Three P-51 Mustang fighter airplanes bought with war bonds parked at an airfield in the European Theater.
European Theater Date:1944, May 31 Duration:1 min 4 sec Sound:NO SOUND
P-51s bought with war bonds in the European Theater during World War II. Three United States Army Air Forces (USAAF) P-51 Mustang fighter airplanes bought with war bonds parked at an airfield. An MP (Military Police) guard works on the nose of a P-51. Another MP walks up to a P-51. 'Pride Of The Yanks' and 'Maisie R' written on P-51s. The MP puts his hand on the nose of the aircraft. The MP standing on a wing of the aircraft shakes hands with a pilot. He gets down the wing. A MP guard stands beside the wing of a P-51 and salutes. A pilot walks up to him and shakes hands with him.
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