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of Bombing Squadron 84 pictured just prior to launch from USS Bunker Hill

An SB2C Helldiver of VB-84 prepares to launch from BUNKER HILL on 16 February 1945. -U.S. Navy photo in NARA record group 80-G-303994

An SB2C Helldiver of VB-84 prepares to launch from BUNKER HILL on 16 February 1945. -U.S. Navy photo in NARA record group 80-G-303994

WWII World War 2 De Havilland DH98 Mosquito 3A 105 Sqn DH IV RAF Marham. One of the most versitile and amzing Fighter-Bomber Aircraft in history.

The "Mosquito" (De Havilland "Mosquito" B.IV) from the squadron of the British Royal Air Force (No. 105 Squadron RAF) at the airfield in Marham, Norfolk.

The kamikaze attack on the USS Bunker Hill (CV 17), Okinawa 11 May 1945

The kamikaze attack on the USS Bunker Hill (CV Okinawa, 11 May

PART 2:Vought F4U-1D Corsair "white 167" 1/48 By Marek Vrzák - GModel Art

“USS Bunker Hill burning after being hit by a Kamikaze attack while operating off Okinawa on 11 May Photographed from USS Wilkes Barre which appears to have received fire.

Corsair of Marine Fighter Squadron VMF 214 the famed Black Sheep launches from Cape Torokina for a combat mission on 10 January 1944 wwii

Chance Vought Corsair--I had one of these in a foam representation that you shot off a plastic aircraft carrier it was cool

WWII Corsairs on the deck of USS Bunker Hill WWII photograph depicting the deck of US Navy aircraft carrier USS Bunker Hill ( CV-17) filled with Corsairs. The photograph taken during the carriers support of the invasion of Iwo Jima. The photo has been fully restored.

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