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Miss Helen, the only P51 from the 352nd FG to survive. She belonged to Ray Littge, the leading ace from the state of Missouri.

Capt. Raymond Littge's Memorial monument in Missouri.

 

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This is a Corsair that fought in the Korean War, and a B25 called Panchito. Back in March, I was able to ride in Panchito a couple of times to take photos of the Corsair for a magazine shoot.
 

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I took these in 87 at the Champlin Fighter Aces Museum at Falcon field Mesa AZ.
If I remember right this was a converted 109E


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Cool plane. This one was turned into a diner in Penndel Pa. It was there for many years but it is gone now. There's a gas station on the lot now with a model of the plane on it's sign. From what I understand it is currently being restored (as a plane, not a diner, lol).

 

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When you are on I-10 passing thru Tucson,AZ stop at the Pima air museum.
All sorts of aircraft from WW1 to the present including a B-36, SR71, and lots of MiG fighters. I think there is about 200+ planes on display......
 

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Cabin Waco. I did most of the fabric covering on this plane. My brother painted it.

Here's a finished and flying pic.


 
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