Air Corps maneuvers, Malone, NY, 1939 (3) (2)

Photos #1 & #2 show a squadron of O-47’s lined up while on maneuvers at the Malone, NY, airfield. A couple of BT-2’s and a B-10 are thrown in for good measure. (1)

A mass of struts and wires, an O-43 waits beside the less strutted (but less graceful appearing) O-47’s. (4) (5)

Classy gas truck fills up the beasty O-47’s. (6)

Lt. Howard Means and crew deplane after a grueling mission over upstate New York.

O-43 (33-271) gets a few tweaks before darting back in the sky.

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