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P-51C bomber escort, built in the 1940’s and powered by a Rolls Royce Merlin engine.  “Ina the Macon Belle” which is in the foreground, was named and flown by Lt. Colonel Lee Archer, a member of the 302nd Fighter Squadron, 322nd Fighter Group, also known as the “Tuskegee Airmen”.  During his career Lt Colonel Archer shot down five enemy aircraft, thus becoming an Ace.  Art provided by MSgt Willie Jones, Jr.  Image is 6.417x3.49 inches @ 300 ppi


P-51C bomber escort, Art provided by MSgt Willie Jones, Jr.

P-51C bomber escort, built in the 1940’s and powered by a Rolls Royce Merlin engine. “Ina the Macon Belle” which is in the foreground, was named and flown by Lt. Colonel Lee Archer, a member of the 302nd Fighter Squadron, 322nd Fighter Group, also known as the “Tuskegee Airmen”. During his career Lt Colonel Archer shot down five enemy aircraft, thus becoming an Ace. Art provided by MSgt Willie Jones, Jr. Image is 6.417x3.49 inches @ 300 ppi

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