North American P-82H Twin Mustang

Last revised October 15, 1999

Five P-82Gs and nine P-82Fs were modified for cold-weather usage in Alaska. They were redesignated P-82H.

46-384/388	North American P-82H Twin Mustang 
			c/n 150-38270/38274
			Redesignated F-82H in 1948.
46-496/504	North American P-82H Twin Mustang 
			c/n 150-38382/38390
			Redesignated F-82H in 1948.


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