357th FG Model Gallery

3 Beautiful "Bs" built by Tom Goodwin

Pregnant Polecat 

Captain Glendon Davis and Crew

Glendon Davis, 364th FS, 7 1/2 victories

     Glen Davis earned his wings on 9/29/42. He joined the 364th FS, 357th FG flying P-51's from Leiston, England. His first two victories were confirmed on 3/5/44 and were Fw-200K bombers over France. The next day he shot down an Me-110 and shared a Fw-190. His next victory was a shared Fw-190 the next day. Eight days later he claimed an Me-109 and shared in the destruction of an Me-110 making him an ace on 3/16/44. He concluded his scoring that April with an Me-109 and a Fw-190 bringing his total to 7.5 confirmed. On April 28th the engine of his Mustang, Pregnant Polecat, failed and he bailed out over France where he evaded the Germans with the help of the French Underground. He returned to England safely on 9/6/44. He left active duty in 1945 but returned to active duty in 1947 and finally retired from the service in April 1970 with 7.5 confirmed victories.

Chicago Gun Moll  flown by Robert D. Brown

Scrappy flown by Alvin Pyeatt (Click here to view a story on Al Pyeatt)

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