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Scott McCuskey

Ace with 14.00 Victories

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E. Scott McCuskey was Born in February, 1915 in Little Rock, Arkansas. He was the top-scoring fighter pilot during the Battle of Midway and one of the Navys early aces. Lt. E. Scott McCuskey enlisted in 1938 and won his wings and ensigns commission in the Reserves in October 1939. He began the war with VF-42, originally a Ranger squadron, which was temporarily assigned to Yorktown (CV-5) in late 1941 for Atlantic Ocean neutrality patrols. Fighting 42 was equipped with some of the first F4F-3 Wildcats to roll off Grummans production lines. After Pearl Harbor, the new Wildcats and Yorktown were urgently needed in the Pacific, so VF-42s assignment to Yorktown became more or less permanent. He later joined VF-3 on Enterprise and then switched to Hellcats on Bunker Hill with VF-8.

Items Signed by Scott McCuskey

A SDB Dauntless from the USS Enterprise attacks the Japanese carrier Akagi during the Battle of Midway.......Midway - Strike Against the Akagi by Robert Taylor.
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Scott McCuskey

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VF-3

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Moose

Moosa aswayita - Beware of the moose

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VF-3

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VF-42

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Moose

Moosa aswayita - Beware of the moose

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VF-42

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VF-8

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Moose

Moosa aswayita - Beware of the moose

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VF-8

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Hellcat

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Manufacturer : Grumman
Number Built : 12000

Hellcat

The Grumman F6F-5 Hellcat was to become the US Navys primary carrier borne fighter plane during World War II. Over 12,000 Hellcats were produced, and the Hellcat was credited with 4,947 of the 6,477 kills of enemy planes downed by carrier pilots during the War. The Hellcat had a top speed of 375 MPH, a range of 1,089 miles and was armed with six machine guns. The aircraft was powered by an 18-cylinder Pratt and Whitney, air-cooled, radial engine which generated 2,000 horsepower.

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Wildcat

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