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VOUGHT-SIKORSKY V-166 Corsair (OE-EAS)

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Christoph PlankPhoto Uploader
Dave Sheehy
jobeard, FA defaults the aircraft ID to the prototype model of the Corsair when the photographer types in CORS. The prototype was designated V-166 as designed by Vought-Sikorsky. You are correct about the model ID, but FA does not allow the photographer to be so specific.

http://www.navalaviationmuseum.org/attractions/aircraft-exhibits/item/?item=fg-1_corsair
Christoph PlankPhoto Uploader
thanks Dave :-) I used the ICAO Code "CORS" ;-)
Tomer Ariav
I like to see that the Corsair and Phantom were designated F-4. Did the ordinance for the Corsair include torpedoes?
robert kennington
"...The ailerons were wooden, covered in plywood and fabric..."
http://fighteraircraft.wikia.com/wiki/Vought_F4U_Corsair
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