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Side view of P51 Mustang airplane

Inside the Arizona Commemorative Air Force Museum, Part 2

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Following the previous Inside the Arizona Commemorative Air Force Museum, Part 1 post, more photos from the inside of the museum.

One of the amazing planes at the museum is the P-51D Mustang warbird, a fighter operational in World War 2, the Korean War, and several other conflicts. This particular Mustang was restored between 1989 – 1995 by Robert Odegaard, with parts from 22 different aircraft, and the dataplate from the 44-74404.

P51 Mustang-4

Another interesting plane is the T-50 Bobcat, a light personnel transport in World War 2, known as the Bamboo Bomber.

 

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