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C-46 Commando aircraft in flight, circa late 1943 to 1945Cockpit of a C-46 Commando aircraft, 1942A Jeep being loaded into the sizeable fuselage of a C-46 Commando cargo plane, while another waited to be driven up the ramp, Mar 1942A Commando aircraft being prepared for a
C-46 Commando aircraft in flight, circa late 1943 to 1945Cockpit of a C-46 Commando aircraft, 1942A Jeep being loaded into the sizeable fuselage of a C-46 Commando cargo plane, while another waited to be driven up the ramp, Mar 1942A Commando aircraft being prepared for a 'Hump' run, circa late-1943 to 1945
C-46 Commando being fueled for flight Curtiss C-46 Commando aircraft flying over Curtiss C-46 Commando in flight, early 1943, probably over the United States.A Marine on Saipan was transferred to an R5C-1 Commando aircraft from a Dodge WC54 3/4-ton field ambulance for transfer to Hawaii, 1944; note the Jeep in between
C-46 Commando being fueled for flight 'over the hump' from Chabua, India to Kunming, China, 1943. Note 3 blade props of early C-46 modelsCurtiss C-46 Commando aircraft flying over 'the hump' from Burma to China over the eastern Himalayas, 1942-1943Curtiss C-46 Commando in flight, early 1943, probably over the United States.A Marine on Saipan was transferred to an R5C-1 Commando aircraft from a Dodge WC54 3/4-ton field ambulance for transfer to Hawaii, 1944; note the Jeep in between
Broadside view of the Curtiss C-46 Commando in flight, Circa 1944. Note the twin paratrooper doors on either side of the airplane, unlike the single door of the C-47.C-46 Commando aircraft flying over the Himalaya Mountains, 1943-1945C-46 Commando and C-47 Skytrain aircraft of China National Aviation Corporation at rest in Kunming, Yunnan Province, China, date unknownChongqing airfield, China, circa 1944
Broadside view of the Curtiss C-46 Commando in flight, Circa 1944. Note the twin paratrooper doors on either side of the airplane, unlike the single door of the C-47.C-46 Commando aircraft flying over the Himalaya Mountains, 1943-1945C-46 Commando and C-47 Skytrain aircraft of China National Aviation Corporation at rest in Kunming, Yunnan Province, China, date unknownChongqing airfield, China, circa 1944
Curtiss C-46 Commando flying over “The Hump” between China, Northern Burma (now Myanmar), and eastern India, 1944.Maintenance work at the Kunming airfield in Yunnan Province, China, circa 1944Curtiss C-46 Commando transport aircraft taking a break from flying “The Hump” at Chabua Field, India, circa Feb 1944F4U-1 Corsair of Marine Squadron VMF-114 set for take-off from Peleliu, late 1944. Note C-46 Commando.
Curtiss C-46 Commando flying over “The Hump” between China, Northern Burma (now Myanmar), and eastern India, 1944.Maintenance work at the Kunming airfield in Yunnan Province, China, circa 1944Curtiss C-46 Commando transport aircraft taking a break from flying “The Hump” at Chabua Field, India, circa Feb 1944F4U-1 Corsair of Marine Squadron VMF-114 set for take-off from Peleliu, late 1944. Note C-46 Commando.
C-46A aircraft at rest, Hong Kong, circa 1945C-46D Commando of the USAAF Transport Command, 1945-46.A Douglas R4D (C-47) transport plane (center) loading wounded Marines on Iwo JimaA Curtiss R5C Commando after releasing parachute packs with supplies for construction units repairing the main airstrip on Iwo Jima, Bonin Islands. Mar 6, 1945. Note B-29 Superfortress on the ground.
C-46A aircraft at rest, Hong Kong, circa 1945C-46D Commando of the USAAF Transport Command, 1945-46.A Douglas R4D (C-47) transport plane (center) loading wounded Marines on Iwo Jima's South Field bound for a Navy hospital on Guam, Mar 1945. Note Mount Suribachi to the left.A Curtiss R5C Commando after releasing parachute packs with supplies for construction units repairing the main airstrip on Iwo Jima, Bonin Islands. Mar 6, 1945. Note B-29 Superfortress on the ground.

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