North American TB-25 Mitchell (N75755)
B-25 Mitchell/45-8883 makes a low pass over Boeing Field during a Boeing celebration
This one was in my back yard. Thanks Bill!
The black and white bands were painted on the fuselages and wings of Allied aircraft during World War II to reduce the chance that they would be attacked by friendly forces during and after the Normandy Landings.
@Collin Seftel, exactly. They're called "invasion stripes"
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