I recognize it but can't recall the name, if anyone can tell me that would be great.
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This is a P-51D Mustang. The main clue for the "D" model is the bubble canopy.
To identify it as a P-51:
It has D-day paint stripes, which means it is not an obscure prototype of some other American fighter design.
It has a belly-mounted cooling air scoop, square rudder, wingtip and elevator tip profiles, and an induction air inlet under the prop spinner- which all distinguish it from the P-40, along with the bubble canopy.
It has a 4-blade prop, which distinguishes it from the P-39.
It has the engine in the nose and no cannon firing through the prop spinner, which distinguish it from the P-39 and the P-63.