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B25 Matted Print

B25 Matted Print

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The North American B-25 Mitchell was classified as a twin engine medium bomber and named in honor of General Billy Mitchell, a pioneer of U.S. military aviation and was first flown in the late 1930’s. The B-25 served admirably in all theaters of operation throughout WWII but the majority of B-25’s flew in the Pacific Theater. A safe and forgivin...


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