This entry was posted on January 2, 2011 by navypilotoverseas. It was filed under Gordon & Ferguson, M-422a, Navy, TBF/M, Torpedo Bomber, Training, WWII .
these pictures express nearly everything in the particular interest of the one who did not belong to this time in history. Every single detail is there to be noticed or analysed. From the 45 cal bullets inserted in the gunbelt to the rivets pinned onto the aircraft fuselage without mentioning the most important aspect of all: the expression in the faces of those who had the guts to do what had to be done. Thanks a million
January 14, 2013 at 5:39 pm
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