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Corsair the Sky Pirates Campaign

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The name "Corsair" was used a total of four times by Vought's planes; the O2U, SBU, F4U and the A7. The first O2U Corsair rolled out of the Vought Corporation factory in 1927. With the last A-7 Corsair being retired in the late 1990's. The Corsair has seen a lot of action through many conflicts during its 70 odd years of history

David Johnson (Moeggo) came up with the idea and led the campaign with the following twenty one entrants completing the campaign with some outstanding builds of Corsairs

Corsair MkI by Torsten Rossmann (BlackWidow)
Corsair by Jessica Cooper (Jessie_C)
A-7 Corsair II by Allen Berry (Tomcat31)
Eggsair by Andy Appleby (torchy)
F4U2 by Damian Rigby (AussieReg)
F4U by Eoin Ryan (eoinryan)
F4U by Jonathon (JClapp)
F4U by Michael (flyboy92187)
F4U-1 by Adam Maas (mykroft)
F4U-1 by Torsten Rossmann (BlackWidow)
F4U-1A by Lap Man (eman)
F4U-1D by Rob Storey (29Foxtrot)
F4U-1D by Javier Casilimas (jcasilimasNY)
F4U-1D by Tom McCall (tmccall)
F4U-5 by Emre Efli (emroglan)
F4U-5N by Tom Duggan (doubtingthomas)
F4U-1 by Sean Hadfield (windysean)
F4U-1A by Martin (SUNDON)
Corsair by Grant Voakes (GVoakes)
F4U-1D by John (shorty53)
A-7 Corsair II by ? (Grenadier37)
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About the Author

About David Johnson (Moeggo)
FROM: WELLINGTON, NEW ZEALAND

Hi!! I am from Wellington, New Zealand. I got back into modeling back in January 2005. I am mainly interested in World War 2 aircraft and RNZAF during that period too. I mainly build in 1/48 but do have a few 1/32 kits. I am also starting to build a few 1/32 World War 1 aircraft also!