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XP-51 prototype aircraft, circa late 1940 or early 1941British Mustang X fighter AM203 at rest, 1942
XP-51 prototype aircraft, circa late 1940 or early 1941British Mustang X fighter AM203 at rest, 1942
P-51 Mustang fighter under construction, North American Aviation plant, Los Angeles, California, United States, circa 1942P-51A Mustang fighter in flight, viewed from the top, Oct 1940-May 1942
P-51 Mustang fighter under construction, North American Aviation plant, Los Angeles, California, United States, circa 1942P-51A Mustang fighter in flight, viewed from the top, Oct 1940-May 1942
A Mustang Mk I fighter being test flown in Inglewood, California, United States in 1942 before being delivered to the British Royal Air ForceA North American Aviation worker preparing a P-51 Mustang fighter for painting, Inglewood, California, United States, Oct 1942; note B-25 Mitchell bombers in background
A Mustang Mk I fighter being test flown in Inglewood, California, United States in 1942 before being delivered to the British Royal Air ForceA North American Aviation worker preparing a P-51 Mustang fighter for painting, Inglewood, California, United States, Oct 1942; note B-25 Mitchell bombers in background
An American woman working on the landing gear of a P-51 Mustang aircraft at the North American Aviation plant, Inglewood, California, United States, Oct 1942Consolidated Aircraft Corporation workers, Fort Worth, Texas, United States, Oct 1942; note P-51B or P-51C Mustang fighter at right
An American woman working on the landing gear of a P-51 Mustang aircraft at the North American Aviation plant, Inglewood, California, United States, Oct 1942Consolidated Aircraft Corporation workers, Fort Worth, Texas, United States, Oct 1942; note P-51B or P-51C Mustang fighter at right
P-51 Mustang fighters being prepared for test flight, North American Aviation, Inglewood, California, United States, Oct 1942P-51A Mustang during a test flight near the North American Aviation plant in Inglewood, California, United States, Oct 1942
P-51 Mustang fighters being prepared for test flight, North American Aviation, Inglewood, California, United States, Oct 1942P-51A Mustang during a test flight near the North American Aviation plant in Inglewood, California, United States, Oct 1942
Two female employees of North American Aviation working on a section of a wing of a P-51 Mustang fighter, California, Oct 1942Claire Chennault inspecting a P-51 Mustang fighter, China, date unknown
Two female employees of North American Aviation working on a section of a wing of a P-51 Mustang fighter, California, Oct 1942Claire Chennault inspecting a P-51 Mustang fighter, China, date unknown
LtCol Bill Dunn in front of a P-51 Mustang. Dunn was the USAís first fighter ace flying with the RAF Eagle Squadron before USA entered the war. Note his USAAF wings, RAF brevet, & what may be a Luftwaffe Pilot badge.P-51B & P-51A Mustang fighters side-by-side at North American Aviation plant at Inglewood, California, United States, 1943
LtCol Bill Dunn in front of a P-51 Mustang. Dunn was the USAís first fighter ace flying with the RAF Eagle Squadron before USA entered the war. Note his USAAF wings, RAF brevet, & what may be a Luftwaffe Pilot badge.P-51B & P-51A Mustang fighters side-by-side at North American Aviation plant at Inglewood, California, United States, 1943
P-51B Mustang fighter in China, date unknownP-51D Mustang fighter resting at an airfield, date unknown
P-51B Mustang fighter in China, date unknownP-51D Mustang fighter resting at an airfield, date unknown
WAFS pilots Barbara London (in cockpit) and Evelyn Sharp, 1942-1944WASP pilot Florene Watson seated in a P-51D Mustang, date and location unknown.
WAFS pilots Barbara London (in cockpit) and Evelyn Sharp, 1942-1944WASP pilot Florene Watson seated in a P-51D Mustang, date and location unknown.
Escort carrier USS Altamaha transporting a deck load of P-51A Mustang fighters has just left Alameda, passed under the San Francisco Bay Bridge (background) and steams toward the Golden Gate, 16 Jul 1943The 4th Fighter Groupís control tower at RAF Debden, Essex, England, UK, Sep 25 1943. Front to Back: BGen Frederick L Anderson, Jr; Mr Donald Nelson, Chief of US War Production; LCol Chesley Peterson, 4th Fighter Group Commanding Officer.
Escort carrier USS Altamaha transporting a deck load of P-51A Mustang fighters has just left Alameda, passed under the San Francisco Bay Bridge (background) and steams toward the Golden Gate, 16 Jul 1943The 4th Fighter Groupís control tower at RAF Debden, Essex, England, UK, Sep 25 1943. Front to Back: BGen Frederick L Anderson, Jr; Mr Donald Nelson, Chief of US War Production; LCol Chesley Peterson, 4th Fighter Group Commanding Officer.

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