357th fighter group museum
A P51 Mustang of the 357th Fighter Squadron, 355th Fighter Group. Handwritten Caption on reverse: 'Lt Hal Knight Weidman Pie. ' Show caption About this image. Drawn from the records of the National Museum of the Mighty Eighth Air Force, Savannah, Georgia Paul Andrews, Project Bits and Pieces, 8th Air Force Roll of Honor database TheWelcome to the Capt. Fletcher E. Adams 357th Fighter Group Museum website! Here you can find many of the items displayed in the museum in Ida, Louisiana. The museum opened in July 2010. For news coverage of the grand opening event, please visit the links on our museums home page. Enjoy browsing through the items archived on this website. 357th fighter group museum
357th Memorial Page Click this link to visit the new Capt. Fletcher E. Adams 357th Fighter Group Museum onlineview the exhibits currently in the museum, along with
357th Fighter Group. 1. 6K likes. This fan page is a forum whereby folks can share historical information and images relating to the 357th Fighter Group THE 357th at LEISTON. In January 1944 the 357th Fighter Group of the USAAF arrived at Leiston Airfield. The group consisted of 1000 men and 125 Aircraft organised into 3 squadrons. The Long Shop Museum is a charity registered with the Charity Commission for England and Wales. Registration Number357th fighter group museum The 357th Fighter Group was the first P51 Mustang Group in the Eighth Air Force, training with them from November 1943 at Raydon, England and entering combat with them in the February of the following year from their new base at Leiston.