This P-40 served in the Pacific with the USAAF as 41-19841 and was eventually abandoned on Espiritu Santu, Vanuatu. Fortunately she was rescued from the jungle in the 1970 and has been restored as 'Lee's Hope', flown by 1st Lt. Robert J. Duffield in North Africa/Mediterannean. Pictured taxying in after her display at Flying Legends 2014.
This authentic WWII veteran is pictured taxying in after completing her display at Flying Legends 2014. She is operated in her 222 Squadron scheme as piloted by South African Flt. Lt. Henry Landner-Burke, who scored in combat seven and a half kills plus three damaged
This P-40 served with the USAAF as 41-13357 before being shipped to the USSR as part of the Lend Lease programme in Dec. 1941. Fortunately the hulk was recovered in the 1990s and has been superbly restored in the scheme of 39-159, a P-40C that was stripped of it's olive drab camouflage paint and used as a personal 'hack' for base commanders at Chanute Field, KS. It became G-CIIO in December 2014.
This magnificently powerful aeroplane is operated by the Royal Navy Historic Flight and is pictured taxying in after a super flying display at Flying Legends 2014. Unfortunately this aircraft was badly damaged during a forced landing at Culdrose just over two weeks later.