B-25C-1 Hoodie Women "Dirty Dora"


B-25C-1 "Dirty Dora" 

Women's cut

WW2 Collection 

BARNSTORMER presents the WW2 collection. A tribute to the history of the men and machines that wrote the great history of World War II.

Hoodie 100% cotton Molleton- Khaki, felt patch, embroidery and silk-screening.


September 1942 "Dirty Dora" was assigned to the 5th Air Force, 38th Bombardment Group, 405th Bombardment Squadron.

In July 1943, it was convoyed to RAAF Garbutt Field in Australia to be modified at the 4th Air Depot into a terrifying C version "Straffer", the most heavily armed of the B25s described by the U.S. Army as being "preferred over all other similar aircraft because of armament, speed, altitude performance, bombing platform stability, visibility and night flying and short field characteristics"...

Then, he returned to New Guinea and was assigned to the 345th Bombardment Group, 499th Bombardment Squadron, where he returned to 1st Lieutenant Victor Tatelman and crew chief Sergeant Perry W. Scot where he officially received that terrifying "Dirty Dora" livery.

Barnstormer offers here a hoodie inspired by the B-25C-1 "Dirty Dora" serial #41-12971 New Guinea summer 1943.

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