It's not the biggest plane sitting at Pappy Boyington Field, but it's one of the oldest. The Maid in the Shade, built in 1943, saw 15 missions out of Corsica, Italy during World War II. It routinely bombed targets in northern Italy including bridges and caves used for the transport of German goods. For two of those missions, it flew over Yugoslavia to bomb rail lines.
The Maid in the Shade retired early after its 15 missions. Most aircraft during the war could make 40-120 missions before they were retired, except for the thousands that were damaged and went down over sea and land.