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  • Rich Benner

    Lt Jimmy Johnson, USMC, points to the damaged rudder of his F4U Corsair fighter bomber after an encounter with the Japanese over the Russel Islands. Johnson succeeded in retaining control of his aircraft despite the absence of a rudder and bringing her in for a forced landing with no further damage. 1943.

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scanzen: A pair of Vought F4U Corsairs. In: Flying Magazine, Jun 1977.

I love that it says Navy on it because my grandpa was Navy but I would take the red bull off

F4U Corsair

  • Dan Schiffer

    My Corsair is the one with Number 5 on side and WR on tail. I sold it and that's Dave flying it 2450 hp 18 cyl dual super charged. 13'10" four bladed prop. Top speed of 457 mph

F4 Corsair - "Called by the Japanese Whispering Death" It's gull wings makes it stand apart from all other aircraft of WWII. Built like a tank by Grumman Iron Works.it had to stand up to the higher stresses of Carrier Operations. Feared by the Japanese pilots."Called by the Japanese Whispering Death"

  • L. FERROX TUTINEAN

    the oil coolers made it whistle, it also had the most powerful engine available for a fighter and over-sized props. With the US Navy it had an 11-to-1 kill ratio! It was mass produced longer than any other prop plane ever made for the military.

F4U Corsair - 2,000 horsepower 18 cylinder radial engine, three 50 cal. machine guns in each wing. Three-blade propeller is 13 feet 4 inches across.

American WW2 F4U Corsair

F4U Corsair with updated instrument