen.

Caption   USAAF Capt Arthur Bridge sitting in the cockpit of his P-51D Mustang as his crew chief, Sgt JM Thompson, gasses the plane, Iwo Jima, Mar 10, 1945. Note Colt 1911A sidearm in front of the windscreen. ww2dbase
Source    ww2dbaseUnited States Army Air Force
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Added By David Stubblebine
Added Date 28 Feb 2014

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WW2-Era Place Name Iwo Jima, Japan
Lat/Long 24.7697, 141.3123
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