General Motors FM-2 Wildcat

General Motors FM-2 Wildcat

Country USA
Category Military aircraft
Type Fighter
First flight 2 Septembre 1937

Le Grumman F4F Wildcat is a fighter plane american aircraft carrier which was put in service in the US Navy and the Fleet Air Arm british in 1940 under the name Martlet.
Le Grumman F4F Wildcat was a hunter-board used by the US Navy and the Royal Navy English. First used in combat by the british in Europe, the Wildcat was also used by the Americans in the Pacific theatre in 1941-1942. The Wildcat was replaced by the faster Grumman F6F Hellcat to cope with the Zero. But the FM Wildcat was still manufactured by General Motors for use on the aircraft carrier escort where hunters heavier and larger could not be used.
The Wildcat was outperformed by the Mitsubishi Zero, its major opponent on the Pacific theater, but it still managed to impose itself thanks mainly to its ability to withstand damage. Relatively well-armoured and equipped with tanks, self-sealing, the Wildcat could survive many impacts inflicted by the Zeros to the surprise of the latter, weakly armoured.

Source: Grumman F4F Wildcat on Wikipedia

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