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Re: I am not gone

Postby LRM » Fri, 16Aug19 18:14

Off topic a little... Ever hear of the Black Sheep Squadron? They flew Corsairs.

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Navy and Marine pilots.
The Black Sheep were Marines...
Major Boyington commanded.
The TV series was quite good. Likely strayed from the truth.
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Re: I am not gone

Postby Skelaturi » Fri, 16Aug19 19:05

nope never heard off them, but my guess is they where kamikaze pilots.

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Postby PinkVendeta » Fri, 16Aug19 19:53

So lesson learned You wont be buying from them again [img]images/icones/icon6.gif[/img]

Corsair was American I believe, not Japanese not kamikaze.
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Re: I am not gone

Postby Xyzzy987 » Sat, 16Aug20 05:03

The Chance Vought F4U Corsair:http://www.warbirdalley.com/f4u.htm

Interestingly, the wings were bent at that weird angle because the propeller was so large that if the plane had straight wings the prop would scrape the ground.
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Re: I am not gone

Postby LRM » Sat, 16Aug20 06:42

And again I stray...
I too worked the F-4 (Phantom in my case). Also a bent wing bug sucker.
F-4Cs, Ds, Es, RFs, and Gs... every model the USAF flew, plus a couple of Navy versions, at least one Marine version, and one USAF model that was a test bed, for what I honestly don't know.
The original F-4 had fold-able winds so more could be berthed below deck an a carrier.
I have no idea why the USAF continued with fold-able wings.
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