ORIGINAL WWII AAF BOMBER NOSE ART PHOTO SPIRIT OF THE ORDER OF THE GOLDEN CHAIN

This is one of a group of ORIGINAL World War II Vintage nose-art photographs that were taken in Warton Airfield in England known as BAD-2.. From the collection of the serviceman pilot that actually flew a P-51 fighter airplane. Please see pics for condition. From January 1944, Warton specialised in B-24 Liberators, P-51 Mustangs and in-line engines; and Burtonwood the B-17 Flying Fortresses, P-38 Lightnings and radial engines. Warton processed 10,068 aircraft including every type of US aircraft used in Europe in WWII, and quite a few British types as well. This number excludes almost 4,000 that were cleared by inspection only and ferried on to their respective Squadrons and Groups. Processed at BAD2 Warton were: 4,372 North American P-51 Mustangs; 2,894 Consolidated Liberators.
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Item: 476

Price: $10.00
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ORIGINAL WWII AAF BOMBER NOSE ART PHOTO SPIRIT OF THE ORDER OF THE GOLDEN CHAIN