Chuck’s Guides – DCS P-51D Mustang

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Designed by North American Aviation in 1940, over 15,000 P-51 Mustangs saw action in the German, North African, Mediterranean, Italian and Pacific theaters before moving on to serve in the Korean conflict over a decade and a half later. The P-51 Mustang has a rich history and served as long-range escort for B-17 bombers over Germany and was a frontline fighter on the beaches of Normandy, along with the Spitfire. Praised by fighter pilots for its superb aerodynamic properties, the Mustang became a legendary aircraft and was flown by several squadrons like the renowned Red Tails.

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Table of Contents

PART 1 – INTRODUCTION
PART 2 – CONTROLS SETUP
PART 3 – COCKPIT & GAUGES
PART 4 – START-UP PROCEDURE
PART 5 – TAKEOFF
PART 6 – LANDING
PART 7 – ENGINE & FUEL MANAGEMENT
PART 8 – AIRCRAFT LIMITATIONS
PART 9 – WEAPONS
PART 10 – RADIO
PART 11 – NAVIGATION
PART 12 – AIR COMBAT
PART 13 – TAMING TAILDRAGGERS

Last Updated: 11/07/2019

Revision History:
  -11/07/2019: Revised Engine section and updated cockpit descriptions
  -06/02/2018: Initial Release

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DCS P-51D Guide