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Republic F-105D Thunderchief 61-0108 / RU (cn D303) Recent acquisition by the Palm Springs Air Museum. Obtained from Lackland Air Force Base.

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Ball turret of B-17G Flying Fortress, USAAF, WW2. Palm Springs Air Museum. Photo by Patrick Mack.

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Palm Springs Air Museum. North American P-51D Mustang (N151BP/44-74908) – This aircraft has recently been repainted to reflect that flown by the oldest surviving Tuskegee Airman Lt Bob Friend. Carrying the nose art ‘Bunny’, the aircraft distinctive red tail has also been signed by no less than 12 surviving Tuskegee pilots including Lt Friend himself.

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WW2 Era P-40 Tiger Shark Fighter Plane, Palm Springs Air Museum, Palm Springs, California, USA

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