The F-4U Corsair was a great fighter aircraft that saw action during World War II and through the Korean War. Flown by the then well-known United States Marine Corps’ VMF-214 “Black Sheep” Squadron during the WWII, the F4U airplane saw action in the Pacific Theater. The Corsair aircraft flew on piston engines and by far holds the record of the longest production of fighter plane that runs on the same engine in the history of U.S. aviation.
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