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  • Warbird Registry - A Warbirds Resource Group Site
    inclusion in the Warbirds Registry please Boomerang Beaufighter F4U Corsair F4F Wildcat F6F Hellcat F7F Tigercat F8F Bearcat Firefly Gladiator Fury Sea Fury Hurricane Tempest P 38 Lightning P 39 Airacobra P 40 Warhawk P 47 Thunderbolt P 51 Mustang P 61 Black Widow P 63 King Cobra Spitfire Skyraider Spad A 20 Havoc A 26 Invader B 17 Flying Fortress B 18 Bolo B 23 Dragon B 24 Liberator B 25 Mitchell B 26 Marauder B 29 Superfortress B 36 Peacemaker Beaufort Blenheim Bolingbroke Lancaster Mosquito Helldiver SBD Dauntless Battle Swordfish Halifax TBM TBF Avenger PBY Catalina HU 16 Albatross L 2 Grasshopper L 3 Grasshopper L 4 Grasshopper L 5 Sentinel L 16 Grasshopper L 19 Bird Dog Helicopters Italian Warbirds Jets Luftwaffe Warbirds Japanese Warbirds Russian Warbirds OV 1 Mohawk O 1 Bird Dog O 2 Skymaster OV 10 Bronco Westland Lysander E 1 Tracer E 2 Hawkeye Gannet PB4Y 2 Privateer PV 1 Ventura PV 2 Harpoon P2V Neptune P 3 Orion S 2 Tracker BT 13 Valiant BT 14 NA 64 Yale Chipmunk Nanchang CJ 5 6 PT 17 Kaydet PT 22 Recruit PT 26 Cornell Sea Prince SNV Valiant Texan SNJ Harvard T 28

    Original URL path: http://www.warbirdregistry.org/ (2016-05-02)
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  • CAC Boomerang - A Warbirds Resource Group Site
    1942 and 1945 The Commonwealth Aircraft Corporation produced Boomerangs under the production contract numbers CA 12 CA 13 CA 14 and CA 19 with aircraft supplied under each subsequent contract incorporating modifications and improvements The Boomerang is significant as the first combat aircraft designed and built in Australia A46 3 R 02 A46 25 D 02 A46 57 96 A46 77 S 96 A46 090 R 07 A46 122 A

    Original URL path: http://www.warbirdregistry.org/boomerangregistry/boomerregistry.html (2016-05-02)
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  • Bristol/DAP Beaufighter - A Warbirds Resource Group Site
    Company s earlier Beaufort torpedo bomber design The name Beaufighter is a portmanteau of Beaufort and fighter Unlike the Beaufort the Beaufighter had a long career and served in almost all theatres of war in the Second World War first as a night fighter then as a fighter bomber and eventually replacing the Beaufort as a torpedo bomber A variant was built in Australia by the Department of Aircraft Production

    Original URL path: http://www.warbirdregistry.org/beaufighterregistry/beaufighterregistry.html (2016-05-02)
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  • Vought F4U Corsair Registry - A Warbirds Resource Group Site
    Series Aircraft F3A 1 RETURN TO TOP OF PAGE Bu 04634 S 03 F4U 1 RETURN TO TOP OF PAGE Bu 02465 R 11 Bu 10508 R 01 Bu 17799 A 04 Bu 17995 D 10 Bu 49956 S 01 Bu 50000 R 95 Bu 50375 D 06 Bu 82640 R 11 Bu 82850 N31518 W 94 F4U 4 RETURN TO TOP OF PAGE Bu 80759 D 11 Bu 81164 R 02 Bu 81415 D 02 Bu 81698 A 07 Bu 81857 R 02 Bu 96885 D 11 Bu 96995 A 11 Bu 97059 S 81 Bu 97142 D 03 Bu 97143 A 14 Bu 97259 D 04 Bu 97264 A 07 Bu 97280 W 02 Bu 97286 D 11 Bu 97288 S 01 Bu 97302 S 02 Bu 97320 R 02 Bu 97330 R 01 Bu 97349 D 10 Bu 97359 A 07 Bu 97369 D 11 Bu 97382 R 08 Bu 97388 A 09 Bu 97389 73 Bu 97390 R 05 F4U 5 RETURN TO TOP OF PAGE Bu 121823 A 11 Bu 121928 D 11 Bu 122179 R 11 Bu 122184 A 11 Bu 122189 D 11 Bu 123168 A 11 Bu 124447 D 10 Bu 124486 A 11 Bu 124493 R 06 Bu 124541 A 05 Bu 124560 A 11 Bu 124692 A 11 Bu 124715 D 08 Bu 124724 A 10 F4U 7 RETURN TO TOP OF PAGE Bu 133693 W 87 Bu 133704 R 11 Bu 133714 A 02 Bu 133722 D 02 FG 1 RETURN TO TOP OF PAGE Bu 13459 D 11 Bu 13481 S 00 Bu 14862 D 11 Bu 67070 A 11 Bu 67087 A 11 Bu 67089 A 11 Bu 76628 S 08 Bu 87853 70 Bu 88026 R 07 Bu 88076 C 70 Bu 88086 R 08 Bu

