Blue P-51D

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  1. STALAG8611

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    Hi, this is my first time on this site and I'll start wth a question: Did the
    P-51D, 375th FS/361st FG {ES 2] ever come in a blue camo scheme?
    A pubication I have, "Aircraft of WW 11" shows that particular plane in bue camo. Does anyone know if the artist, Don Stephens, got it right?
     
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    361 st vets simply say with laughter ............ no,

    it's bogus man
     
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    As I said there were no fully blue P-51s. There were ones with blue paint as in the ones in Erichs signature.
     
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    that is why they were called the Blue Nose Bastards of Bodney, the only Stangs with a Blue nose like that

    other than that with the warbird painted in the yellowjacket nose coloration and blue wings and tail that is all a myth, some would like to think otherwise
     
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