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North American TB-25 Mitchell (N5672V)

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Once in a lifetime opportunity to catch warbirds over Maho...March 2011

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Jimmy Robinson
Wow! I really like this shot. There are so many great elements-people with cameras, sand being kicked up, the shadow on people, everybody focused on the plane, and of course, the plane.
Juan Diaz
Saint Marteen
johntalley1
awesome picture!!!!
Bill Green
Air Apaches 500th bomb group.
artracer
The worlds noisiest prop aircraft
Bror Monberg
What a shot!...good 'human interest' with a beautiful A/C...imagine flying that off the Hornet...on a 1 way trip to Tokyo...
Leonard Shilton
A little different than the jumbos that almost scrape the beach (and the beach goers!) at St. Maartens. Great shot. Old warbirds are the coolest!
Valerie Shy
No matter how many times I see photos of airplanes over this beach at St. Maarten - they are always amazing, and this one is truly awesome of 'Betty's Dream'.
Joe Wood
That dude in the foreground is blistered! GR8 aircraft! Did a lot for the moral of the American people after Doolittle's raid on Japan.
Nate Rasband
Thats rare fort that plane all the way down there.
Mike C
That dude on the bottom right has a really bad sunburn....
jesse kyzer
1945 NORTH AMERICAN B-25J owned by BETTYS DREAM LLC)
Her registration was changed to the current N5672V in September of 1994. From 1994 to 1999, she underwent restoration work. Her first flight after restoration was in March of 1999. Since restoration, she has flown as "Betty's Dream". She is now owned by the Texas Flying Legends Museum.

SUPER THANK YOU! to everyone who help keep these Ol birds flying.
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