20th Fighter Group - Aircraft Specials series (6176) by Ron MacKay, Don Greer

By Ron MacKay, Don Greer

The 20 th Fighter crew joined the eighth Air strength Command in Dec of '43, flying the P-38 in lengthy variety bomber escort position. the gang later switched over to the P-51 in July of '44. the crowd destroyed a complete of 449 enemy plane in the course of its strive against travel. Over one hundred fifty photographs, eight pages of colour, eighty pages.

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