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U.S. NAVY CORSAIR FIGHTER

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Having been released from the arresting gear, a corsair fighter plane folds its wings in preparation to park on the flight deck of the flattop USS Antietam in Korean waters on March 4, 1952. Planes of fighter squadron VF 713, well known to Denverites as the Navy?s ?weekend warriors? from NAS, Buckley Field, Denver, Colo., have earned the reputation as dependable ?workhorses in support of United Nations troops in Korea. (AP Photo)

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