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British Royal Navy Hellcat fighter, circa 1943

[Photo] British Royal Navy Hellcat fighter, circa 1943

British Royal Navy Hellcat fighter, circa 1943 Source National Library of Australia Identification Code Added By C.

Grumman F6F Hellcat. Introduced in 1943 as the U.S. Navy and Marine Corps replacement for the F4 Wildcat. Credited with destroying more enemy aircraft (5,271) than any other Allied aircraft in World War II.

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1943 The Bearcat was heavily influenced by its larger cousin, the Hellcat. USN - scan from Jeffrey Ethell: American Warplanes. Arms & Armour Press p. ISBN Cited as US Navy picture.

The Hellcat. One of the more successful fighter in the war, and one of the least respected. A good little fighter, perfectly suited for its carrier role in the Pacific Theater.

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This thread is intended for 'Aviation Art' only... Paintings, Drawings, Water-colors and any other Mediums of Art. Please, no photographs... we have other threads available to post photos in.

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Leyte Gulf Aircraft Type: Grumman F6F Hellcat Organization: Commemorative Air Force – SoCal Wing Photo Credit:Luigino Caliaro

Leyte Gulf Aircraft Type: Grumman F6F Hellcat Organization: Commemorative Air Force – SoCal Wing Photo Credit:Luigino Caliaro

Grumman Hellcat - my favorite WWII bird. Doesn't have the 'glam' of the but it won us the skies in the Pacific.

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