The Lone Star Flight Museum is the proud owner of a P-51 Mustang that was recently restored at Ezell Aviation. In harmony with LSFM’s hometown heritage the plane was finished as Galveston Gal, the World war Two aircraft of Capt. Raymond Lancaster. On at least a dozen occasions Lancaster’s squadron flew support for the 303rd Bomb Group, which included the famous B-17 Flying Fortress Thunderbird. Now these two icons of the air war in Europe are flying together again.