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Douglas DC-1/DC-2/DC-3/C-47/C-53/R4D/Dakota - USA

C-47
Serial: T2 (1308676)
Unit: USAAF

A C-47, more known as British indication Dakota. The C-47 which carried 82nd and 101st Airborne Divisions belonged to 50th, 52nd and 53rd Wings. In contrast to Leigh-Mallory sorrows that the cargo in transport airplanes will be more weak, the Flak showed less efficacy in Cotentin.


Artist: © Jean Restayn
Source: 'La Campagne De Normandie (I) 6 Juin 1944', La Premiere Vague, Hors Serie 12
Douglas DC-1/DC-2/DC-3/C-47/C-53/R4D/Dakota - USA | C-47 | USAAF | T2 (1308676)

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