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Grim Reaper (VF10)
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The "Grim Reapers", Air Group 10
2006-09-11
By iArt7 & Wilz
The squadron began life as VF-10 in June of 1942, formed by Lieutenant Commander Jimmy Flatley in San Diego, California and evolved into the famous "Mowing Machine" that was the only fighter squadron in World War II to fly the F4F Wildcat, the F6F Hellcat, and the F4U Corsair.

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THEATER: PTO-Allied AIRCRAFT TYPE: Hellcat F6F5
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The "Grim Reapers", Air Group 10
2006-09-11
By iArt7 & Wilz
The squadron began life as VF-10 in June of 1942, formed by Lieutenant Commander Jimmy Flatley in San Diego, California and evolved into the famous "Mowing Machine" that was the only fighter squadron in World War II to fly the F4F Wildcat, the F6F Hellcat, and the F4U Corsair.

High Resolution Version
Low Resolution Version
THEATER: PTO-Allied AIRCRAFT TYPE: Hellcat F6F5
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Or Maybe This:

The "Grim Reapers", Air Group 10
2006-09-11
By iArt7 & Wilz
The squadron began life as VF-10 in June of 1942, formed by Lieutenant Commander Jimmy Flatley in San Diego, California and evolved into the famous "Mowing Machine" that was the only fighter squadron in World War II to fly the F4F Wildcat, the F6F Hellcat, and the F4U Corsair.

High Resolution Version
Low Resolution Version
THEATER: PTO-Allied AIRCRAFT TYPE: Hellcat F6F5
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Or Maybe This:

The "Grim Reapers", Air Group 10
2006-09-11
By iArt7 & Wilz
The squadron began life as VF-10 in June of 1942, formed by Lieutenant Commander Jimmy Flatley in San Diego, California and evolved into the famous "Mowing Machine" that was the only fighter squadron in World War II to fly the F4F Wildcat, the F6F Hellcat, and the F4U Corsair.

High Resolution Version
Low Resolution Version
THEATER: PTO-Allied AIRCRAFT TYPE: Hellcat F6F5
4


Or Maybe This:

The "Grim Reapers", Air Group 10
2006-09-11
By iArt7 & Wilz
The squadron began life as VF-10 in June of 1942, formed by Lieutenant Commander Jimmy Flatley in San Diego, California and evolved into the famous "Mowing Machine" that was the only fighter squadron in World War II to fly the F4F Wildcat, the F6F Hellcat, and the F4U Corsair.

High Resolution Version
Low Resolution Version
THEATER: PTO-Allied AIRCRAFT TYPE: Hellcat F6F5
5

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