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F4U-1 Corsair lines up for takeoff aboard the USS Wasp

Aviation worldwar Corsair of Fighting Squadron VF 10 spotted on the flight deck of the aircraft carrier Enterprise CV 6 on March

F-4 Corsair landing on an aircraft carrier near the Phillippines.

A Corsair coming in for a landing. So, why is that I LOVE the carrier based plane? Maybe, it is the dangerous fun of the carrier landing!

B-17 Flying Fortress

Boeing Flying Fortress - ❤️ this beaut! My Uncle John was a mechanic for this plane in WW II while in England. I have a special place in my heart for this aircraft!

This Man Builds A Short Stirling WWII Bomber In His Garden Shed!

Royal Air Force armourers check sixteen bombs before they are loaded into a Short Stirling heavy bomber S/N 101 of No 1651 Heavy Conversion Unit at Waterbeach, Cambridgeshire, England - 29 April 1942

Corsair and pilot. #corsair

Even worn and weathered, the Corsair is one beautiful warbird. Looks like a good spot to sit down for a few.

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Curtiss Warhawk - the plane renowned for it's duty flights in China with the Flying Tigers squadron. The Warhawk was used by most Allied powers during World War II, and remained in frontline service until the end of the war.

Dauntless, the old workhorse of the US navy

WWII Dauntless, restored after being in Lake Michigan for 40 years. On display at Pensacola, FL air museum.

Mabel Love, 1900′s.

The Mitsubishi Raiden was a single-engined land-based fighter aircraft used by the Imperial Japanese Navy Air Service in World War II. The Allied reporting name was "Jack"

Dehavilland Mosquito, figter bomber. 400mph, 4*.303 machine guns, 4*20mm cannon, 8*60mm rockets. and sometimes bombs as well. Not bad for a flying piano.: Mosquito Aircraft, Military Aircraft, Finest Aircraft, Airplanes, Wood, England Aircraft Mosquito, A

When the Mosquito entered production in it was one of the fastest operational aircraft in the world.Entering widespread service in the Mosquito first operated as a high-speed, high-altitude photo-reconnaissance aircraft, and continued to opera

Navy OS-2U Kingfisher scout plane WWII

Samuel 'Ted' Hutchins of Port Charlotte, Fla. climbs out of his Chance-Vought Kingfisher spotter-plane after coming back aboard the Battleship.

September 6, 1940:  The first production Douglas scout bomber (SBD) is delivered to the U. S. Navy. The aircraft is given the name “Dauntless.”

Catalog 00006069 Manufacturer: Douglas Designation: SBD Official Nickname: Dauntless Notes: Repository: San Diego Air and Space Museum Archive

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