Curtis P-40 Warhawk


The Curtis P-40 Warhawk that was the mainstay of the United States Army Air Corp (USAAC) in pre-World War II days.

It is a single engine, single pilot, all metal fighter, ground attack aircraft and fighter-bomber.

It was primarily used by USAAC, RAF Royal Australian Air Force and Royal Canadian Air Force.  The USSR  used this type of aircraft as the “Tomahawk” which was an equivalent to the P-40.

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