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Republic P-47D Thunderbolt 'Norma'. The Thunderbolt was renowned for its ruggedness. It was the heaviest single-engine fighter of WW II and could take a beating from enemy fighters and still return back to base. This particular plane is painted in the markings of the 57th Fighter Group, 65th Fighter Squadron, based at Bradley Field.

Republic P-47D Thunderbolt 'Norma'. The Thunderbolt was renowned for its ruggedness. It was the heaviest single-engine fighter of WW II and could take a beating from enemy fighters and still return back to base. This particular plane is painted in the markings of the 57th Fighter Group, 65th Fighter Squadron, based at Bradley Field.