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||Pilot Commander Ralph Milleson (survived)
Ditched July 29, 1950
Built by Goodyear Aircraft Corporation in Akron, Ohio as model V-166B in April 1945. Delivered to the U. S. Navy (USN) as FG-1D Corsair bureau number 88392. Assigned to USS Intrepid (CV-11).
This aircraft was transferred to the US Naval reserve and stationed at NAS Sand Point.
On July 29, 1950 took off piloted by Commander Ralph Milleson on a local flight. This Corsair experienced a non-fatal midair collision with another Corsair. Damaged, this Corsair ditched into Lake Washington.
During 1983, this aircraft was recovered by Gary Larkins / Air Pirates.
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