As arguably the finest fighter aircraft of WWII, the Mustang went on to be selected as the USAF primary piston-engined fighter after the war, with all other types relegated to secondary roles, or withdrawn from service. The re-designation of USAF aircraft in 1948 saw the P for Pursuit change to F for Fighter, resulting in the Mustang becoming a North American F-51D.
Featuring new parts and new schemes!
- Scheme 1: ‘Rotation Blues’ 67th FBS Korea
- Scheme 2: F51D 77 Squadron RAAF Korea 1951
- Scheme 3: J26 Mustang, Swedish Air Force