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Wolf Hound (2022) movie poster.

Movie (2022)

Starring:
James Maslow (Captain David Holden)
Trevor Donovan (Major Erich Roth)
John Turk (Colonel Krieger)
Michael Wayne Foster (Captain Rolf Werner)


(Synopsis:)


Boeing B-17G Flying Fortress

Reg. N3193G s/n 44-85829 "Yankee Lady" originally built in July 1945. A year later she was transferred to Mustin Field, Naval Air Facility and converted to a PB-1G. In December 1946 she was transferred to the United States Coast Guard as BuAerNo 77255 (but not worn). In 1959 she was sold to the civilian market and nine years later converted to a fire tanker. In 1986 she joined the Yankee Air Museum's collection at Detroit, Willow Run Airport.
Same aircraft in other movies at IMPDb: Frequently Seen Aircraft (Military Fixed-Wing).
Aircarft wearing colors of 381st Bomb Group, 1st Bomb Wing, 1st Air Division, 8th Air Force.

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North American P-51D Mustang

Reg. N51EA built as North American P-51D Mustang for the USAAF. Sold and used by several air forces (Sweden, Nicaragua, Salvador). Back in the USA now on the civil registry in 1974 and changing of owner several times. Nàw

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Reg. N5420V P-51D-25NA, s/n 44-74202 (now painted as s/n 44-15660 “Swamp Fox”) delivered to the USAAF on 7 May 1945. Flew with several Squadron including (from 1949 on) some of the Air National Guard. September 1957 : dropped from inventory as surplus. Bought in 2007 and underwent a complete restoration until 2012.

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Supermarine Spitfire HF Mk. IXe

MJ730 Supermarine Spitfire HF Mk. IXe built in 1943. Flew with several air units including as HT-W for 95 bomber escort missions with 154 Squadron RAF (based in Corsica, Summer 1944).
Assigned to 32 Squadron RAF, Kolomaki, Greece from 9 October 1944 where she's the personnal aircraft of Squadron Leader George Silvester, DFC (GZ-?). Later stored in Brindisi (1946) before being delivered to Italian AF as MM4094 the same year.
Sold to Israel in 1955 where she ended as playground after active duty. Recovered in 1978 and full reconstruction (1980-1983) then registered as G-BLAS (1983-1988) and G-HFIX (1989-2000)... and N730MJ since 2000.

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Hawker Hurricane Mk 12

Reg. N943HH (code V6793 DZ-O) Hawker Hurricane built in 1943 as a Mk IIC (c/n 56022) code RCAF 5667. Restored in 1994 to a Mk 12 retaining her Rolls-Royce Packard Merlin 29 and first registered as N2549. The Military Aviation Museum, Virginia Beach, Virginia, USA.

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North American B-25J Mitchell

Reg. N7947C was able to fly again on saturday 19 November 2005. Built in 1944 (c/n 108-33404). Another part of The Military Aviation Museum.

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Consolidated B-24 Liberator

Just a background shape during an action scene ...

Left outer engine without its propeller.

Messerschmitt Me 262 A/B-1c Schwalbe

Reg. N262MF Messerschmitt Me 262 A/B-1c W.Nr.501243, so one of the five replicas built by Me 262 Project. Owner : The Military Aviation Museum.

Note the missing left wheel.

Messerschmitt Bf 109G

Reg. N109GY the Messerschmitt Bf 109G of The Military Aviation Museum built from a Buchón and now fitted with a DB 605. First flight on 20 May 2016.

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