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[Photo] Aircraft trails above Task Force 58 during the Battle of the Philippine Sea, 19 Jun photographed aboard light cruiser Birmingham

Landing Signal Officer Ensign R. J. Grant guiding in a F6F Hellcat fighter aboard USS Enterprise, 13 Mar 1945

Landing Signal Officer Ensign R. Grant guiding in a Hellcat fighter aboard USS Enterprise, 13 Mar 1945

F6F Hellcat on the flight deck of Enterprise, 2 Jul 1943; Source: United States National Archives; ID: 80-G-74510

[Photo] F6F Hellcat on the flight deck of Enterprise, 2 Jul 1943

Hellcat on the flight deck of carrier USS Enterprise, 2 Jul (US National Archives)

Supermarine Spitfire

Quite possibly the most beautiful aircraft ever built: The Supermarine Spitfire. {{The Spitfire IS one of my favorite planes!

Father Bill Magill of Venice, Fla. was a “Devil Dog.” He flew a Corsair, F-4U fighter, in the Pacific during World War II before he began working for the Lord.    The former Marine aviator and retired Episcopal priest was a member of Marine Fighter Squadron VMF-111. “Devil Dogs” is what they called themselves.  He saw action in the Marshall and Gilbert Islands in the Central Pacific from December 1943 until March 1945.

Father Bill Magill of Venice, Fla. was a “Devil Dog.” He flew a Corsair, fighter, in the Pacific during World War II before he began working for the Lord. The former Marine aviator and retired.

WWII Veteran, Bob Friend of the 332nd Fighter Group "Red Tails" with the Tuskegee Airmen. Bob is the oldest surviving Tuskegee Airman. The P-51 "Bunny" is scheduled to be at the air show painted in the markings of the plane Bob flew in WWII. Bob is shown here with a painting of Bunny. Bob served 30 years in the Military Source: Planes of Fame - Veteran's History Project (Facebook)

WWII Veteran, Bob Friend of the Fighter Group "Red Tails" with the…

"Corsair fighter looses its load of rocket projectiles on a run against a Jap stronghold on Okinawa. In the lower background is the smoke of battle as Marine units move in to follow up with a Sunday punch." Lt. David D. Duncan, ca. June 1945.

Corsair fighter looses its load of rocket projectiles on a run against a Jap stronghold on Okinawa. In the lower background is the smoke of battle as.

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WWII. U.S. Grumman F4F Wildcats in formation, 1943. Colorized photo.

Wildcat fighters flying in formation, circa Source United States Navy Naval History and Heritage Command Identification Code NH 97484 Added By C. According to the US Navy Naval History and Heritage Command, as of 21 Jul

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