Pilots of 332nd Fighter Group (Tuskegee Airmen) discuss a mission at Ramitelli Airfield, Termoli, Italy, in World War II
Termoli Italy Date:1944, August Duration:1 min 21 sec Sound:NO SOUND
P-51s of the U.S. Army Air Forces 332nd Fighter Group (Tuskegee Airmen) parked on the ramp at Ramitelli Airfield, Termoli, Italy, in World War 2. Pilots of the 100th Squadron, 332nd Fighter Group, are seen recapping their completed mission. They are crouched on the Marsden matting (pierced steel planking) of the ramp in front of their Commanding Officer's P-51, named: "Skipper's Darlin." Pilots seen are: (L-R) Dempsey W. Morgan Jr.; Carrol S. Wood; Robert H. Nelson Jr.; Andrew D. Turner (Commanding Officer); and Clarence D. Lester. Separate sequence shows Captain Turner taxiing his P-51as his crew chief sits on the left wing, with feet dangling over its leading edge. Another P-51 completing a landing roll on the runway.
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