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Aviation Nation 2017 - Texas Flying Legends
From bottom to top:

P-51 Mustang
P-40 Warhawk
B-25 Mitchell
TBM-3E Avenger
F4U (FG-1D) Corsair


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Lewis Tripp
A sight to behold. Nice,weatherman.
Alan Brown
Great photo! Must have been a great day!
David Apps
serge LOTH
this is the soul of many pilots careers... super..
Greg Zelna
Well thats not something you see everyday, certainly not all in one place. Is X308 a Dauntless ?
Dave Newman
is 489 the Corsair?
Alan Hume
Yes, great shot, but in view of the comments it would be useful if some fuller descriptions could be attached to these postings.
David Sims
These are the Texas Flying Legends.

Top to bottom: Corsair, TBM Avenger, B-25 Mitchell, P-40, P-51
Great shot of some classic warbirds.
weatherman04Photo Uploader
Thanks for the comments! I have updated the description to cover all the aircraft. This was an excellent air show, and my first time visiting Aviation Nation. Seeing all these vintage warbirds together was quite an experience!
Alan Gray
If I were to ask for a photo of my top 5 favorite war planes, this would be the result. Well done weatherman04!!!
Such an awesome shot. Thanks. :)
Andrew Coulson
Great shot. Now that's what I call a "Group Photo"!
jesse kyzer
THANK YOU! to everyone who help keep these Ol birds flying.
Two of the aircraft's my dad turned wrenches on during the second world war. The Vought F4U Corsair and the Marine Corp version of the B-25 (PBJ-1). My dad told me that the Marines B-25 where used for anti shipping and anti-sub roles. He said that some where even fitted with either a 75mm or a larger cannon and rocket pods. From on field engineering by Marines (Improvise, Adapt, and Overcome). He told me that one airshow we went to when i was little.


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