The North American P-51 Mustang
... the aircraft that changed the course of a war.
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submitted by Bruce Guberman
We know the P-51, who is the pilot and GIB?
by Dick Phillips
by Tom Smith, photo by Jim Hess
Wednesday 20 Jun 2018
by Ed Murrey
I saw this plane as Miss Coronado at Abernathy Field in Pulaski Tn probably around 1977 or 78.It was owned by John Baugh.I waited a good while to see it fly. I will never forget it to this day when it fired up!! It was a Masterpiece!!
Monday 18 Jun 2018
by Ron Burda
Bob Love flying Brassfield's Cavalier Mustang, now at the EAA Museum at Oshkosh in 2018. If picture taken at the Mojave Air Races, I'm in the backseat. Bob and I were close friends and went to most airshows and races together. I was a photojournalist for a large newspaper at the time.
Tuesday 22 May 2018
by Paul MacRae
On the day of the accident I was on the side of the road watching the Mustang doing aerobatics, I was very close as I watched it dive vertically into the ground. I was the first on the seine and I remember that the crash site was an almost circular disruption of the soil as if it had been ploughed , there was no sign of the aircraft at all it was all underground the only part was the canopy some distance away. To this day it still haunts me.
Thursday 19 Apr 2018
by Jonathan Geithner
George gave me a ride one day after I refueled his plane. Was working at Chatham while learning to fly. This was in the 1984. So sad to hear if his death.
Sunday 15 Apr 2018
by Howard L Hart
Worked at Piper Aircraft Corp from 1975 to 1986. Gave up my position as supervisor in 1983 to work as one of the aircraft mechanic on the PA 48 Piper Enforcer. Federal Aviation Administration registration number N481PE. Have picture of first one of two built, with the crew, copilot and pilot that worked on her. If anyone interested contact me. firstname.lastname@example.org
Monday 26 Mar 2018
by Dennis Cofer
I got to see Mr. Baugh fly Miss Coronado at an airshow in the early eighties. The show at Tullahoma and is one of my fondest memories. My late brother and I waited a couple hours to see it take off. The wait was nothing and was worth it.
Wednesday 21 Mar 2018
by John Elwell
Dave Levine: I have pictures of your father and the P-51 taken in 1976. E-mail me at email@example.com and I will happily share them with you.
Sunday 18 Mar 2018
by Doug Rogers
I was actually fortunate enough to get two rides with Gene Mallette in his P-51D Mustang. It was back in 2001 and each ride was close to 2 hrs in duration. Aircraft name My Sweet Mary Lou. Aircraft # N8677E
Thursday 15 Mar 2018
by Stacy Zimmer
If Bruce McEwen still has photo's of Tally Ho and Gunfighter taken at the Ludington airport I would love to see them. Wayne Meylan was my uncle, and I still remember getting the call on the day of the crash. He was an amazing man.
Tuesday 06 Mar 2018
by Larry Meal
This is the Mustang you have listed ...I think it was 214 ....That I IID as our former aircraft..You show my former partner...as Edward Kellermeyer. As owner Sept. 9, 1966 ...We took it to Trans Florida to convert the oxygen system to liquid....and the bill ran over $70,000. Which we could not afford...And they took possession.