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N887XP — - EAA Airventure 2019
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EAA Airventure 2019

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Harry Ellett
F82 Mustang
Love these so much!
Alan Brown
Great photo! Thanks for showing us that this one is still flying, and no longer just experimental or a dream.
Thank you for posting this photo
I love this Plane as well as the P51
ian mcdonell
Nice
Nate AndersPhoto Uploader
Thank you all!
Alan Hume
Never really saw the point of these. Fortunately the jet-age made them obsolete as soon as they were made.
Excellent picture wish we had one over in England I have noticed on flight radar a lot of ( to us). Odd aircraft mainly in Norfolk near usaf/ army airbases
ken kemper
Nate....

A great pic and I enjoyed the F82 back in 2019 at Oshkosh.
Al Bauer
There is one of these in the Air Force Museum at Wright-Patterson Air Base in Dayton Ohio.
Gary Grogan
These were rather rare, and more of a bomber, than a fighter plane!
Alan Hume. Twice the power with two less main gear and a whole wing, tail is centered but the outer part of one of the main wing on both aircrafts are gone, lighter and faster I bet!
themold
Back in the late 60's I saw one parked in the boneyard (Davis-Monthan AFB)
Wow, they're flying so close, it's almost like they're joined together . Typical photographic witchcraft
Will Sutton
There was an example of this on static display when I was at Basic Training at Lackland AFB, TX in Aug-Sep 1971.
Super looking unusual aircraft. Would love to see and hear it
Bror Monberg
Designed as fighter escorts for long range bombers.
Very unusual super looking aircraft, should love to see and hear one
adelma
Twice the fun with two Allisons! Had a friend who was a right-seat radar guy in F-82F's in Alaska. He claimed the left-seat pilot could land 'his side', while keeping the right side up in the air!!

"Put me down!"
They had 82S based at Ladd air force base when I was there in 1948.Great plane.
Justin Smith
I own a piece of the skin of one of these. Such an odd and cool airplane at the same time.
Nice catch and a great photo of an unusual and rare plane. Wish I had heard it fly over - two Allisons ??
David Mursch
Primary purpose was to be a night fighter. They were used early in the Korean War. A radome was attached to the right wing and the radar operator was in the right cockpit. An early version of the GIB. Some F4U Corsairs had a similar radar set up, but only the one pilot. The F-82 was too late for WWII, and too few for Korea to be really effective. If we would have had to use B-29's to bomb Europe from North American bases, the F-82 would have been the primary long range escort.
Thinking why they didn't label it as a (PP-102)....51+51=102.....;))))
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