North American Aviation's P-51: Past, Present & Future

Mustangs International
Fall 2017 


On the cover

Coronel Rafael Diaz Bonilla flying P-51D FAD 1912 with his wingman in P-51D FAD 1916. The two Mustangs were flying an anti-Cuban shipping patrol off the coast of the Dominican Republic. Photography by Michael O'Leary

in this issue

  • THE ESCAPE OF LT. GLENN GEYER
    P-51C pilot shot down over extremely hostile territory, but thanks to the help of Chinese guerillas, he managed to evade the Japs for over three months / ROBERT BOURLIER
  • THE  STARS  LOOK  DOWN
    How a modified P-51B was used to transport Gen. Dwight Eisenhower over the D-Dayinvasion area / STEVE BLAKE
  • DOWN AT DUXFORD
    Quick thinking and piloting skill prevent a disaster / DOUG FISHER
  • A MUSTANG'S STORY
    The incredible carreer of the P-51 that is now flying as Frenesi / MICHAEL O’LEARY
  • CONNIE'S LAST WARRIOR
    Famed Warbird collector Connie Edwards is disposing of his last combat-ready Guatemalan Mustang / MICHAEL O’LEARY
  • SUDDENLY A CONVERTIBLE!
    Pilot Nick Grey avoids a potential disaster with Berlin Express / DOUG FISHER
  • OUT OF ACTION
    What happened to this Ohio Air National Guard F-51H? /
    ROY STANTON
  • MUSTANG TECH
    Mustang improvements from the week of 24 July 1943 / STAFF
  • CIVVIE STREET
    More rare Kodachromes / DOUG FISHER
  • This Month's T.O.C.
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