Warbirds and Classics

Challenge #5 in the Aviation series. Hosted by MikeyBugs95.
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All the classics you know and love! Any and all pre-1965 warbird and classic aircraft.
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Curtiss P-40C Tomahawk
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History of the Artifact This airplane was manufactured in the U.S., was then purchased by the British, and nearly immediately given to the Soviet Union in 1941. For almost a year, this airplane flew in combat in the skies over the Karelian Front in Russia, defending Murmansk against invading German forces. Major Ermakov was flying the aircraft on September 27, 1942 when the oil tank was punctured by enemy fire. Ermakov managed to glide the aircraft to a safe belly-landing on a patch of snowy ground near Murmansk. It was abandoned there. The plane was discovered in the early 1990s and recovered. The plane was ultimately rebuilt in Chino, California, and became part of the Flying Heritage & Combat Armor Museum in 1999. - i got this from http://flyingheritage.org
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Submitted: Friday, 3rd May, 2019 04:30 (GMT)
Taken: Friday, 6th July, 2018
Focal length: 321 mm
Shutter speed: 1/250 sec
Aperture: F16
ISO: 100
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