    Original URL path: http://www.warbirdregistry.org/corsairregistry/corsairregistry.html (2016-05-02)
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  • Grumman Wildcat - A Warbirds Resource Group Site
    the faster and more nimble 331 mph 533 km h Mitsubishi A6M Zero but its ruggedness coupled with tactics such as the Thach Weave resulted in an air combat kill to loss ratio of 5 9 1 in 1942 and 6 9 1 for the entire war Lessons learned from the Wildcat were applied to the faster F6F Hellcat which could outperform the Zero on its own terms The Wildcat continued to be built throughout the remainder of the war to serve on escort carriers where larger and heavier fighters could not be used Airframes that survived military service Bu 3872 D 04 Bu 3956 D 03 Bu 3969 D 04 Bu 4039 D 02 Bu 11824 S 02 Bu 11828 D 03 Bu 12068 D 02 Bu 12114 D 06 Bu 12260 A 04 Bu 12290 S 02 Bu 12296 A 03 Bu 12297 R 03 Bu 12320 D 03 Bu 14994 D 05 Bu 15392 D 04 Bu 16089 D 02 Bu 16161 D 06 Bu 16278 S 04 Bu 46867 S 99 Bu 47030 A 03 Bu 47160 A 03 Bu 55052 S 02 Bu 55404 S 02 Bu 55585 W 03 Bu 55627 D 03 Bu

    Original URL path: http://www.warbirdregistry.org/f4fregistry/f4fregistry.html (2016-05-02)
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  • warbirdregistry.org - Grumman Hellcat Registry - A Warbirds Resource Group Site
    2800 Some tagged it as the Wildcat s big brother The Hellcat and the Vought F4U Corsair were the primary USN fighters during the second half of World War II The Hellcat was the first USN fighter designed in view of lessons from combat with the Japanese Zero The Hellcat was credited with destroying 5 271 aircraft while in service with the U S Navy and U S Marine Corps 5 163 in the Pacific and eight more during the invasion of Southern France plus 52 with the Royal Navy s Fleet Air Arm during World War II which was more than any other U S naval aircraft Postwar the Hellcat was phased out of front line service but remained in service as late as 1954 as a night fighter Below is a list of Hellcat airframes that survived military service Bu 08825 S 06 Bu 08831 P 80 Bu 41476 D 08 Bu 41834 D 08 Bu 41930 A 08 Bu 42874 D 08 Bu 43014 S 04 Bu 66237 D 08 Bu 70185 R 08 Bu 70222 A 08 Bu 77722 D 08 Bu 78645 D 08 Bu 79192 D 08 Bu 79593 D 02 Bu 79669 D

    Original URL path: http://www.warbirdregistry.org/f6fregistry/f6fregistry.html (2016-05-02)
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  • warbirdregistry.org - A Warbirds Resource Group Site - Grumman Tigercat Registry
    USMC combat units before the end of World War II the Tigercat did not see combat service in that war Most F7Fs ended up in land based service as attack aircraft or night fighters only the later F7F 4N was certified for carrier service They saw service in the Korean War and were withdrawn from service in 1954 Bu 80373 D 11 Bu 80374 A 11 Bu 80375 R 11

    Original URL path: http://www.warbirdregistry.org/f7fregistry/f7fregistry.html (2016-05-02)
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  • Grumman F8F Bearcat Registry - A Warbirds Resource Group Site
    W 12 Bu 90454 D 02 Bu 94956 D 02 Bu 95255 A 02 Bu 95338 D 87 Bu 95342 D 87 Bu 95356 R 02 Bu 95369 D 87 Bu 121488 D 71 Bu 121510 D 87 Bu 121589 W 70 Bu 121608 W 71 Bu 121614 R 02 Bu 121646 D 04 Bu 121679 02 Bu 121707 S 02 Bu 121710 D 12 Bu 121714 A 05 Bu

    Original URL path: http://www.warbirdregistry.org/f8fregistry/f8fregistry.html (2016-05-02)
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