s/n 42-106638 Reg: N5087F // Pending

s/n 42-106638 Reg: N5087F

1943 North American P-51B Mustang “Impatient Virgin”

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Impatient Virgin was delivered in early 1944 to the 376th Fighter Squadron based in Bottisham, England. Among its 700 hours of combat flying were four sorties on D-Day. On September 27, 1944, it provided fighter support for the 445th Bomber Group in the Kassel Mission. Flying as part of the 361st Fighter Group, Impatient Virgin engaged in furious dogfights with the Germans. The 361st downed 18 FW-190 fighters that day, three of them by this aircraft and its pilot.  This plane was completely restored to airworthy condition by Pacific Fighters of Idaho Falls, ID.

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Photography By: Lead Photo - Philip Makanna/GHOSTS

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