Janie P-51 Mustang Print
Maj. William "Bill" Price
Stationed at Raydon, Suffolk, England, Maj. Price flew 108 missions and became an ace, scoring a total of 7 victories. His score was comprised of one FW 190, one Me-210, one Me-410, one He-111, and three Bf-109s. As an original member of the 350th FS, 353rd FG, he successfully completed two tours of combat flying P-47 Thunderbolts and P-51s. Maj. Price named all of his aircraft after his sister, Janie. The aircraft's Crew Chief was Sgt. Patton. Maj. After completion of his second tour, Janie P-51 Mustang 44-14419 LH-F was renamed 'Marilyn' and was written off after it was belly landed in Belgium on Christmas Day, 1944.
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Craig Tinder is an accomplished artist residing in North Carolina. His artwork has been featured in many books, magazines, public works projects, and exhibits and is popular with collectors from all over the world. Craig is passionate about his artistic endeavors and strives to achieve the most accurate and highly detailed fine art - whether it be printed on paper substrates, metal, or canvas.
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