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US Navy Corsair fighter in flight, Sep 1943-Jan 1947USS Intrepid under way 26 Jan 1944 on her way to launch strikes against Truk Atoll (now Chuuk). Note the forward flight deck filled SBD Dauntless and TBF Avenger aircraft and one F4U Corsair on the outrigger sponson.F4U-1A Corsair flown by Lt(jg) Ira Kepford of Navy Squadron VF-17 at Ondonga Field, New Georgia, Solomons, 1944.F4U-2 Corsair fighters of US Navy squadron VF(N)-101 aboard USS Intrepid, Central Pacific, early 1944
US Navy Corsair fighter in flight, Sep 1943-Jan 1947USS Intrepid under way 26 Jan 1944 on her way to launch strikes against Truk Atoll (now Chuuk). Note the forward flight deck filled SBD Dauntless and TBF Avenger aircraft and one F4U Corsair on the outrigger sponson.F4U-1A Corsair flown by Lt(jg) Ira Kepford of Navy Squadron VF-17 at Ondonga Field, New Georgia, Solomons, 1944.F4U-2 Corsair fighters of US Navy squadron VF(N)-101 aboard USS Intrepid, Central Pacific, early 1944
US Navy PB4Y-1 Liberator bomber on an airfield at Kwajalein, Marshall Islands, Jan-Feb 1944; note Corsair fighter in backgroundF4U-1A Corsair fighter of US Navy squadron VF-17 being serviced on Nissan Island, Green Islands, Mar 1944Men of US Marine Corps squadron VMF-222 resting on the wing of a F4U-1 Corsair fighter, Bougainville, Solomon Islands, Apr 1944Corsair fighters and Barracuda torpedo bombers aboard HMS Formidable, in the Atlantic Ocean off Norway, Jul 1944
US Navy PB4Y-1 Liberator bomber on an airfield at Kwajalein, Marshall Islands, Jan-Feb 1944; note Corsair fighter in backgroundF4U-1A Corsair fighter of US Navy squadron VF-17 being serviced on Nissan Island, Green Islands, Mar 1944Men of US Marine Corps squadron VMF-222 resting on the wing of a F4U-1 Corsair fighter, Bougainville, Solomon Islands, Apr 1944Corsair fighters and Barracuda torpedo bombers aboard HMS Formidable, in the Atlantic Ocean off Norway, Jul 1944
F4U-1A Corsairs of Marine Squadron VMF-113 over Eniwetok, Marshall Islands, 1944Vought F4U Corsair in flight, mid-1944, location uncertain. Note wing mounted HVAR air-to-surface rockets.US Navy officers train in ordnance maintenance at Jacksonville, Florida, United States, Jul 12, 1944. In this case, they are installing a Browning M2 .50 caliber machine gun into the right wing of an F4U Corsair fighter.Replacement aircraft for Espiritu Santo crowd the flight deck of the Escort Carrier USS Kwajalein as she steams from San Pedro, California, United States, 19 Jul 1944
F4U-1A Corsairs of Marine Squadron VMF-113 over Eniwetok, Marshall Islands, 1944Vought F4U Corsair in flight, mid-1944, location uncertain. Note wing mounted HVAR air-to-surface rockets.US Navy officers train in ordnance maintenance at Jacksonville, Florida, United States, Jul 12, 1944. In this case, they are installing a Browning M2 .50 caliber machine gun into the right wing of an F4U Corsair fighter.Replacement aircraft for Espiritu Santo crowd the flight deck of the Escort Carrier USS Kwajalein as she steams from San Pedro, California, United States, 19 Jul 1944
Barracuda and Corsair aircraft aboard HMS Formidable in the Norwegian Sea, Aug 1944; note HMS Berwick in backgroundCrewmen aboard HMS Formidable pushing a damaged Corsair fighter which had just landed, off Norway, Aug 1944. Note the prop with one blade badly bent.F4U-1 Corsair, FM-2 Wildcat, SNC-1 Falcon, and Culver TD2C aircraft at Naval Air Station Long Beach, California, United States, 10 Aug 1944; note SB2C Helldiver aircraft in background behind pileSBD Dauntless and F4U-1A Corsair aircraft of US Marine Corps group MAG-22 at Engebi Island, Enewetak Atoll, Marshall Islands, 1944
Barracuda and Corsair aircraft aboard HMS Formidable in the Norwegian Sea, Aug 1944; note HMS Berwick in backgroundCrewmen aboard HMS Formidable pushing a damaged Corsair fighter which had just landed, off Norway, Aug 1944. Note the prop with one blade badly bent.F4U-1 Corsair, FM-2 Wildcat, SNC-1 Falcon, and Culver TD2C aircraft at Naval Air Station Long Beach, California, United States, 10 Aug 1944; note SB2C Helldiver aircraft in background behind pileSBD Dauntless and F4U-1A Corsair aircraft of US Marine Corps group MAG-22 at Engebi Island, Enewetak Atoll, Marshall Islands, 1944
US Marine Corps F4U-1 Corsair fighter with drop tanks, Gaudalcanal, Solomon Islands, Sep 1944F4U Corsair aircraft dropping napalm on a Japanese position on the Umurbrogol Mountain, Peleliu, Palau Islands, 1944F4U Corsairs of Marine Squadron VMF-222 at Renard Field, Russell Islands, Solomons, 1944. Note the National Insignia on the tops of both wings over a year after that practice was discontinued.F4U-1A Corsair of Marine Squadron VMF-223 at Green Island (now Nissan Island), 1944. Note the R4D Skytrain with nose art, rare on Navy or Marine aircraft.
US Marine Corps F4U-1 Corsair fighter with drop tanks, Gaudalcanal, Solomon Islands, Sep 1944F4U Corsair aircraft dropping napalm on a Japanese position on the Umurbrogol Mountain, Peleliu, Palau Islands, 1944F4U Corsairs of Marine Squadron VMF-222 at Renard Field, Russell Islands, Solomons, 1944. Note the National Insignia on the tops of both wings over a year after that practice was discontinued.F4U-1A Corsair of Marine Squadron VMF-223 at Green Island (now Nissan Island), 1944. Note the R4D Skytrain with nose art, rare on Navy or Marine aircraft.

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