P47 Thunderbolt Crash Relic – Recovered from Arnhem



Here’s a P-47 Thunderbolt Aileron that was recovered by archaeologists in Arnhem during the early 70’s.  Pieces like this are getting harder to come by.  It’s a large section measuring 60″ in length by 27″ in width.  It still has a section of trim tab attached to it.  An aileron is a hinged flight control surface usually attached to the trailing edge of each wing of a fixed-wing aircraft.  Ailerons are used in pairs to control the aircraft in roll, which results in a the plane banking.  This is the perfect piece to hang in your display room, man cave or bar wall.  Definitely a cool piece of history!

Republic P-47D Thunderbolt, nicknamed “Jug,” During WW II, the P-47 served in almost every active war theater and in the forces of several Allied nations.




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