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    Douglas C-47 Skytrain

    Few aircraft are as well known or were so widely used for so long as the C-47 or "Gooney Bird" as it was affectionately nicknamed. The aircraft was adapted from the DC-3 commercial airliner which appeared in 1936. The first C-47s were ordered in 1940 and by the end of WW II, 9,348 had been procured for AAF use. They carried personnel and cargo, and in a combat role, towed troop-carrying gliders and dropped paratroops into enemy territory.



    After WW II, many C-47s remained in USAF service, participating in the Berlin Airlift and other peacetime activities. During the Korean War, C-47s hauled supplies, dropped paratroops, evacuated wounded and dropped flares for night bombing attacks. In Vietnam, the C-47 served again as a transport, but it was also used in a variety of other ways which included flying ground attack (gunship) , reconnaissance, and psychological warfare missions.


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    Can this be one of those:



    These are two ex-Israel Defence Force C-47 Skytrain.
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    Default nice find

    nice picture...i checked out some pictures on google images, but I dont have pro version so I couldn't insert images.
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    Why you need pro version for insert photos in a file?

    Just type in the placemark: . Then you will have the image in the placemark description.
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    Default ?

    type wat into the placemark?
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    Type: <_img_src="URL"_>

    Without the _ ! This is the only way to show it.
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    alrighty...so its just html...
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    Default ...?

    Like this?
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    Default cause somehow I don't see the images...

    even though I did the html tag correct
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    Between the img and src must be a space
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    Now?...
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    Jep, but you should make two breaks <_br_> (without the dashes) between the pictures.
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