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I was first looking for the french title, then realised the right original one. To avoid confusion for further french users, I started to edit the page. Then added the links to the usual websites of the footnote. That's how I found on IMCDB two pictures to complete the work of Dogfish.
Thanks to ahight and mike962 to provide these two screenshoots added today.
But there are still several missing planes : those of the attacking japs (AT-6 and BT-13 modified to act as A6M Zero, Nakajima B5N and Aichi D3A2), Grumman E-2B Hawkeye and Vought RF-8G Crusader; 507, a Grumman EA-6B Prowler. Those with the best eyes should seen too two Lockheed C-141A in the distance. Grumman A-6E and KA-6D are too on the credits. Who could add them ? LVCDC 09 june 2013