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P-51D Mustang ""Tall In the Saddle"" 99th Fighter Squadron, 332nd Fighter Group, WWII

P-51D Mustang ""Tall In the Saddle"" 99th Fighter Squadron, 332nd Fighter Group, WWII

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Later in WWII the Allied bombers were flying deep into Germany but suffered tremendous lossesbecause of the lack of range the fighter escorts had. German fighters would wait beyond therange of the Allied fighters and then attack the vulnerable bombers. Once the P-51, calledMustang by the British, had the Allison engine replaced with a British Merlin it possessed thehigh performance that had been lacking. With drop tanks the P-51 had the range to escortbombers all the way to Berlin and back.

P-51K Mustang 44-72035 Tall In The Saddle was delivered to the USAAF on December 21,1944. Originally destined for the 8th AF in England it was soon changed to the MediterraneanTheater of Operations with the 15th AF in Italy. 44-72035 was assigned to the 332nd FG/99th FSknown then as the Red Tails and later Tuskegee Airmen. The squadron provided bomberescort and ground attack sweeps over Germany, Austria and Czechoslovakia. Pilot GeorgeHardy flew many missions in this aircraft and Tall In The Saddle survived WWII wearing manybullet hole repairs.


Specifications for the North American Aviation P-51D MustangThe main difference between the D variant and the K variant was the use of the Aeroproductspropeller on the K instead of the Hamilton Standard propeller that was unavailable around thetime of these P-51s being produced. However some Ks will be seen with Hamilton Standard
because of field changes.


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Later in WWII the Allied bombers were flying deep into Germany but suffered tremendous lossesbecause of the lack of range the fighter escorts had. German fighters would wait beyond therange of the Allied fighters and then attack the vulnerable bombers. Once the P-51, calledMustang by the British, had the Allison engine replaced with a British Merlin it possessed thehigh performance that had been lacking. With drop tanks the P-51 had the range to escortbombers all the way to Berlin and back.

P-51K Mustang 44-72035 Tall In The Saddle was delivered to the USAAF on December 21,1944. Originally destined for the 8th AF in England it was soon changed to the MediterraneanTheater of Operations with the 15th AF in Italy. 44-72035 was assigned to the 332nd FG/99th FSknown then as the Red Tails and later Tuskegee Airmen. The squadron provided bomberescort and ground attack sweeps over Germany, Austria and Czechoslovakia. Pilot GeorgeHardy flew many missions in this aircraft and Tall In The Saddle survived WWII wearing manybullet hole repairs.


Specifications for the North American Aviation P-51D MustangThe main difference between the D variant and the K variant was the use of the Aeroproductspropeller on the K instead of the Hamilton Standard propeller that was unavailable around thetime of these P-51s being produced. However some Ks will be seen with Hamilton Standard
because of field changes.
Later in WWII the Allied bombers were flying deep into Germany but suffered tremendous lossesbecause of the lack of range the fighter escorts had. German fighters would wait beyond therange of the Allied fighters and then attack the vulnerable bombers. Once the P-51, calledMustang by the British, had the Allison engLater in WWII the Allied bombers were flying deep into Germany but suffered tremendous lossesbecause of the lack of range the fighter escorts had. German fighters would wait beyond therange of the Allied fighters and then attack the vulnerable bombers. Once the P-51, calledMustang by the British, had the Allison eng
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