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F4U-7 Corsair

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Le Chance Vought F4U Corsair is a military aircraft, manufactured by the United States, used from world War ii until 1968. This is one of the devices the most well-known of the Second world War, in particular thanks to the television series, The Heads burned. It is illustrated primarily in the Pacific, serving both in the US Navy and the US Marine Corps. The Corsair was primarily deployed during the campaigns in the Pacific to fight the new enemy that was the imperial japanese army from 1943. Between 7 and 30 April 1945, the Corsair was deployed to 305 devices by the US Navy on the occasion of the battle of Okinawa, with the support of 192 other Corsair of the Marine corps. About 600 missions, these units won 124 victories bringing the Corsair to the rank of a legendary plane, and to be called a " Sweetheart of Okinawa ". In total, this aircraft comprise more of 2140 wins, which was the second plane the more credited of the Pacific, and only 189 aircraft were shot down in air combat.

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