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By Tom Ivie, Tom Tullis

Nicknamed the ‘Bluenosed Bastards of Bodney’ as a result garish all-blue noses in their P-51s, the 352nd FG used to be the most profitable fighter teams within the 8th Air strength. Credited with destroying virtually 800 enemy airplane among 1943 and 1945, the 352nd entire fourth within the rating of all teams inside of VIII Fighter Command. at first built with P-47s, the crowd transitioned to P-51s within the spring of 1944, and it was once with the Mustang that its pilots loved their maximum luck. a variety of first-hand debts, fifty five newly commissioned artistic endeavors and one hundred forty+ pictures entire this concise historical past of the ‘Bluenosers’.

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