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VOUGHT-SIKORSKY V-166 Corsair (N713JT)
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VOUGHT-SIKORSKY V-166 Corsair (N713JT)



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Robin Rebhan
There is just something special about these war birds that helped keep America free!
ken kemperPhoto Uploader
Robin....You are so right !!
Andrew Botwick
My favorite aircraft of WWII
Love that massive engine & hugh prop.
terry kelsey
The Zero pilots never cared for it much.
William Bingham
My favorite WWII fighter. Plus it could carry a 4,000 lb. bomb load. It also saw service in Korea. The -5 had a top speed of 472 MPH. All around great airplane.
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Date Aircraft Origin Destination Departure Arrival Duration
03-Mar-2024 UnknownNear Flagstaff, AZColorado Sprgs Muni () First seen 04:14PM MST 05:41PM MST 1:26
03-Mar-2024 UnknownNear Hanford, CANear Flagstaff, AZ First seen 12:11PM PST Last seen 02:44PM MST 1:32
29-Feb-2024 UnknownNear Williams, AZNear Porterville, CA First seen 10:49AM MST Last seen 11:37AM PST 1:48
29-Feb-2024 UnknownColorado Sprgs Muni ()Near Flagstaff, AZ 08:04AM MST Last seen 09:46AM MST 1:41
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