Bud Anderson is a WWII Triple Ace who flew the P-51 Mustang Old Crow, while assigned to the 357th Fighter Group "Yoxford Boys," 8th Air Force, Leiston Field, United Kingdom. The 357th Fighter Group was credited with shooting down 609 enemy aircraft in only 15 months, a pace no other fighter group equaled. The 357th produced 42 Aces - more than any other group. Bud was the leading Ace of the 363rd Fighter Squadron with 16 1/4 victories and today is the leading living ace of World War II. Col. Anderson will appear with the “Old Crow” P-51s in his World War II paint scheme. Thank you to P-51 owners Jack Roush and Jim Hagedorn for being the keepers of these treasures. They will talk about their aircraft. Bud’s World War II stories are always a big hit.