Pilots of the USAAF 100th fighter Squadron, 332nd Fighter Group (Tuskegee Airmen) after landing, during World War II
Termoli Italy Date:1944 Duration:1 min 21 sec Sound:NO SOUND
Several P-51s parked on marsden matting pierced steel ramp at Ramitelli Airfield, Termoli, Italy, during World War 2. Several pilots of the U.S. Army Air Forces 100th Fighter Squadron, 332nd Fighter Group (Tuskegee Airmen), climb out of their P-51s and gather with their Commanding Officer, Andrew D. Turner, in front of his airplane named: "Skipper's Darlin," to discuss their completed flight. The pilots are: Dempsey W. Morgan Jr.; Carrol S. Wood; Robert H. Nelson Jr.; Andrew D. Turner ; and Clarence D. Lester. Separate sequence shows P-51s, of the 100th Squadron, taxiing across the marsden matting surface of the airfield with crew chiefs sitting on their wings. (One is Captain Turner's "Skipper's Darlin.")
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