Bill Scheltema’s Mustang II
See the full story of this airplane and its builder in the Nov. 2008 issue of Sport Aviation.
Timeless Voices - George Brooks
George Brooks flew P-51 Mustangs with the 382nd Fighter Squadron of the 363rd Fighter Group, 9th Air Force during WWII. He was shot down on his sixth mission over France on August 13, 1944, but evaded capture and made it back to friendly lines.
GML 2007: Meeting a Legend
Brian Collins, EAA 812407, and his son Zachary meet their hero, Nobel Peterson, at the Gathering of Mustangs & Legends held this fall in Columbus, Ohio. Peterson flew 106 combat missions in the P-51 Mustang in WWII.
Timeless Voices - Wayne Mark
Wayne Mark was part of the original cadre of personnel that formed the 486th Fighter Squadron of the 352nd Fighter Group, where he served as one of the squadron's three Operations Officers during World War II.
Spitfire vs. Mustang: The Video
The Ford Motor Company pulled out all the stops when it created the one-of-a-kind commemorative Eagle Squadron Mustang that was the pinnacle live auction lot at EAA’s fundraiser, The Gathering.
AirVenture 2006 Recap From MidwesternPilot
Submitted By: RogerDodger from Kansas City AirVenure 2006.
Timeless Voices - Alexander Jefferson
Alexander Jefferson was a Tuskegee Airman during World War II. As a P-51 pilot with the 301st Fighter Squadron of the 332nd Fighter Group he flew 18 missions before being shot down on Aug. 12, 1944. He spent 9 months as a POW in Stalag Luft 3.