Not a WW2 aircraft per se, but the T-28 incorporated a lot of the P-51's design, and if you have flown one, you know just how much a little hot rod it is. Here is a 'civilianized' T-28 on the west coast that experienced a gear failure, what an awful feeling when you don't see three green soon after selecting "down". A superb job setting her down softly, and you can see the high AIA possible. These photo's sent to me by CPT Tony Kiggins (USN, RET) who flies for Alaska out of SeaTac (my college roommate 30 years ago!). Enjoy!