F4U-4 Corsair fighters of US Marine Corps group MAG-33, Camp Pendleton, California, United States, 1948; seen in Jun 1948 issue of US Navy publication Naval Aviation News

Caption   F4U-4 Corsair fighters of US Marine Corps group MAG-33, Camp Pendleton, California, United States, 1948; seen in Jun 1948 issue of US Navy publication Naval Aviation News ww2dbase
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Added Date 7 Feb 2013
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1. Commenter identity confirmed Bill says:
25 Dec 2015 08:02:54 AM

TRAINNG DAY: FLIGHT-LINE PRE FLIGHT F4U-4 Corsair pilots and ground crew start the day running up engines and testing hydraulics for another training day. About 2,350 F4U-4's were built from early 1944 to 1946 survivor's flew in WWII and later Korea. At the end of WWII in the Pacific both the US Navy and Marines had on strength 2,100 Corsairs. Squadrons were still carrier-based after WWII many flew with reserve and training units

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