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P-51D Mustang "Bunnie" 100th FS, 332nd FG
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Category Paint SchemesP-51P-51D-20NA
Submitted by Goodwood
Author's Name
Sean "Goodwood" Nash
Compatibility P-51D-20-NA, P-51D-5-NT
PF Standalone No
Historical / Semi Historical Yes
MAT Compatible Unknown
Nationality USAAF
Pilot Captain Roscoe C. Brown
Markings: Blank Included? Yes
Time Period (ie 1939-45) 1944/1945
Markings: Historical? Yes
Tech: Brite Finished ? Yes
Tech: Resolution (512x512, 1024x1024) 1024x1024
Theatre Mediterranean
Markings: Nickname/Nose art Yes
Squadron 100th FS, 332nd FG
Published
Tue Nov 20, 2007 11:52 pm

P-51D Mustang "Bunnie" flown by Captain Roscoe C. Brown

The history of the 332nd Fighter Group, the first unit of African American airmen to see combat in WWII, is a long and storied one. Starting out in Alabama at an Army Air Corps airfield that had been built at the famed Tuskegee Institute, the cadets that would eventually form the 99th Pursuit Squadron endured many hardships, both from the Army itself and many of its officers. Eventually they, along with the 100th, 301st and 302nd Fighter Squadrons, the 332nd would travel the Mediterranean from one end to the other, eventually winding up conducting operations in Italy, having flown missions with virtually every type of fighter aircraft in the U.S. Army Air Force's inventory.

This P-51D represents #7, which was flown by Captain Roscoe C. Brown, who was the commanding officer of the 100th FS by the time the unit received its allotment of Mustangs. Two small swastikas on the port side represent Cpt. Brown's two victories; the rudder trim tab is painted black as was that on all 100th FS aircraft, and the yellow theatre bands are partially covered by Roscoe's signature red-painted landing gear doors. The aircraft itself bears moderate weathering, reflecting the constant pace of missions that the Tuskegee Airmen were called upon to perform; these included bomber escort. for which the Group earned a proud reputation.

A blank skin with national markings is included for mission builders and online flyers. The cockpit has also been reworked a bit.
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