404th Fighter Group - Snorting Bull P-47

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  1. Bucksnort101

    Bucksnort101 Well-Known Member

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    Looking for some pictures of a P-47 named Snoring Bull (Snortin Bull) flown by James A. Mullins of the 404the Fighter-Bomber Group of the 9th Air Force.
    I've found a few pictures via Google searches, thier history page, and in a couple books, but thought maybe some members would had other pictures of this aircraft or know where else to look.
     
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    i will look through the stuff i gathered together when building my P-47 for the PTO group build when i get chance Buck, will be a couple of days till my next day off though
     
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    Thanks, no hurry. This is for my first group build as well so I'm a long way from the painting stage. Some confusion on the paint job put on this particular P-47. Just want to confirm the paint scheme before I get too far along in case I need to change the marking I will use.
    This is a Fighter-Bomber unit that was based in the ETO, moved to the main European Continent in Mid '44?
     
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    Hey guys. I am new to the site and apologize if I am not posting in the proper location. If you still have questions about the Snortin Bull let me know. I am the pilots son and have quite a bit of info about his combat history and his three aircraft.
    Cheers.
     
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