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North American Aviation A-36 Invader Footage
North American Aviation P-51B Mustang Flight Line
P-51 Mustangs Set Transcontinental US Flight Record, 1944
North American Aviation P-51D Mustang Flight Line
North American Aviation P-51D Mustang Factory Test Flight
North American Aviation F-51s on Flight Ramp
North American Aviation P-51 Mustang Factory Test Flight
North American Aviation P-51D Mustang Assembly Line
North American Aviation Family Day, May 7, 1944
North American Aviation YF-107 Ultra Sabre B-roll
North American Aviation B-25H Mitchell Factory Testing
North American Aviation P-51D Mustang
North American Aviation B-25C Mitchell Test Flight
North American Aviation B-25B Mitchell Test Flight over Pacific Coast
Douglas A-26/B-26 Invader
North American Aviation B-25H Mitchell Test Flight
X-36 Flight Test Highlights
McDonnell Aircraft F2H Banshee
A-4M Skyhawk B-roll
Boeing X-32A Flight Test Highlights
P-51B/C Mustang and A-36A Invader Striking Ground Targets
Although first designed for the British as a medium-altitude fighter, the Mustang excelled in hedge-hopping strafing runs and long-range escort duty.
The pairing of the P-51 airframe and Packard-Merlin V-1650 engine was designated P-51B or P-51C. B (NA-102) being manufactured at Inglewood, Calif., and C (NA-103) at Dallas, Texas. The P-51Bs and Cs started to arrive in England in August and October 1943.
The A-36 Invader was a modified design of the P-51 to serve as a dive bomber for ground attack.
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North American Rockwell
vintage / retro