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Airplane Photograph - Pacific Prowler by Barbara Teller

Pacific Prowler is a photograph by Barbara Teller which was uploaded on June 7th, 2010.

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Thanks for the information Dan, this is very interesting

This is very cool history... The North American B-25, Pacific Prowler, is one of just a handful of B-25s that still fly today. The B-25 Mitchell Bomber was made famous on the daring Doolittle Raid on Tokyo which took place four months after the Japanese bombed Pearl Harbor. The B-25 Bomber went on to become the most versatile medium bomber of World War II, seeing combat in every theater of operation. The Pacific Prowler is a "J" Model North American B-25 Mitchell. The original Prowler was deployed to the Pacific Theater and flew over 120 missions before returning home after the war.... Thanks for your wonderful comments on my art and photos.

Cool, well done.

Pretty cool backdrop on the Prowler Barabara. I painted a portrait of the owner/pilot last year.