F4U-1A Corsairs of Marine Squadron VMF-113 over Eniwetok, Marshall Islands, 1944

Caption   F4U-1A Corsairs of Marine Squadron VMF-113 over Eniwetok, Marshall Islands, 1944 ww2dbase
Source    ww2dbaseUnited States National Archives
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Added By David Stubblebine
Added Date 24 Nov 2013

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1. Commenter identity confirmed David Stubblebine says:
24 Nov 2014 10:03:11 PM

The near aircraft is named ‘Sun Setter’ and the far one is named ‘Get Em Blue Dog.’
2. Bob Ames Smith says:
1 Jan 2017 10:11:29 PM

I have the original print that was given to me by the pilot of Sunsetter Vic Erickson.
Vic was from my home town of Aitkin Minnesota and a great friend of the family.
My mother had baby sat Vic and we lived across the driveway from his folks. I also have a Picture of Vic that he sent me standing by Sunsetter after is was restored and put into the museum.
My biggest thrill was Vic taking me up in his J3 Cub that he restored and his Piper Cherokee back in the early 1980's.

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