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FOUR WINDS 192 (N190DK)
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FOUR WINDS 192 (N190DK)

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Alan Brown
Great photo!
Zdenek BubakPhoto Uploader
Thank You!
davesheehy
Outstanding pic!
greg presley
Now that is a very rare aeroplane. Just a couple in the world flying, right ?
Thank You...Great photo !!!
Benjamin Taub
Four Winds? I'm currently reading a book about the 303rd bomb group in WW2 and I don't recall them referring to this type of aircraft as a Four Winds.
flybones
Perhaps "Four Winds" is someone's euphemism or misinterpretation of FW (Focke-Wolf); this is, of course, an FW-190, as the N-number suggests. Nice photo, though.
Champdriver
The problem is in using the incorrect ICAO code which has been pointed out before.
Yes it's a great photo.
Michael Beckhoff
Awesome picture!
David Reffner
Beautiful Aircraft! Awesome Pic w/ Signal Peak in the Background!!
Don Sykes
Great! Where? And restoration story
?
Mark Loupe
Very Nice!
Love WW2 AirCraft
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