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Curtiss P-40 Warhawk/Kittyhawk/Tomahawk - USA
Serial: 17/35P Unit: 35th PS, 8th PG, USAAC P-40-CU, 35th Pursuit Squadron, end 1941. At the time the nationality roundels had replaced the unit insignia on the fuselage. The red, white and blue nationality markings on the tail have been painted over with olive drab; the white band indicates a unit commander.
Artist: unknown Source: "Curtiss P-40 from 1939 to 1945" by Anis Elbied and Daniel Laurelut, Planes and Pilots, Histoire & Collections 2002. ISBN: 2-913903-47-9
According this source: P-40B; 33rd PS, 35th PG.
Artist: unknown Source: "P-40 Warhawk" Part.1, in Detail & Scale No.61 (8261); (c) 1999 by Detail & Scale, Inc. ISBN: 1-888974-14-1