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A 1947 agreement made between France and America states that all materials of the American Air Corps removed from French soil would remain the property of the US Air Force. The remains of P-51D 44-15331 have therefore been officially given to the Fort de Leveau Museum at Feignies, close to La Longueville where it met its end. A visit to see the exhibit should be included in any proposed visit to Northern France. Photo shows part of the exhibit dedicated to Lt. Patton.

Photo: Adjutant Michel Archimbault, Gendarmerie Nationale

 

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