1/48 Eduard, P-51D-20, 44-72570, flown by Lt. Ralph S. Gardner / 2nd Lt. Chester Jatczak, 457th FS, 506th FG, 20th AF, Iwo Jima, June/July 1945.

This aircraft was shared by Ralph Gardner and Chet Jatczak, named FIGHTING LADY on port side was later renamed to BROADWAY GAL with inscription on the nose. For Chet Jatczak this was Broadway Gal plane No.2, as he flew the No.538 also named Broadway Gal previously in June and early July. The aircraft No.538 was shot down near Suzuka on July 16th, 1945, while was flown by Capt John Benbow during the strafing of airfields in Nagoya area. He became most probably a victim of Maj. Yohei Hinoki flying a Ki-100. The Broadway Gal printing style is not known. The original squadron color were green stripes on the tail, replaced by solid green paint after the squadron entered the operation for the better visibility.