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North American TB-25 Mitchell (VARIOUS)

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Memorial flyby for LT. Bob Friend at the PSP Air Museum

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Curtis Smith
Awesome old iron(or aluminum...)!
Tomer Ariav
I see a B-25, a P-40, maybe a Thunderbolt, the fighter from the Korean war but no 738-900
Lucca
Left to right, T33,P40,P63,P47,B25.
Michael Garber
Where is the Boeing 737-900?
James Hamilton
OBVIOUSLY THERE IS NO 737-900 IN THIS PHOTO BUT THE ACTUAL PLANES (LEFT TO RIGHT) ARE: T-33 SHOOTING STAR (T-BIRD), P-40 WARHAWK, P-63 KINGCOBRA, P-47 THUNDERBOLT AND B-25 MITCHELL.
Thomas O’Brien
The P47 looks slick with the invasion stripes. Most B25s were OD during the war.
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