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P-51 Mustang  #99
319th Fighter Squadron
Molly
Darwin R. Addis   
BT-14 Trainer  450 hp Wright engine, Mac just
before graduation from Basic School at
Greenwood, Ms.
Royal Air Force Spitfire
"Mary Mac" maybe...
not for sure, but think it is.
"Margie"
318th Fighter Pilot
Robert Brownell
42-103596 #44
"Flossie"/"
Spirit of Milwaukee County"
43-24784 #A58
"Charlotte"
I know this doesn't really belong
here...but,
USAAF Wings
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Captured German FW-190
Person Unknown?
44-63609 #41
"The Flying Foxhole/Agnus"
318th Ernest E. Bradley
This photo is Property of Gayle (Kerro) McCray.  Thank you
Gayle for letting us post it here.
42-103431 #80
Little Joe Too
319th F/S Bruce Cobb Wrecked/6-30-44
German Plane, Heinkel HE111
Captured German Plane, Heinkel HE111
P-38 Lightning
325th 318th P-51
44-15631 #50
"My Peggy"
Pilot: Thomas Beven
Click Me
#69 "Chinese Laundry "
318th Fighter Squadron

Pilot:  Lt. Harold P. Kick
This photo is Property of Gayle (Kerro) McCray.  
Thank you Gayle for letting us post it here.
318th Fighter Pilot
Oscar R. Rau
43-6861   # 68
"Funnyface "
Curtiss P-40  Warhawk
"Lone Tiger"
Unknown?
Click Me!
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.
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To become an ace, a fighter pilot must have extraordinary eyesight, strength, and agility, a huntsman's eye, coolness
in a pinch, calculated recklessness, a full measure of courage—and occasional luck!

— General Jimmy Doolittle