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Can you help decipher Kamikaze insignia?
A rare Japanese kamikaze aircraft, an Ohka 2, which has been hanging from the rafters of the Fleet Air Arm Museum for over 30 years, has been removed in preparation for a new display to commemorate the War in the Pacific. Now available for closer inspection, it has revealed some intriguing markings which the Museum are seeking help in translating.
Navy to Participate in Veterans Week NYC 2013
Several hundred U.S. Navy Sailors will participate in Veterans Week NYC 2013 from Nov. 6 - 12 in New York City to honor the service and sacrifice of all American veterans.
Enough already - More!
Tom Heldt’s letter published in the October issue of AirForces Monthly has certainly caused many of you to reply – so many that we can’t publish them all in the magazine, so we’ve taken the opportunity of the digital age and reproduce them here below.
Aircraft profile: Short Brothers’ C-23 Sherpa
Far from being the most glamorous aircraft on the US inventory, the C-23 Sherpa has received several less than complimentary nicknames including ‘Boxcar with Wings’ and ‘Flying Winnebago’. Despite this, Tom Kaminski tells us it has proven itself to be a utilitarian workhorse and an important asset that has served both the US Army and the USAF during its career...
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