Ground crews work on P-51s of USAAF 332nd Fighter Group (Tuskegee Airmen) in Italy during World War II
Termoli Italy Date:1944 Duration:2 min 32 sec Sound:NO SOUND
Ground crewmen servicing P-51s of the U.S. Army Air Forces 332nd Fighter Group (Tuskegee Airmen) at Ramitelli Airbase, Termoli, Italy, during World War 2. Two ground crewmen remove cover and check accessory section of engine on P-51 named "Little Deanna." They look in cockpit and discuss sonething. Armorer loads belts of 50 cal. ammunition in wings of a P-51. Adjacent airplane is named "Stinky." Ground crewmen bring a drop fuel tank and install it under wing of a P-51. A P-51 taxiing with a crew chief sitting on the wing, guiding the pilot.
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