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United States Marine Corps Corsair fighter-bombers on Tarawa Atoll in the central Pacific. Such was the demand for this plane that Vought, the original manufacturer, was soon being supplemented by.

Lt (JG) Tom ‘TK’ Killefer of VF-17 after Forced Landing, Nissan Island, March 1944 (posted in /r/Colorization before - thought it would be appreciated here) - Imgur

Navy Vought Corsair (BuNo of Fighting Squadron Jolly Rogers pictured on Nissan Island, Green Island Group, after making an emergency landing there. The airstrip had not yet been completed when the aircraft arrived.

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An Corsair of the famous "Jolly Rogers" of Fighting Squadron (VF) 17 pictured on Green Island after making an emergency landing there in The airstrip had not yet been completed when the aircraft arrived.

Commençons aujourd'hui avec cette photo qui illustre pourquoi Grumman était connu comme le «Iron Works." Il est des avions de combat qui étaient extrêmement robuste et apporté de nombreux pilotes à la maison avec des dommages considérables.

Butch O'Hare's Hellcat returned to the Grumman manufacturing plant known as the "Iron Works." It's combat aircraft were extremely rugged and brought many a pilot back home with considerable damage. This example had more than 200 bullet holes!