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Grumman F6F Hellcat / 72-094 /
1. F6F-3 No,5 'Ruthless' flown by Lt Oscar I. 'Oc' Chenoweth Jr XO VF-38, Segi Point New, Georgia, August, 1943.

2. F6F-5 BuNo.58937 No,12 flown by Lt(jg) Arthur Ray 'Hank' Hawkins of VF-31, USS Cabot, September, 1944.

3. F6F-3 BuNo.40467 No,19 flown by Lt(jg) Alexander Vraciu of VF-6, USS Intrepid, 17 February, 1944.

4. F6F-5 No,8 flown by Ensigns Alred R. Wood & Edward W. Olszewski of  VOF-1, USS Tulagi, August, 1944.

5. F6F-5 No,99 'Hanger Lilly' flown by Cdr Hugh T. Winters Jr., Co Air Group 19, USS Lexington, November. 1944.

6. F6F-5 BuNo.72534 No,115 'Death & Destruction' flown by Ensigns Donald McPherson, Bill Kingston & Lttleton Ward of VF-83, USS Essex, May. 1945.

7. F6F-5 No,7 flown by Ens Robert E. Murray of VF-29, USS Cabot, April, 1945.

8. F6F-5 VS1 flown by Lt Cdr William E. Eder of the 'Victory Squadron', 1945.

9. F6F-3 BuNo.25813 No,13 'My Own Joan II' flown by Lt C.K. 'Ken' Hilderbrandt of VF-33, Ondonga, 25 December, 1943.

10. F6F-5 No.8 flown by Cornelius N. 'Conny' Nooy of VF-31, USS Belleau Wood, 25 July, 1945.

11. Grumman F6F 5, ‘S’.GC ll/9 ‘Auvergne, Armee de l’Air,Tan Son Nhut  Vietnam1952; national markings in six positions.
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