P 40 Kittyhawk
- Kittyhawk adds another story to its long history
- IT was last flown in 1944 before making a dramatic crash landing in the jungle of Papua New Guinea during World War Two.
- P- 40 Kittyhawk: Guns Armed!
- Auckland-based pilot Liz Needham will be at the controls of a P-40 Kittyhawk aircraft as she strafes the airfield with six x .50 caliber machine guns.The display was first performed at Warbirds Over Wanaka by Garth Hogan in 2008 followed by Frank Parker.
- Columnist | Australians remember Bombing of Darwin
- Four U.S. Army Air Corp P-40 Kittyhawk fighter pilots died when they were blown out of the sky as the 33rd Pursuit Squadron rose to meet the vastly superior Japanese force.
- P-40 Kittyhawks at Warbirds over Wanaka
- Wanaka: At next year's Warbirds Over Wanaka International Airshow two Curtiss P-40 Kittyhawks will take part in an historic re-enactment of attacks on shipping and airfields in the Soloman Islands.
- World War II Airplane, Kittyhawk P-40, Found In Egyptian Desert 70 Years After
- According to Vintage Wings, a Canadian aviation news website, Jakub Perka, who works for an oil company, came across the Kittyhawk P-40 in March when his team was on an expedition in the Egyptian desert. As the photos below show, the plane is in ...
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