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  1. There was a P-47D called Dove of Peace of the 350th fs 353RD fg 8th AF also flown by Glen E Duncan from June 1943 to October 1944 P-47D Thunderbolt Razorback, code LH-X 42-8634 "Dove of ... https://www.worldwarphotos.info › usa › aircrafts-2-3 He flew a P-51 Dove of Peace VIII in the 350th FGfs 353rd FG from October1944
  2. Thanks guys got old crow skins they look awesome I have actually met Bud Anderson numerous times at the Reno Air Races. The last time I saw him I was looking for anything on Bud Anderson from an artist Lonnie Ortega who had Bud as a guest in his booth. I had previously purchased everything Lonnie had on Bud that I could afford, disappointed I turned to Bud and asked ' "is there was any one Kill that pops into his head?" He instantly responded " March 22, 1945 I shot down 2 Me109g's" WOW!! I asked Bud to hold on a minute, I went to the artists display and grabbed a 8x10 drawing of a
  3. Still looking for this Skin 4k here is some info on the pilot and plane: Glenn Emile Duncan (May 12, 1918 – July 4, 1998) was a career officer in the United States Air Force and one of the leading aces of Eighth Air Force in World War II in Europe and the top ace of the 353rd Fighter Group.[1][2][3] Duncan was credited with 19.5 victories, one probable victory, and seven damaged German aircraft
  4. Anyone have either one of these P-51 skins? Haven't found either one or I'm looking in the wrong places Any help would be great. Old Crow Dove of Peace Thanks Brian
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