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P-51D Mustang, “The Bottisham Four,”
The P-51 Mustang was originally designed for the Royal Air Force. However, it became a long-range escort fighter for the U.S. armed forces against Nazi Germany. The production process was efficient and quick; about 14,000 were built during WWII. It was a powerful and fast aircraft with extensive range. The P-51 Mustang was stiff competition for the Luftwaffe.
26 July 1944: This iconic World War II photograph, The Bottisham Four was taken. Three days later, 361st Fighter Group commanding officer Colonel Thomas J.J. Christian, Jr., flying the lead plane, Lou IV, was killed and his Mustang destroyed in a dive-bombing attack.
None of these aircraft would survive the war.
Model made with Blender and textured in Substance Painter
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