Pilots of US Marine Corps squadron VMF-251 posing with a Corsair fighter, 1948; seen in Aug 1948 issue of US Navy publication Naval Aviation News

Caption   Pilots of US Marine Corps squadron VMF-251 posing with a Corsair fighter, 1948; seen in Aug 1948 issue of US Navy publication Naval Aviation News ww2dbase
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Added By C. Peter Chen
Added Date 14 Mar 2013
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1. Commenter identity confirmed C. Peter Chen says:
20 Dec 2012 06:08:57 PM

The pilots were Lieutenant W. Goodson, Lieutenant J. Neumaier, Lieutenant V. Wieczorek, and squadron commander Major A. Carlton (right most)

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