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Tail Fin Artwork on Air Force Planes

At the Museum of Aviation at Robins Air Force Base in Georgia there was a nice display of artwork found on the sides and tail fins of Air Force Planes. Many of these were squadrons or individual insignias that meant something special to the pilots and or air crew or even ground crew. This first one is “Desert Rat”. The second one on another plane’s tail fin was “Bealestreet Blues” (and we had just recently visited Beal Street in Memphis, Tennessee!)

What do you think?

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Written by JessButtery

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