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Mary Mac History:
The "Mary Mac" wore number 40.
She was formerly flown by Jim Toner,
CO of the 318th, who had coded it
"00" It was a P-51D-10 model.

Specifications:
Wingspan: 37 ft.
Length: 32 ft. 3 in.
Height: 12 ft. 2 in.
Empty Weight: 7,125 lbs
Gross Weight: 11,600 lbs
Top Speed: 437 mph
Service Ceiling: 41,900 ft.
Range: 950 miles
Engine/Horsepower: One
Rolls-Royce Merlin/1490HP
Crew: 1
Armament: Three .50-inch Browning
machine guns in each wing; two
1000-lb bombs
P-51D-10-NA (NA.109)
44-14467
"Mary Mac"
Pilot: Captain Gordon H. McDaniel
318th F/S 325 FG, Fifteenth AAF

Mary Mac
Click link above to read MACR report.
Missing in action April 2, 1945.  Pilot
Paul J. Murphy
"Mary Mac"  #40   P-51 Mustang                                                                                                                            
                                                                                                        
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This is a true story of an American WWII Fighter Ace,  Lt Gordon H. McDaniel of Sweetwater, Tennessee.  
He was a member of the 325th Fighter Group, the "Checkertail Clan". His friends called him Mac.