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P-40 Warhawk fighters at rest, China, 1943-1945P-40N Warhawk converted to TP-40N two-seat trainer, 1944-1945. Location unknown
P-40 Warhawk fighters at rest, China, 1943-1945P-40N Warhawk converted to TP-40N two-seat trainer, 1944-1945. Location unknown
This P-40K Warhawk was one of three P-40s that were heavily modified with supercharged Allison engines & bubble canopies into the experimental XP-40Q. Performance improved but still did not match the P-51, P47, or P-38 so they never went into productionUS airmen with a P-40N Warhawk fighter in China, 1943-1945
This P-40K Warhawk was one of three P-40s that were heavily modified with supercharged Allison engines & bubble canopies into the experimental XP-40Q. Performance improved but still did not match the P-51, P47, or P-38 so they never went into productionUS airmen with a P-40N Warhawk fighter in China, 1943-1945
African-American aircraft mechanics George Johnson and James C. Howard of the US Army 99th Fighter Squadron, Italy, Feb 1944Tuskegee airmen of the US Army Air Force 332nd Fighter Group discussed a recently completed mission, Italy, Feb 1944
African-American aircraft mechanics George Johnson and James C. Howard of the US Army 99th Fighter Squadron, Italy, Feb 1944Tuskegee airmen of the US Army Air Force 332nd Fighter Group discussed a recently completed mission, Italy, Feb 1944
Pilots of 7th Fighter Squadron, Chinese-American Composite Wing (Provisional) Ye Wangfei, Squadron Leader Bill Reed, Xu Huajiang, and Tan Kun at Guilin Airfield, China, 4 Mar 1944P-40N Warhawk fighters of the 74th Fighter Squadron (direct descendent of the AVG Flying Tigers) in China, probably Kweilin (now Guilin) 1943-44. Note rocket tubes being mounted under the wing.
Pilots of 7th Fighter Squadron, Chinese-American Composite Wing (Provisional) Ye Wangfei, Squadron Leader Bill Reed, Xu Huajiang, and Tan Kun at Guilin Airfield, China, 4 Mar 1944P-40N Warhawk fighters of the 74th Fighter Squadron (direct descendent of the AVG Flying Tigers) in China, probably Kweilin (now Guilin) 1943-44. Note rocket tubes being mounted under the wing.
P-40 Warhawk fighter P-40N Warhawk fighter at rest, China, 1944-1945
P-40 Warhawk fighter 'Little Joe II' at the Kunming airfield in Yunnan, China, 1 Sep 1944P-40N Warhawk fighter at rest, China, 1944-1945
Ground crew checking the radio of a P-40 Warhawk fighter at a US 14th Air Force Base in China, May 1945; note Chinese Air Force roundelCaptured P-40 fighter with Japanese markings, China, post-war
Ground crew checking the radio of a P-40 Warhawk fighter at a US 14th Air Force Base in China, May 1945; note Chinese Air Force roundelCaptured P-40 fighter with Japanese markings, China, post-war
P-40 Warhawk, Hill Aerospace Museum, Utah, Aug 2006P-40E Warhawk at the National Museum of the United States Air Force, Riverside, Ohio, United States, 2007; note
P-40 Warhawk, Hill Aerospace Museum, Utah, Aug 2006P-40E Warhawk at the National Museum of the United States Air Force, Riverside, Ohio, United States, 2007; note 'Flying Tigers' shark mouth nose art
F4U Corsair fighter on display at the Smithsonian Air and Space Museum Udvar-Hazy Center, Chantilly, Virginia, United States, 26 Apr 2009, photo 2 of 2; note P-40E Warhawk fighter in backgroundF4U Corsair, P-40E Warhawk, and Lysander aircraft on display at the Smithsonian Air and Space Museum Udvar-Hazy Center, Chantilly, Virginia, United States, 26 Apr 2009
F4U Corsair fighter on display at the Smithsonian Air and Space Museum Udvar-Hazy Center, Chantilly, Virginia, United States, 26 Apr 2009, photo 2 of 2; note P-40E Warhawk fighter in backgroundF4U Corsair, P-40E Warhawk, and Lysander aircraft on display at the Smithsonian Air and Space Museum Udvar-Hazy Center, Chantilly, Virginia, United States, 26 Apr 2009
P-40E Warhawk fighter on display at Smithsonian Air and Space Museum Udvar-Hazy Center, Chantilly, Virginia, United States, 26 Apr 2009; note L-5 Sentinel and Do 335 Pfeil aircraft in backgroundUnderside of P-40E Warhawk fighter on display at Smithsonian Air and Space Museum Udvar-Hazy Center, Chantilly, Virginia, United States, 26 Apr 2009
P-40E Warhawk fighter on display at Smithsonian Air and Space Museum Udvar-Hazy Center, Chantilly, Virginia, United States, 26 Apr 2009; note L-5 Sentinel and Do 335 Pfeil aircraft in backgroundUnderside of P-40E Warhawk fighter on display at Smithsonian Air and Space Museum Udvar-Hazy Center, Chantilly, Virginia, United States, 26 Apr 2009
P-40 Kittyhawk and P-51 Mustang fighters in flight, Reading Regional Airport, Pennsylvania, United States, 3 Jun 2018P-40 Kittyhawk fighter at rest, Reading Regional Airport, Pennsylvania, United States, 3 Jun 2018
P-40 Kittyhawk and P-51 Mustang fighters in flight, Reading Regional Airport, Pennsylvania, United States, 3 Jun 2018P-40 Kittyhawk fighter at rest, Reading Regional Airport, Pennsylvania, United States, 3 Jun 2018

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