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The North American Aviation P-51 Mustang was an American long-range single-seat World War II fighter aircraft conceived, designed and built by North American Aviation (NAA).

Battlefield 1942Edit

The P-51 is a vehicle featured in Battlefield 1942 and is the United States Army's main fighter aircraft. It has space for one player, who pilots the aircraft. It has two weapons available, its machine guns with 900 rounds of ammunition, and single bombs, with 15 units available. It spawns along with the B-17 Flying Fortress on many bases. It is replaced by the F4U Corsair on Pacific maps.

As with other fighter aircraft, the P-51 main role is mostly to support ground troops and to hunt enemy fighters and bombers. Its machine guns are very effective against lighter targets, such as aircraft and cars, and its single bomb can aid greatly in destroying enemy armor.

A bomb is also efficient against emplacements, as a single well-placed bomb can destroy any anti-aircraft gun, defgun or heavy machine gun position. The P-51 is especially fast and maneuverable, which makes it the optimal choice for dogfighting compared to other allied craft.

The P-51s prime weakness is its weak armor. Anti-aircraft guns rip through it in just a few shots. The Mustang requires a certain degree of skill to use effectively.

It is a direct equivalent to the Imperial Japanese Navy's A6M Zero, Red Army's Yak-9, British Army's Spitfire and the Wehrmacht's Bf 109.



Battlefield VEdit

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The P-51 is an aircraft featured in Battlefield V that was introduced in the 2020 Summer Update. It is a fighter used by the USA faction on European and North African maps, whereas the Corsair F4U appears on Pacific Maps. The German equivalent of the P-51 is the Bf 109.

Two variants of the P-51 are available, the P-51D and P-51K.

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