The North American B-25 was an American used by many Allied air forces, in every theater of World War II, as well as many other air forces after the war ended.
The B-25 was named to honor of Ge... (more)
"Problem Child" on display in the March Field Museum. Delivered to USAAF as 44-31032 in 1944 and now wearing a civilian registration N3174G.
ex U.S. Army # 44-28938; sold onto the civilian market in 1958 & restored in 1995.
"Axis Nightmare" B-25 Mitchell WWII Bomber rolling out to taxi for takeoff on 3R, after being on display for 2 days at "Lunken Days" static displays.
"Panchito" keeps it fast and low, taking off during the Saturday Warbird Airshow.
2011 Planes of Fame Airshow - Chino, CA
Airshow at World War II Weekend 2014.
Photo pass from Panchito at MCAS Cherry Point
Titusville AirShow 2014