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Underside view of an Eastern Aviation TBM-3 Avenger armed with FFAR rockets, the predecessor of the HVAR air-to-surface rockets, early 1944.Grumman TBF Avenger firing HVAR air-to-surface rockets at a United States test range, mid-1944.
Underside view of an Eastern Aviation TBM-3 Avenger armed with FFAR rockets, the predecessor of the HVAR air-to-surface rockets, early 1944.Grumman TBF Avenger firing HVAR air-to-surface rockets at a United States test range, mid-1944.
Lockheed P-38 Lightning at a training base in the United States, mid-1944. Note wing mounted HVAR air-to-surface rockets.Republic P-47D Thunderbolt 42-28672 ‘Lois’ of the 513th Fighter Squadron armed with bombs and HVAR air-to-surface rockets, probably at Tour-en-Bessin Airfield, France, mid-1944.
Lockheed P-38 Lightning at a training base in the United States, mid-1944. Note wing mounted HVAR air-to-surface rockets.Republic P-47D Thunderbolt 42-28672 ‘Lois’ of the 513th Fighter Squadron armed with bombs and HVAR air-to-surface rockets, probably at Tour-en-Bessin Airfield, France, mid-1944.
Republic P-47N Thunderbolt 44-88335 armed with HVAR air-to-surface rockets at the Wright Field Test Center, Dayton, Ohio, United States, mid-1944.Vought F4U Corsair in flight, mid-1944, location uncertain. Note wing mounted HVAR air-to-surface rockets.
Republic P-47N Thunderbolt 44-88335 armed with HVAR air-to-surface rockets at the Wright Field Test Center, Dayton, Ohio, United States, mid-1944.Vought F4U Corsair in flight, mid-1944, location uncertain. Note wing mounted HVAR air-to-surface rockets.
Armorers handling an HVAR air-to-surface rocket, circa 1945, location unknown. Note the rocket fuse on the ground at left.British Coastal Command Liberator III fitted with a removable air foil at the base of the fuselage for the mounting of eight HVAR air-to-surface rockets that proved very effective against submarines, 1945. Photo 1 of 2.
Armorers handling an HVAR air-to-surface rocket, circa 1945, location unknown. Note the rocket fuse on the ground at left.British Coastal Command Liberator III fitted with a removable air foil at the base of the fuselage for the mounting of eight HVAR air-to-surface rockets that proved very effective against submarines, 1945. Photo 1 of 2.
British Coastal Command Liberator III fitted with a removable air foil at the base of the fuselage for the mounting of eight HVAR air-to-surface rockets that proved very effective against submarines, 1945. Photo 2 of 2.Douglas A-26 Invader firing an HVAR air-to-surface rocket, date and location unknown.
British Coastal Command Liberator III fitted with a removable air foil at the base of the fuselage for the mounting of eight HVAR air-to-surface rockets that proved very effective against submarines, 1945. Photo 2 of 2.Douglas A-26 Invader firing an HVAR air-to-surface rocket, date and location unknown.
Republic P-47D Thunderbolt 44-90386 firing HVAR air-to-surface rockets at a test range in Independence, Missouri, United States, circa 1945.Wing-mounted HVAR air-to-surface rockets on a TBM-3 Avenger, 1945 or later, location unknown. Note the YAGI radar antenna.
Republic P-47D Thunderbolt 44-90386 firing HVAR air-to-surface rockets at a test range in Independence, Missouri, United States, circa 1945.Wing-mounted HVAR air-to-surface rockets on a TBM-3 Avenger, 1945 or later, location unknown. Note the YAGI radar antenna.
Vought F4U-1C Corsair armed with wing mounted HVAR air-to-surface rockets and belly mounted ‘Tiny Tim’ anti-shipping rockets at the Patuxent River Naval Air Test Center in Maryland, 31 Jan 1945.Ordnancemen aboard USS Hancock adjusting fins on 5-inch HVAR rocket motors, 21 Mar 1945.
Vought F4U-1C Corsair armed with wing mounted HVAR air-to-surface rockets and belly mounted ‘Tiny Tim’ anti-shipping rockets at the Patuxent River Naval Air Test Center in Maryland, 31 Jan 1945.Ordnancemen aboard USS Hancock adjusting fins on 5-inch HVAR rocket motors, 21 Mar 1945.
Ordnancemen aboard USS Hancock loading 5-inch HVAR rockets onto the wings of F4U Corsairs before taking off for a strike on Kyushu, Japan, 21 Mar 1945. Photo 1 of 2.Ordnancemen aboard USS Hancock loading 5-inch HVAR rockets onto the wings of F4U Corsairs before taking off for a strike on Kyushu, Japan, 21 Mar 1945. Photo 2 of 2.
Ordnancemen aboard USS Hancock loading 5-inch HVAR rockets onto the wings of F4U Corsairs before taking off for a strike on Kyushu, Japan, 21 Mar 1945. Photo 1 of 2.Ordnancemen aboard USS Hancock loading 5-inch HVAR rockets onto the wings of F4U Corsairs before taking off for a strike on Kyushu, Japan, 21 Mar 1945. Photo 2 of 2.
3 TBM-1C Avengers and 2 FM-2 Wildcats of Composite Squadron 69 readying for take-off from escort carrier USS Mission Bay on an anti-submarine patrol in the Atlantic, spring 1945.Commander of USAAF 78th Fighter Squadron Major James B. Tapp checking the fuses on his HVAR air-to-surface rockets mounted to his P-51D VLR Mustang ‘Margaret-V’ 44-73407 at South Field, Iwo Jima, spring 1945.
3 TBM-1C Avengers and 2 FM-2 Wildcats of Composite Squadron 69 readying for take-off from escort carrier USS Mission Bay on an anti-submarine patrol in the Atlantic, spring 1945.Commander of USAAF 78th Fighter Squadron Major James B. Tapp checking the fuses on his HVAR air-to-surface rockets mounted to his P-51D VLR Mustang ‘Margaret-V’ 44-73407 at South Field, Iwo Jima, spring 1945.
Vought F4U-1D Corsair of Marine Fighting Squadron VMF-451 ‘Blue Devils’ with its wings folded aboard USS Bunker Hill, south of Japan, spring 1945. Note the armorers readying the HVAR rockets and the rocket rack at rightF6F Hellcats of the United States Navy Fighting Squadron VF-12 flying from USS Randolph firing HVAR air-to-surface rockets at targets in western Kyushu, Japan, May 1945.
Vought F4U-1D Corsair of Marine Fighting Squadron VMF-451 ‘Blue Devils’ with its wings folded aboard USS Bunker Hill, south of Japan, spring 1945. Note the armorers readying the HVAR rockets and the rocket rack at rightF6F Hellcats of the United States Navy Fighting Squadron VF-12 flying from USS Randolph firing HVAR air-to-surface rockets at targets in western Kyushu, Japan, May 1945.

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