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Anyone know what these are?
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PostPosted: April 23rd, 2015, 7:03 pm 
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No context beyond the fact that they appear at 2:27 in this video which appears to be an essentially random of clips of WW2 aircraft to accompany this song.

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PostPosted: April 23rd, 2015, 7:32 pm 
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Well, lets identify what we see;
Looks like a single seater [short cockpit], fixed undercart, radial engine with two blade prop, low main wing, appear to be in a bright, non-camo, finish. On the one top left one can just make out some wing markings, very near the tips.
I'm thinking of a pre-WW2 US aeroplane, perhaps one of the Ryan types?
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A suggestion elsewhere is that they might be Nakajima Ki-27 "Nate"s.

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Nates, and probably from footage used in the John Wayne 'Flying Tigers' movie.

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