Corsairs for Archer

Crazy

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That enough Corsairs for ya? :D
 

Zamex

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Rafe35

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Feb 24, 2004
Nice picture. Got anymore rare Corsair picture? I like to see more of them. :)
 

Rafe35

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Feb 24, 2004
Excellent! Looking good, but hehehe got any more? :D
 

Zamex

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Mar 12, 2004
More:
F4U of Chilean AF
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F-4U4
F-4U4%20Corsair.jpg


F4U-5N
F4U-5N%20Corsair%2006.jpg


Btw how can I upload pictures on AWWII?

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Zamex
 

Crazy

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It's really quite simple. Let's say you have a black and white photo of a Corsair like those in your post that you want to upload. Make sure the picture is saved to your hard drive. Go into the Black and White Photo section, and click the upload button. Fill out what you want the picture to be called (i.e: Corsair) and a description (i.e An F4U-5N). Descriptions are optional. Last, browse through your computer to find the picture, and when you find it, select it. When you're ready, click upload. It should work.


Try it out, and see if it works :D
 

Rafe35

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Feb 24, 2004
Nice! That's Vought F4U-5N Corsair of USMC VMF(N)-513 "Flying Nightmare" and I believe they flow in Summer 1951. Their bases at K-13 or Kimpo, Korea and they supposed protecting F-80s and F-86s at night. Excellent picture you found Zamex.

Anymore :D
 

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