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F4U-1 Corsair, an F4F Wildcat, and two TBF-1 Avengers run up their engines prior to launch from the training aircraft carrier USS Sable on Lake Michigan, United States, mid-1943.Crashed F4U-1 Corsair of Marine Squadron VMF-123 or VMF-124, mid-1943, probably at Henderson Field, Guadalcanal
F4U-1 Corsair, an F4F Wildcat, and two TBF-1 Avengers run up their engines prior to launch from the training aircraft carrier USS Sable on Lake Michigan, United States, mid-1943.Crashed F4U-1 Corsair of Marine Squadron VMF-123 or VMF-124, mid-1943, probably at Henderson Field, Guadalcanal
F4U-1 Corsair of Marine Squadron VMF-215 at the Munda Airstrip, New Georgia, Solomons, 1943F4U-1 Corsairs of Marine Squadron VMF-214 taxiing for take-off at Torokina Airstrip, Bougainville, Solomons, 1943
F4U-1 Corsair of Marine Squadron VMF-215 at the Munda Airstrip, New Georgia, Solomons, 1943F4U-1 Corsairs of Marine Squadron VMF-214 taxiing for take-off at Torokina Airstrip, Bougainville, Solomons, 1943
Overturned F4U-1 Corsair of Marine Squadron VMF-215 at the Munda Airstrip, New Georgia, Solomons, 1943F4U-1 Corsair fighters of US Navy VF-17 squadron in flight, 1943; seen in 15 Jul 1943 issue of US Navy publication US Naval Aviation News
Overturned F4U-1 Corsair of Marine Squadron VMF-215 at the Munda Airstrip, New Georgia, Solomons, 1943F4U-1 Corsair fighters of US Navy VF-17 squadron in flight, 1943; seen in 15 Jul 1943 issue of US Navy publication US Naval Aviation News
F4U-1 Corsair of VF-17, “The Jolly Rogers,” landing aboard the carrier Bunker Hill south of Bermuda during her shakedown cruise, 17 July 1943. Photo 1 of 2F4U-1 Corsair of VF-17, “The Jolly Rogers,” landing aboard the carrier Bunker Hill south of Bermuda during her shakedown cruise, 17 July 1943. Photo 2 of 2
F4U-1 Corsair of VF-17, “The Jolly Rogers,” landing aboard the carrier Bunker Hill south of Bermuda during her shakedown cruise, 17 July 1943. Photo 1 of 2F4U-1 Corsair of VF-17, “The Jolly Rogers,” landing aboard the carrier Bunker Hill south of Bermuda during her shakedown cruise, 17 July 1943. Photo 2 of 2
F4U-1 Corsair fighter at Langley Research Center at Hampton, Virginia, United States, 31 Jul 1943. Note the P-47 Thunderbolt on the taxi way behind the CorsairF4U-1A fighters of Navy Squadron VF-17 transiting the Panama Canal on the flight deck of an Escort Carrier, circa Aug 1943. Note the unusual National Insignia on the lower surfaces of the folded wings.
F4U-1 Corsair fighter at Langley Research Center at Hampton, Virginia, United States, 31 Jul 1943. Note the P-47 Thunderbolt on the taxi way behind the Corsair's tail.F4U-1A fighters of Navy Squadron VF-17 transiting the Panama Canal on the flight deck of an Escort Carrier, circa Aug 1943. Note the unusual National Insignia on the lower surfaces of the folded wings.
1st Lieutenant Rolland Rinabarger of US Marine Corps squadron VMF-214 in a F4U-1 Corsair fighter, Espiritu Santo, New Hebrides, Sep 19432Lt Harry S Huidekoper, USMCR of VMF-213 poses aboard the hulk of F4U-1 Corsair “George,” Munda Airstrip, New Georgia, Solomon Islands, Sept 1943. This aircraft previously flew with VMF-122.
1st Lieutenant Rolland Rinabarger of US Marine Corps squadron VMF-214 in a F4U-1 Corsair fighter, Espiritu Santo, New Hebrides, Sep 19432Lt Harry S Huidekoper, USMCR of VMF-213 poses aboard the hulk of F4U-1 Corsair “George,” Munda Airstrip, New Georgia, Solomon Islands, Sept 1943. This aircraft previously flew with VMF-122.
Men of US Marine Corps squadron VMF-214 posing with a F4U Corsair fighter, Turtle Bay fighter strip, Espiritu Santo, New Hebrides, circa Sep 1943F4U-1 Corsair of Maj RG Owens USMC, Marine Squadron VMF-215 at the Munda Airstrip, New Georgia, Solomons, late 1943
Men of US Marine Corps squadron VMF-214 posing with a F4U Corsair fighter, Turtle Bay fighter strip, Espiritu Santo, New Hebrides, circa Sep 1943F4U-1 Corsair of Maj RG Owens USMC, Marine Squadron VMF-215 at the Munda Airstrip, New Georgia, Solomons, late 1943
F4U-1 Corsair of Marine Squadron VMF-223 at the Munda Airstrip, New Georgia, Solomons, 1943F4U-1A Corsair of Marine Squadron VMF-212 at Barakoma Airfield, Vella Lavella, Solomons, Nov 1943
F4U-1 Corsair of Marine Squadron VMF-223 at the Munda Airstrip, New Georgia, Solomons, 1943F4U-1A Corsair of Marine Squadron VMF-212 at Barakoma Airfield, Vella Lavella, Solomons, Nov 1943
Corsair Mk II fighter of British No. 1830 Naval Air Squadron landing aboard HMS Illustrious, Dec 1943Corsair Mk II fighter of British No. 1833 Naval Air Squadron landing aboard HMS Illustrious, Dec 1943
Corsair Mk II fighter of British No. 1830 Naval Air Squadron landing aboard HMS Illustrious, Dec 1943Corsair Mk II fighter of British No. 1833 Naval Air Squadron landing aboard HMS Illustrious, Dec 1943
F4U-1 Corsair in Marine Fighting Squadron 214 (the “Black Sheep”) on the Marsden matting at Torokina airstrip, Bougainville, Solomons, Dec 1943.F4U-1A Corsair of Marine Squadron VMF-216 taxis down the strip at Torokina, Bougainville, Solomon Islands, Dec 1943. Note TBM Avengers and NE-1 Grasshoppers parked along the strip.
F4U-1 Corsair in Marine Fighting Squadron 214 (the “Black Sheep”) on the Marsden matting at Torokina airstrip, Bougainville, Solomons, Dec 1943.F4U-1A Corsair of Marine Squadron VMF-216 taxis down the strip at Torokina, Bougainville, Solomon Islands, Dec 1943. Note TBM Avengers and NE-1 Grasshoppers parked along the strip.

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