Corsair fighter-bomber about to take off

1940s
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Production Date
1940s
Description
A Corsair, flown by the RNZAF in the Pacific, ready for take-off on a bombing sortie. The nose and left side, all of the right wing and part of the left wing are shown. The left wing provides detail on the distinctively bent structure of the wings of this type of plane. The surroundings are hazy, perhaps caused by dust or sand thrown up by the moving propeller. There is vegetation in the background.
Physical Description
1 photograph : black and white ; 14 x 20 cm.
Media/Materials
Current Rights
Crown copyright
Accession No
11-0191
Credit Line
1940s. Corsair fighter-bomber about to take off, 11-0191. Walsh Memorial Library, The Museum of Transport and Technology (MOTAT).
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