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VE Day Anniversary Air Show Duxford 23 May 2015. B-17 (Sally B) 2 P-51D's, TF-51D, Curtiss P-40F Warhawk and a Grumman FM-2 Wildcat

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skyhawkrg
Nice photo but tells nothing of Who, What, Where, When, and Why?
mc19rf
what does the Wildcat with the D-Day marks ????
cliff731
>>>"what does the Wildcat with the D-Day marks ????"<<<

Those "D-Day marks", specifically the invasion stripes, are authentic. Great Britain used the Grumman Wildcat in WWII.
Dwight Hartje
Great set of waterbird! Seen in Daily Newsletter!
@mc19rf

That's a Martlet the Royal Navy variant of the F4F/FM2
john cook
Who?=brave men. What=a celebration of Victory. Where= Oxfords. When=VE Day! Why=because a lot of Brave men overcame the axles of Evil .
Fantastic shot.
john cook
Dam spell check=Duxford
Mark Lansdell
A nice tribute.
Russ Brown
I think the 17 may have been used for fire suppression in california and was flown to Great britain in the mid 70s in trade for a Vulcan for a museum here in the States. A neighbor who had been a wing commander in the RAF made the trip.

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