George Philip Gaffney Jr.(click to see full-size image)

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The P-47 Aircraft

More Republic P-47 Thunderbolts were produced than any other WWII fighter aircraft. This is what George Gaffney flew. Photo shows Lt. Gaffney with his plane.

Lt. Gaffney and his plane
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Small Photo of P-47 Drawing of camoflaged P-47
Photo of P-47 painted for post-war racing.

Credit: http://aviationprints.com/aviationprints/repp47limed.html
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Painting of P-47 Thunderbolt Strike painting

Credit: Ed Markhamhttp://aviation-history.com/art/p47art.HTM
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Credit: http://www.oldgloryprints.com/Thunderbolt%20Strike.htm
(you can purchase this print at this link.) Painted as part of Ninth Air Force (European theater)