Greatest Living World War II Ace Clarence “Bud” Anderson to share his story!

Anderson shares about his fighter pilot experiences in England, flying the P-51 Mustang Old Crow.

Anderson is a veteran of the 357th Fighter Group, which produced more aces during the war than any other group. Anderson himself is a triple ace with 16 ¼ victories. With a record like that, his story is sure to be compelling!

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