35th Fighter Squadron

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P-40 #54

Langley Field, Virginia, mid-late 1940.


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Need a Tow?

A 35th PS P-40 gets a tow from a Biederman 6x6 wrecker.


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"Take the picture already,
my neck is killin' me!"

The unusual angle from which this shot was taken would seem to suggest
either artistic inclinations or a subtle sadistic nature within the
photographer. Either way, this snapshot is rather aesthetic and shows
the 35th Pursuit Squadron's leaping panther emblem to advantage.


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It's what all the fashionable
pursuit pilots are wearing these days.

Lt. Gilbert L. Meyers of the 35th Pursuit Squadron all geared up and ready to go.


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One last look at the map, for the camera...

Lt. Victor R. Talbot, just prior to climbing into a P-40 at Mitchel Field, December 1941.


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P-40Ns of the 35th FS at Cape Gloucester, New Britain on February 6th, 1944.


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P-40N of the 35th Fighter Squadron, Nadzab, New Guinea, 1944.


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Dick West

Lt. Richard Lee 'Dick' West of the 35th FS next to a P-40N.

More photos HERE...


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P-40N 'P' of the 35th FS at Finschafen Airfield in 1944.


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P-40N 42-105470 at 3-Mile Strip, Port Moresby.
This is quite possibly the same ship shown in the above photo.


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Another shot which appears to show P-40N 'P' of the 35th FS.


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Lt. K.R. 'Bud' Pool with P-40N 'F' of the 35th FS.
Pool scored two victories with the P-40 and three with the P-38.


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Maj. Emmett S. 'Cyclone' Davis, CO of the 35th FS (later CO of the 8th FG) at
Tsili Tsili, PNG in January 1944. The serial of his P-40N 'Cyclone' was 42-105506.


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