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Aircraft Carrier Catapult Launch

Aircraft Carrier Catapult Launch - Vietnam War, Aircraft Carrier, Deck Crew, US Navy, Corsair
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Wallpaper Description:
A7 Corsair being readied for a cat launch from the carrier deck.
Dave1956 Uploaded by Dave1956 on . Aircraft Carrier Catapult Launch - Desktop Nexus Aircraft Download free wallpapers and background images: Aircraft Carrier Catapult Launch. Desktop Nexus Aircraft background ID 2599592. A7 Corsair being readied for a cat launch from the carrier deck. Rating: 4.1

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Wallpaper Comments (3)

Patrickjack
Posted by Patrickjack on 04/25/21 at 07:32 AM
haha great
JOHNBECK
Posted by JOHNBECK on 04/21/21 at 07:10 PM
Great shot of the A 7E Corsair, sometimes known as the baby Crusader. Later, the USN handed over a bunch of these A 7s to various National Guard squadrons as well as to the Turkish AF
Gordon173
Posted by Gordon173 on 04/20/21 at 04:16 PM
that's an old timer. They were good planes
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Total Downloads: 31
Times Favorited: 5
Uploaded By: Dave1956
Date Uploaded: April 20, 2021
Filename: air-On-The-Catapult.jpg
Original Resolution: 1500x1200
File Size: 706.76KB
Category: Military

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