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    Re: Bell P-39 Airacobra & P-63 Kingcobra.

    Even looking at just when piloted by US pilots, Army, Navy, & Marine Corps, when you count credits in all theaters, the P-51 types and F6F dash whatevers exceeded your P-39 total. With USAAF drivers...
  2. Re: 46h Seabees or others who were part of Admiraty's invasion WWII

    The Navy Construction Corps, generally followed the army style organizational structure, Construction Brigades, there were 12, which were made up of Construction Regiments, there were 53, which were...
  3. Re: WWII - Navy 73rd Construction Battalion (SeaBees)

    For what it is worth, the official history of the 73d Naval Construction Battalion can be found in it's entirety here:
    ...
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    Re: A Naval P-47?

    the more clicks he gets, the more his advertisers pay him. You can find him in various personas, claiming posting origins across the world, on about 30 different WWII/Aviation forum boards. Every...
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    Re: A Naval P-47?

    Only about the fourth time around for this exact same click-bait.
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    Re: The Americans in Italy during WW1

    Extracted from Naval Aviation in World War I by Adrian O Van Wyen, et. al., published by the Office of the Chief of Naval Operations in 1969. This passage starts on page 78. There are numerous...
  7. Re: Why did MacArthur accept Japanese surrender?

    My theory has always been that the German surrender was a rather hurried affair considering the time elapsed between their throwing in the towel and the actual signing. Also, the command structure...
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    Re: Unidentified Pins on AAF Unifom

    The winged propeller is the branch insignia for the Army Air Corps, not to be confused with the organization under which personnel assigned the branch operated, the Army Air Forces. For all intents...
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    Re: Nimitz vs. MacArthur.... who was right?

    Edward Miller's War Plan Orange goes a long way in explaining why the Navy wanted to use a central Pacific campaign. A good read if you can get your hands on it.
  10. Re: Why did MacArthur accept Japanese surrender?

    Marshall nor King were on the scene, MacArthur was one day senior to Nimitz as a 5 star . . . senior man gets the cake. So MacArthur appointed as SCAP signs for the allied powers and Nimitz signs...
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    Re: balloon bombs: tech info

    And the in print data . . .

    A five part report, comes out to around 19+ Mb all together. Below is the link to part 1, you can download parts 2-5 from here by clicking on "Next".

    Title: ...
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    Re: Naval aircraft identification

    Why “M” for the Eastern Division of General Motors? Who knows, maybe because of “Motors”?

    Certainly there were already enough E’s and more than a couple of G’s. In truth, duplication of...
  13. Re: 1941 Military Bases or Pilot Training Airfields in Kentucky or Tennessee?

    My field of interest is US Naval Aviation, I am unaware of any USN facilities other than those which appear in the listing noted above. Simply from a lack of interest, I‘ve not a clue as to what the...
  14. Re: 1941 Military Bases or Pilot Training Airfields in Kentucky or Tennessee?

    Google is your friend.

    #1 in a search for “US Army Air Corps Kentucky” is
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kentucky_World_War_II_Army_Airfields

    and the same substituting “Tennessee” for...
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    Re: Requesting information on a plane

    Well, what you say about photography, especially of the B&W variety is true. I still to this day go to the effort to obtain 35mm B&W film and shot through my trusty AE-1. Sometimes even run through...
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    Re: Requesting information on a plane

    So, just so I understand the problem . . .

    Here's a nice (OMG) color shot on a nice sunny day on Eniwetok in 1945 . . . there's two PBMs in the shot, the one in the background merely serves to...
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    Re: Requesting information on a plane

    Well, I suppose now I must certainly bow to your demonstrated superior knowledge of USN paint practices . . . did I mention that these “practices,” a word to which you apparently take some exception,...
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    Re: Requesting information on a plane

    You might want read a little more carefully, I never said the PBM in the picture was pristine or was not very well used; obviously it had been used, and repeatedly over a period of time. What I am...
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    Re: Requesting information on a plane

    Golly, and I well remember when USN planes were dark blue all over.

    A quick and dirty list of PBM equipped VP/VPB squadrons in the Atlantic operating areas during the war is below. This list does...
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    Re: Requesting information on a plane

    And exactly just who said they were not? And if the answer is "no one" then why raise the subject?



    No offense, but that's just a lot of imagination and wishful thinking. The photos are more...
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    Re: Requesting information on a plane

    I was sorely tempted to go with a -3R designation but held off because of all that belted .50 cal. ammunition draped at their feet. Not all PBMs, besides the -3Rs, had the forward twin ball turret....
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    Re: Requesting information on a plane

    No, I don’t believe the locale is Pearl Harbor; wrong colors for Pearl Harbor.

    Squadrons assigned to the Pacific theater, including the continental west coast, were painted in non-spec blue grey...
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    Re: Requesting information on a plane

    Ummm, most certainly NOT a PBY Catalina. That is a PBM Mariner.

    Later . . . off hand, I'd say it was a PBM-3. Also, if you look in the background you can see another . . . the PBM tail structure...
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    Re: Anyone that served on Midway

    Carrier air groups up until the summer of 1942 were named after the ship to which they were assigned. The air groups themselves were not numbered, however the squadrons making up those air groups...
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    Re: Anyone that served on Midway

    You might want to go the St Louis records route on your own. As next of kin you are entitled to a copy of your father's personnel record.

    Note that the fire in the records repository was in 1973...
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