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And Now the Trap by William S. Phillips (F6F Hellcat)

And Now the Trap By William S. Phillips Published by The Greenwich Workshop

Aggressiveness was a fundamental to success in air-to-air combat and if you ever caught a fighter pilot in a defensive mood you had him licked before you started shooting. — Captain David McCampbell, USN, leading U.S. Navy ace in WWII

Aggressiveness was a fundamental to success in air-to-air combat and if you ever caught a fighter pilot in a defensive mood you had him licked before you started shooting. — Captain David McCampbell, USN, leading U. Navy ace in WWII

Grumman F6F Hellcat on USS Yorktown

[Photo] Flight deck crew of USS Yorktown extending the wing of a Hellcat fighter, Oct 1943-Apr 1944

[Photo] Flight deck crew of USS Yorktown extending the wing of a Hellcat fighter, Oct 1944

While this Grumman F6F Hellcat isn't a human or canine veteran of our wars it is a veteran of our military air arm - Military Aviation History

Grumman Hellcat Although most associate Navy and Marine Corps Pacific theater air action with the Vought Corasir (probably because of its unique bent wing design), it was the Hellcat that.

Check out this "Through the Ages Hellcat" poster art by -Squadron Posters!

Art planes American Japanese WW2 drawing battle military wallpaper | 2640x1959 | 162663 ...

Art planes American Japanese WW2 drawing battle military wallpaper | 2640x1959 | 162663 ...

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