The Marines Fly High

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The Marines Fly High movie poster.

Movie (1940)

Richard Dix (Lt. Danny Darrick)
Chester Morris (Lt. Jim Malone)
Lucille Ball (Joan Grant)
Steffi Duna (Teresa)

Marine lieutenants Dan and Jim fight bandits in a South American country, while competing for the attention of beautiful Joan Grant.

Ryan ST

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Fairchild 24G

Reg. NC19109 Fairchild 24G c/n 2974 built in 1937.
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Stearman C3R

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Douglas XO-14

A derivative of the Douglas O-2; a single airframe built, later sold on the civil market once the military devices removed. Fictionous code.

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