Commemorative Air Force Douglas A-26B Invader and P51D Gunfighter at Airsho Midland TX,
The A-26 was an unusual design for an attack bomber of that period, as it was designed as a single pilot airplane. The traditional co-pilot's seat did not have flight controls, instead, a crew member who served as a navigator and bombardier sat in that position. A gunner who operated the defensive armament of remotely-controlled doral and ventral turrets. In the "C" model, the navigator also loaded the nose armament.
This particular Mustang is a "D" model, serial number 44-73264, which was the most produced P-51 model during the War with over 8,000 built. Today, about 140 Mustangs exist, world-wide, in Museums, flying or under restoration. No country in the world any longer flies the Mustang as part of their inventory. The Dominican Republic was the last country to do so and sold these aircraft on the civilian market in 1985
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