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During World War II, the skies overhead were sometimes filled with aircraft -- on their way to bases, points of embarkation, or on training missions. In 1943 and 1944, many of these planes were flown by WASP COAST WATCHERS or SPOTTERS (civilians who watched the skies for ENEMY AIRCRAFT) had to be able to recognize friendly aircraft from the shape of the plane 'Spotter cards' were used to train the Spotters to recognize the shapes of the friendly aircraft. See how many you can guess.
Roll your mouse over the card to see the answer. READY, SET, GO!
Planes include:
B-17, B-24, B-25, B-26, P38, P-39,
P-40, P-42, P-51, C-47 & PBY

For more detailed information on the planes, click below:

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