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Bell P-39Q Airacobra
Duxford (EGSU)
UK - England, July 8, 2007
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G-CEJU / 42-19993 (cn 26E-397) P-39Q-5B in particular marking of WW2 Airacobra - serial nr. 42-19993, „Brooklyn Bum 2nd“, pilot Lt. Peter A. McDermott, 82nd TRS / 71st TRG, Tadji airdrome, New Guinea. Airacobra was since wars end abadoned in high grass at Tadji, in 1974 was salvaged, restored and in years 1982-88 displayed in the Australian Air Space Museum in Melbourne, later in 1991-94 at Santa Monica Museum of Flying. Restorers in Chino, California made the wonder - since June 2004 “Brooklyn Bum” flying again.
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Bell P-39Q Airacobra
Fairford (FFD / EGVA)
UK - England, July 14, 2007
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G-CEJU / 42-19993 (cn 26E-397) Unusual type on display at RIAT 2007. Note the engine mounted behind the cockpit, not in front. Previously registered N793QG.
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Bell P-39Q Airacobra
Duxford (EGSU)
UK - England, July 8, 2007
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G-CEJU / 42-19993 (cn 26E-397) This wonderful Airacobra was restored to similar visage of P-39Q-5B, serial nr. 42-19993, „Brooklyn Bum 2nd“ from years 1942-43. Wreck of this aircraft was abadoned in New Guinea at Tadji airdrome. In WW2 was Airacobra assigned to 82nd TRS / 71st TRG, flown by pilot Lt. Peter A. McDermott, crew chief was Sgt. James W. O'Mara and armorer Sgt. John M. Conway. Wreck was after 30 years salvaged from high grass at Tadji and after 60 years (since June 2004) flying again by The Fighter Collection at Duxford.
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