Hello everyone I'm from vietnam

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  1. vietman

    vietman New Member

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    I come from vietnam, I'm interested in weapon - all kinds. I want to know some websites of ww2 aircaft photo gallery. Especially,I want to get some information about ww2 aircaft in Vietnam war.

    I am very appreciate if you share them to me.:p
     
  2. lesofprimus

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    Oh Jesus......

    Look around here and u'll find everything ur looking for.......
     
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    syscom3 Pacific Historian

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    Greetings Vietman.

    Why not tell us what aircraft you thought were important or the best (or worst) for that conflict.
     
  4. evangilder

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    There are tons of photos on this site and a lot of good information as well. Are there particular aircraft you are looking for? You are also welcome to have a look at my aviation photography website. I lost count, but there is somewhere in the range of 1,500-2,000 photos on my website now and it is continuing to grow. http://www.vg-photo.com

    But there are shots that I have posted here as well that have not appeared on my website.
     
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    Wurger Siggy Master
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    Good morning Vietman !!!
    I agree with Lesofprimus.If you look around you can find what you need.

    best regards
     
  6. lesofprimus

    lesofprimus Active Member

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    Another single posting member.... God Im sick of it....
     
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    Well Vietman, one WW2 Aircraft in Vietnam that was made famous was the A-1 Skyraider.
     
  8. evangilder

    evangilder "Shooter"
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    It was designed during WWII, but the A-1 never saw service in WWII. The C-47s were flown in many roles in Vietnam. I believe that B-25s also saw service in the early years.
     
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    DerAdlerIstGelandet Der Crew Chief
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    As well as A-26's.
     
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    the lancaster kicks ass Active Member

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    i don't like the fact he's annother one post wonder but i think his name's quite clever :lol:
     
  11. P38 Pilot

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    Oh yeah. AC-47 Spooky! Completely forgot about those!
     
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    P-3s if you like Spooky check this!
    This picture is taken at a long exposure time, you can see the aircraft circling and raining down some hell.
     
  13. evangilder

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    You definitely do not want to be on the receiving end of that one...
     
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    Those are just the American planes. Howzabout the mig-17, -21, and whichever others the north used? Come to think of it i dont know much else of what they used... what else did they use???
     
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    And what about Po-2 Kukuruznik? That tiny Sovet biplane designed in the mid 30's (I think) was used there as a courrier, wasn't it?
     
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    Yut Yee Som Say Oom Lok Chut Bot Gow Sup..

    There, there's my Vietnamese language skills...
     
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    He just counted to ten in Vietnamese.
     
  19. Pisis

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    Yeah, I got that by reading his TPBM reply... :rolleyes:

    1 jedna
    2 dva
    3 tři
    4 čtyři
    5 pět
    6 šest
    7 sedm
    8 osm
    9 devět
    10 deset

    ... ;)
     
  20. davparlr

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    I believe the French used F8Fs. I wouldn't be surprised if C-46s were also used by the French.
     
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