F4U Corsair

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F4U Corsair Profile Drawing Prints by George Bieda

The Chance Vought F4U Corsair had the longest production run of any piston-powered fighter, being built for the US Navy and US Marine Corps from 1940 to 1953.  It was the fighter most feared by the Japanese, and enjoyed a kill ratio of 11:1Profile Drawing of an F4U Corsair of VMF 121 by George Bieda against enemy aircraft.  The F4U was the plane flown by the famous Black Sheep squadron, VMF 214, during WW II, commanded by the legendary USMC Maj. "Pappy Boyington."  It flew from both land bases and carriers, and was used as a close support aircraft in the Korean War.  Presented here is George Bieda's detailed rendition of this famous aircraft.  Click on the image to view a larger version, then click your browser's BACK button to return here.

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Chance Vought F4U Profile Drawings George Bieda
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