P-47 Thunderbolt Aircraft taxi for takeoff in WW2 Ie Shima.There's a little more to know about flying an airplane than just takeoffs and landings. Here the pilots need an expert to Taxi their P47 Thunderbolts prior to takeoff.
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preparing for takeoff takes more
than just a pilot. Notice the men on the wings.
This is because the P47 is a tail dragger and the pilot cannot see
out the front of the airplane when the nose of the plane is so high.
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