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Capt. Joseph G Farrell, Brooklyn NY, 503rd Fighter Squadron. P-51D 44-14890 D7-C/ “Whoa! To Joe’s Woes” This a/c was crash-landed on 24 March 1945 by Lt. William R Preddy, some twenty-four days before he was killed in action. The strange nickname on this P-51 has nothing to do with Capt. Farrell being named Joseph but rather a reference to the Russian Dictator Joseph Stalin who was constantly bemoaning the lack of a second front by the allies. D-Day of course put an end to “Joe’s Woes”.

Photo: NARA

 

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