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World War II/Other/Piper L-4/J-3/J-4/O-58/O-59/PA-11 Cub/Grasshopper/CAP-4 Paulistinha/USA

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Piper AE-1 "Cub"
Unit: Air Ambulance, US Navy
Serial: 6-1/2 (43-0289)

Pacific Theater of Operations, 1944.

The AE-1 was a modification of the Piper J-3-65 'Cub' with a 'hatch' opening on the top of the fuselage to the rear of the cabin area. This hatch was hinged at the front so that a litter could be placed inside - thus the designation 'AE-' - which may have stood for 'Aerial Evacuation' or 'Aeromedical Evacuation'.

Artist: © 'Nick' Nicholas
Source: 'On Target' Custom Graphics

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Piper L-4/J-3/J-4/O-58/O-59/PA-11 Cub/Grasshopper/CAP-4 Paulistinha | USA | Air Ambulance, US Navy | Piper AE-1 "Cub" | 6-1/2 (43-0289)
05/08/2013

L-4
Unit: unknown
Serial: DA-S

No additional information

Artist: unknown
Source: The Flightline - Military Aviation Archives[http://www.kotfsc.com/] - DEAD

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Piper L-4/J-3/J-4/O-58/O-59/PA-11 Cub/Grasshopper/CAP-4 Paulistinha | USA | L-4 | DA-S
05/08/2013

L-4
Unit: unknown
Serial: GP+QG

The Piper Cub was captured by the Germans and later recaptured by the Americans in France. It was flown briefly in German markings by the Americans, hence the notation 'Don't shoot! - USA' on the side of the aircraft.

Artist: unknown
Source: unknown

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Piper L-4/J-3/J-4/O-58/O-59/PA-11 Cub/Grasshopper/CAP-4 Paulistinha | USA | L-4 | GP+QG
05/08/2013

L-4A-PA "Elizabeth"
Unit: US Army Corps (probably)
Serial: 42-36389

One of four L-4A used from CV-4 USS Ranger for support of US troops landing in North Africa during Operation Torch on 8th November 1942. It was flown by Lt. William Butler (pilot) and Capt. Brenton Devol (observer). The aircraft wore standard US Army camouflage: uppersurfaces - Olive Drab, lower surfaces - Neutral Grey. The Yellow border around the main markings is the fast identification sign for aircraft participated in Operation Torch. The wings markings painted on the upper side of the left wing and underside of the right wing.

Butler Willian H.
Devol Brenton A.

CV-4 USS Ranger


Artist: unknown
Source: unknown

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Piper L-4/J-3/J-4/O-58/O-59/PA-11 Cub/Grasshopper/CAP-4 Paulistinha | USA | US Army Corps (probably) | L-4A-PA "Elizabeth" | 42-36389
05/08/2013



Artist: © David Gebhardt
Source: "US Liaison Aircraft", by Al Adcock, In Action No.195 (No.1195), (c) 2005 A Squadron/Signal Publications Inc., 1115 Crowley Drive Carrollton, Texas 75011-5010 USA. ISBN 0-89747-487-2.
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Piper L-4/J-3/J-4/O-58/O-59/PA-11 Cub/Grasshopper/CAP-4 Paulistinha | USA | US Army Corps (probably) | L-4A-PA "Elizabeth" | 42-36389
05/08/2013

L-4A
Unit: unknown
Serial: 43-29233

Circa 1943.

Artist: unknown
Source: Sent by Martin Wisniewski

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Piper L-4/J-3/J-4/O-58/O-59/PA-11 Cub/Grasshopper/CAP-4 Paulistinha | USA | L-4A | 43-29233
05/08/2013

L-4H
Unit: 3rd Artillery Division Communication Group, US Army
Serial: 1

Piper L-4H of 43rd Artillery Division Communication Group - Anglo, Luzon, Philippines.

Artist: unknown
Source: Typy Broni I Uzbrojenia, No.130 'Samolot wielozadaniowy Piper L-4 Cub'

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Piper L-4/J-3/J-4/O-58/O-59/PA-11 Cub/Grasshopper/CAP-4 Paulistinha | USA | 3rd Artillery Division Communication Group, US Army | L-4H | 1
05/08/2013

L-4H-PI
Unit: V Corps Field Artillery, US Army
Serial: 39-F (43-29624)

A Piper L-4H-PI Grasshopper (39-F/43-29624) flies over Omaha Beach in Normandy, France just days after the Allied invasion of 6 June 1944 (Operation OVERLORD). This aircraft was assigned to the US Army V Corps Field Artillery, which employed it for observing and reporting on German positions. The L-4H-PI is camouflaged with Olive Drab 41 (ANA-613; FS34087) upper surfaces and Medium Green 42 (ANA-612; FS34092) splotches, with Neutral Gray 43 (FS36173) undersurfaces. Black and White 'Invasion' stripes are painted on the wings and fuselage.

Artist: © Don Greer
Source: "US Liaison Aircraft", by Al Adcock, In Action No.195 (No.1195), (c) 2005 A Squadron/Signal Publications Inc., 1115 Crowley Drive Carrollton, Texas 75011-5010 USA. ISBN 0-89747-487-2.

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Piper L-4/J-3/J-4/O-58/O-59/PA-11 Cub/Grasshopper/CAP-4 Paulistinha | USA | V Corps Field Artillery, US Army | L-4H-PI | 39-F (43-29624)
05/08/2013

L-4H
Unit: US Army
Serial: 39-E (44-79675)

The L-4 airplanes of American Army Air Force is presented by the shown machine with marking 39-E which took part in Allies disembarkation in France in June 1944. As another Cubs in those times, it was painted at all surfaces with brownish-green colour (OD), while wing contours and horizontal tail flats were infracted by spots of deep green colour (Medium Green). The position of invasion black-white stripes and air force marking (they were also at the lower surfaces) and said green spots is shown in the small drawing. From below, the air force marking was placed also at the right side. The machine 39-E carried on the vertical tail flat uncompleted yellow serial number. The propeller was in original wooden colour, blades ends were yellow.

Artist: unknown
Source: unknown

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Piper L-4/J-3/J-4/O-58/O-59/PA-11 Cub/Grasshopper/CAP-4 Paulistinha | USA | US Army | L-4H | 39-E (44-79675)
05/08/2013

L-4H
Unit: 2nd Armoured Division Field Artillery, US Army
Serial: 63-C (44-80022)

Piper L-4 of the 2nd Armoured Division Field Artillery presented in Europe after Normandy invasion - Autumn 1944.

Artist: unknown
Source: Typy Broni I Uzbrojenia, No.130 'Samolot wielozadaniowy Piper L-4 Cub'

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Piper L-4/J-3/J-4/O-58/O-59/PA-11 Cub/Grasshopper/CAP-4 Paulistinha | USA | 2nd Armoured Division Field Artillery, US Army | L-4H | 63-C (44-80022)
05/08/2013

L-4J
Unit: New Mexico Nation Guard, USAF
Serial: NM-NG (45-4496)

The military version of the Cub, the L-4 Grasshopper, differed only by having a larger glazing to improve visibility. This L-4 carries its former military colours as s/n 45-4496 of the New Mexico Nation Guard.

Artist: © Gaetan Marie
Source: Gaetan Marie's Aviation Profiles

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Piper L-4/J-3/J-4/O-58/O-59/PA-11 Cub/Grasshopper/CAP-4 Paulistinha | USA | New Mexico Nation Guard, USAF | L-4J | NM-NG (45-4496)
05/08/2013

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