North American P-51D-5-NA Mustang #44-13926 from the 375th Fighter Squadron. Aircraft crashed on 9 August 1944, and the pilot was killed. The aircraft located at the Olympic Flight Museumin Olympia, Washington, which carries the serial number 44-13926 and is marked as airworthy, is a recreation of the original.
XP-51 41-039, one of two Mustang Mk I aircraft handed over to the USAAC for testing
P-51D 44-14888 of the 8th AF/357th FG/363rd FS, named Glamorous Glen III, is the aircraft in which Chuck Yeager achieved most of his 12.5 kills, including two Me 262s – shown here with twin single-use 108-gallon (409-l) drop tanks fitted. This aircraft was renamed "Melody's Answer" and crashed on Mar 2, 1945, from unknown causes at Haseloff, West of Treuenbrietzen, Germany
Top-scoring Mustang ace of WWII, Major George Earl Preddy Jr. with 26.83 aerial victories and 5 aircraft destroyed on the ground (first 3 victories were achieved on P-47)