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Landing wheels recede as this U. Army Air Forces Liberator bomber crosses the shark-nosed bows of U. fighter planes at an advanced U. base in China. An American soldier waves good luck to the crew, off to bomb Japan.

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Nose art - Armchair General and HistoryNet  The Best Forums in History

Nose art - Armchair General and HistoryNet The Best Forums in History

Flight Lieutenant A. R. Costello of No. 112 Squadron RAF poses beside his Curtiss P-40 Kittyhawk at Sidi Heneish in Egypt (April 1942). The rugged, American-built P-40 (known to the RAF as the Tomahawk and Kittyhawk) came to symbolize the Desert Air Force.

Flight Lieutenant A. Costello of No. 112 Squadron RAF poses beside his Curtiss Kittyhawk at Sidi Heneish in Egypt (April The rugged, American-built (known to the RAF as the Tomahawk and Kittyhawk) came to symbolize the Desert Air Force.

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A Chinese soldier guards a line of American fighter planes, painted with the shark-face emblem of the "Flying Tigers," at a flying field somewhere in China, circa

F-4 Corsair landing on an aircraft carrier near the Phillippines.

A Corsair coming in for a landing. So, why is that I LOVE the carrier based plane? Maybe, it is the dangerous fun of the carrier landing!

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Shark mouths, Australian Air Force, South Africa Air Force, Canadian Air Force, Chinese Air Force and Brasilian Air Force

American pilots of the units 'Flying Tigers' (The Flying Tigers) Curtiss P-40 Tomahawk in Burma.

(c) Magnum PhotosBURMA—Mingladon Air Field, near Rangoon. The Flying Tigers, a group of American volunteers trained by Col. Claire Chennault in China, flew Curtiss Warhawk fighter planes to defend Burma against Japanese invaders,

P-40 at BURMA. Cool idea for nose art and those exhaust pipes...

A Warhawk operating in Burma with an interesting skull nose art example

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