P-47D Thunderbolt "Fiery Ginger", Col. Neel Kearby, CO 348th FG, New Guinea, 1943

Neel Kearby was one of the leading Thunderbolt aces with 22 enemy aircraft destroyed. On October 11, 1943 he led his 4-aircraft formation against a Japanese raid of 12 bombers and 36 fighters. Kearby shot down six aircraft during the action, with no American loss, and received the Medal of Honor for his actions.

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Col. Neel E. Kearby

P-47D-2-RE Thunderbolt s/n 42-8145 “Fiery Ginger”
Commanding Officer 348th Fighter Group
Jackson Airfield (7 Mile Drome)
Port Moresby, New Guinea, July 1943


Artist: Gaëtan Marie

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