America’s formidable WWII fighter aircraft was the P-40 Warhawk which was to be replaced by the P-51 Mustang. The Mustang with its excellent range and combat performance became the primary bomber escort for the US throughout World War II. The P-51 saw service in several other rolls after the war including participating in aircraft tests after retirement in the US Air Force.
Features of the P51D Mustang Aircraft:
- U.S. Fighter
- Propeller - driven aircraft, single engine
- Service - USAAF, RAF, and others
- In service: 1942-1984 (Dominican Air Force)
- Manufacturer: North American
The P51D was an important WWII fighter plane.