How is a Die-cast P51 educational?
|Tuskegee P51 Mustang|
"Between early June 1944 and the end of April 1945, the Red Tails conducted at least 311 combat missions for the Fifteenth Air Force. Of these, the 332nd Fighter Group flew 179 bomber escort missions. On only seven of these missions were Tuskegee-Airmen escorted bombers shot down by enemy aircraft. The number of Tuskegee Airmen-escorted bombers shot down by enemy aircraft was 27, while the average number lost by the other six fighter groups was 46. The Tuskegee Airmen lost significantly fewer bombers than the average of the other fighter groups in the Fifteenth Air Force" DANIEL L. HAULMAN, Chief, Organizational Histories Branch, Air Force Historical Research Agency
|CAF RedTail Traveling Setup|
The rig setup is somewhat like a transformer triple wide. One side extends out to become the almost 180 degree curved screen and the other side extends out for small bleacher type seating. Easily hold 20 - 30 kiddos at a time. There would be no charge for this either. All attendees would also depart with red alloy metallic dog-tag etched with: Aim High, Believe in Yourself, Use Your Brain, Be Ready to Go, Never Quit and Expect to Win. Please watch their video and learn more.