Deck Crew Set #2, WW2 U.S. Navy

Product number: USN022
Manufacturer: King and Country
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Product information "Deck Crew Set #2, WW2 U.S. Navy"

Retired: YES


Two more flight deck crew ... “plane handlers” ... Their duties would include helping to position the aircraft either for parking or preparing to launch.

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