NZ5410 F4U-1D Corsair
By Brett Young

NZ5410 F4U-1D Corsair


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RNZAF Corsair NZ5410 of No. 3 Servicing Unit Squadron
touching down at Jacquinot Bay in 1945.

New Zealand was the largest user of the Corsair after the United States and Britain during WW2. A total of 424 were delivered and it became the predominant RNZAF fighter and ground attack aircraft in the South-west Pacific theatre, participating in the Soloman Islands Campaign to neutralize the major Japanese naval base at Rabaul, New Britain.

Size: A3
Medium: coloured pencil
NZD 15.00

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