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P-40 Warhawks of the 23rd FG by markkarvon P-40 Warhawks of the 23rd FG by markkarvon
This is another version or the P-40 piece. The other one is for a client; this one is for myself.
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lawntig3r Oct 3, 2013  Student Artisan Crafter
Time to zoom and boom some zeros. Thanks for making this man.
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:icontygerstryke:
Godspeed, Warriors.
You secured Freedom and your place in history as "Patriots".
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RenerDeCastro Mar 29, 2013  Student General Artist
Flying Tigers ftw!
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:icontygerstryke:
These are P-40 Mk III or later. You can tell by the flattened nose cowl, the large chin radiator, and the fact it has six wing guns.

The 1st American Volunteer Group (AVG), which became known as the Flying Tigers, flew P-40B's. The P-40B had a much smaller chin rad, an OVAL nose cowl, two nose-mounted .50's and two wing-mounted .303's.
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I LOVEE P-40s!
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GeneralHuff Jan 25, 2012  Hobbyist Artist
My all time favorite plane growing up... the P-40 "Flying Tigers."
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jackherler Oct 5, 2011
The Flying Tigers
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:iconblackhedgehog13:
Arn't these the Famous Flying Tigers
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:icontygerstryke:
No. These are P-40e's. You can tell by the flattened nose cowl, the large chin radiator, and the fact it has six wing guns.

The 1st American Volunteer Group (AVG), which became known as the Flying Tigers, flew P-40B's. The P-40B had a much smaller chin rad, an OVAL nose cowl, two nose-mounted .50's and two wing-mounted .303's.
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