P-51 D variant

The North American P-51 Mustang was an American long-range single seat fighter fighter/bomber that first entered service during WWII. Despite troubles with early designs the P-51 is recognized by many as being on of the best if not the best fighter of WWII. Mustang Pilots had more aircraft shot down than any other plane during the war.

History Edit

The P-51 Mustang first entered service as the NA-73X following a request from the British Governments Purchasing commision set up in the United States during WW2.