One of the greatest fighter pilots ever, Blakeslee led the 4th FG to become the leading American fighter unit in Europe. Discreet by nature, Blakeslee's aircraft was never decorated. He is credited with 15.5 aerial and 2 ground victories but some sources suggest his actual score to be much higher. He flew over 500 combat missions in 1,000 hours, more than any US pilot in WW2.
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Col. Donald “Don” Blakeslee
(September 11, 1917 – September 3, 2008)
Commanding Officer, 4th Fighter Group
P-51D-5-NA “Mustang” s/n 44-13779
Artist: Gaëtan Marie
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