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Hawker Sea Fury FB.11

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Mustang´s and a Lightning, Air Force Heritage Foundation, USA

In flight shot of two Mustangs and a dual fuselage Lightning, two of the Allies' most trustworthy fighters of WWII.

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SBD Dauntless piloted by American Lt. George Glacken with his gunner Leo Boulanger, near New Guinea, early April, 1944.
SBD Dauntless piloted by American Lt. George Glacken with his gunner Leo Boulanger, near New Guinea, early April, 1944.
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