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1929 CHANCE-VOUGHT CORSAIR Biplane Military Plane U.S.N Navy Aircraft Carrier AD

1929 CHANCE-VOUGHT CORSAIR Biplane Military Plane U.S.N Navy Aircraft Carrier AD

Chance Vought Corsair by aviationprints1

Chance Vought Corsair by aviationprints1

Vought (Goodyear) FG-1D Corsair - Untitled | Aviation Photo #0208396 | Airliners.net

Vought (Goodyear) FG-1D Corsair - Untitled | Aviation Photo #0208396 | Airliners.net

This was a wild donkey which after being captured became this Chance-Vought Corsair maintenance crew's mascot. The "owner-driver" is Leading Seaman Robert Roe, from Huntingdon, Staffs, and he made the truck which "Daisey" pulls whilst the crew look on. Standing on the Chance-Vought Corsair's starboard wing is AM (O) Eric Hodgkinson, from Eltonbury, Lancs. The rest of the crew from left to right: AM (A) Eric Aburn, from Lancing, Sussex; AM (O) Frederick Spall, from Latchford; AM (A) Micheal…

This was a wild donkey which after being captured became this Chance-Vought Corsair maintenance crew's mascot. The "owner-driver" is Leading Seaman Robert Roe, from Huntingdon, Staffs, and he made the truck which "Daisey" pulls whilst the crew look on. Standing on the Chance-Vought Corsair's starboard wing is AM (O) Eric Hodgkinson, from Eltonbury, Lancs. The rest of the crew from left to right: AM (A) Eric Aburn, from Lancing, Sussex; AM (O) Frederick Spall, from Latchford; AM (A) Micheal…

Royal Navy Vought Corsair Mk. I fighters at Naval Air Station Quonset Point Rhode Island (USA) where Royal Navy pilots were trained on the Corsair in 1943.

Royal Navy Vought Corsair Mk. I fighters at Naval Air Station Quonset Point Rhode Island (USA) where Royal Navy pilots were trained on the Corsair in 1943.

Chance-Vought Corsair F4Uaircraft profile. Aircraft Database of the Fleet Air Arm Archive 1939-1945

Chance-Vought Corsair F4Uaircraft profile. Aircraft Database of the Fleet Air Arm Archive 1939-1945

The Royal Navy obtained Corsair's from the United States on lend lease in early 1943. Fleet Air Arm pilots were sent to the U.S. for training  on these aircraft.

The Royal Navy obtained Corsair's from the United States on lend lease in early 1943. Fleet Air Arm pilots were sent to the U.S. for training on these aircraft.

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