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Named after General Billy Mitchell, the Army Air Corps' most famous figure of the 1920s and 1930s, the North American B-25 proved to be one of the best American weapons of World War II. First flown on August 19,1940, the B-25 was a rugged, adaptable and accurate medium bomber. Famed for its role in the Doolittle Raid on Japan, the B-25 served around the world and flew with several air forces. North American produced the Mitchell in many different models, nearly 10,000 B-25s in all. The Cavanaugh Flight Museum

Comments (20)



9:51PM | Sun, 16 August 2020

Awesome find Richard.

Thanks for sharing the background information.



10:18PM | Sun, 16 August 2020

Very cool.



11:30PM | Sun, 16 August 2020

And that's some lovely nose art on that old girl. Very cool. We built thijgs to take a hit back in the war.



1:29AM | Mon, 17 August 2020

Nice capture. Does this one carry passengers? It looks like the top of the bombardier's compartment has been modified to give the occupants a better view.


9:38AM | Mon, 17 August 2020

I do not know. that piece of lexan must have cost the price of a car



1:36AM | Mon, 17 August 2020

looks amazing after all these years, great shot



1:41AM | Mon, 17 August 2020

Nice capture Richard, but i think it's a Douglas A-26 Invader later renamed B-26 Invader witch saw service during WW2, Korea, Vietnam and other wars around the world.


4:16PM | Mon, 17 August 2020

the information that I put was from the owner of the plane and museum website. I have no knowledge of the identity



3:48AM | Mon, 17 August 2020

wonderful capture dear richard. hugs. di di. xx



6:32AM | Mon, 17 August 2020

Cool, great capture!


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10:08AM | Mon, 17 August 2020

cool craft and lady on the plane. super shot and view.



1:51PM | Mon, 17 August 2020




3:39PM | Mon, 17 August 2020

What a wonderful photo of this vintage B-25 ! Many thanks for sharing .


6:08PM | Mon, 17 August 2020

Beautiful photo of this B-25!



7:46PM | Mon, 17 August 2020

The B-25 along with the B-17 are two of my most favorite WW2 era aircraft. A joy to see one totally restored.



1:42AM | Tue, 18 August 2020

It's very beautiful ❤️



1:11PM | Tue, 18 August 2020

Fantastic done.



5:44PM | Tue, 18 August 2020

Yo Richard, I do not want to start a war (LOL), but like ikke.evc, I too thought this was mislabeled by you. Long story short - I looked up B-26 (A-26) for photos and found this very plane actually in flight. It was easily identifiable by the plexiglass nose and the wonderful nose art. Unfortunately I was not able to post said picture. I am sure somewhere along the way someone got their wires crossed. No big deal, just trying to help out. Keep em flyin'.


8:54PM | Tue, 18 August 2020

Great capture of the A-26. Douglas A-26 Invader. "Hard to Get" is an A-26 Serial Number 44-35710 displayed at The Cavanaugh Flight Museum, Addison, Texas.



2:02AM | Wed, 19 August 2020

That is a beautiful plane! It actually looks futuristic. Nice photo.



5:05AM | Fri, 21 August 2020

Fabulous art work on this plane



4:17PM | Fri, 21 August 2020


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