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An image from the collection of Eugene T. Wozniak. 
 
Images of escorting P-40 Warhawks with a painted shark's mouth somewhere over southern China, Indochina, or Burma during WWII, as taken from the tail gunner's window on a B-25 bomber.  Close in is the P-40 nicknamed "Princess,&...[Eugene T. Wozniak Collection]

Eugene T. Wozniak Collection

An image from the collection of Eugene T. Wozniak. 
 
Images of escorting P-40 Warhawks with a painted shark's mouth somewhere over southern China, Indochina, or Burma during WWII, as taken from the tail gunner's window on a B-25 bomber.  Close in is the P-40 nicknamed "Princess," tail number 155.  Who is this man in the cockpit?  This plane is likely of 75th Fighter Squadron, 23rd Fighter Group.
 
 
 
Notice tha the P-40 in the background painted with a skull, which is possibly from the 80th Fighter Group (thanks jbarbaud for pointing this out!):
 
P-40 Fighter over China in WWII.
See more background on Eugene T. Wozniak here
 
See all entries in the Eugene T. Wozniak collection here.

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