Costantino Petrosellini, Italian ace

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Alex T.
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Costantino Petrosellini, Italian ace

Post by Alex T. » Sun Jul 19, 2009 6:59 am

While googling to find more info about my gunsight, I stumbled on this nice page

http://aviationartstore.com/Costantino% ... ellini.htm

don't know if you guys ever heard about him (I personally didn't, and I'm quite ashamed, as he lives in my hometown!), but I think it's an interesting and not too known pilot, whose war and postwar career are really remarkable!

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Post by Editor » Sun Jul 19, 2009 9:03 am

I don't recall Petrosellini on Massimello's list but I agree a very interesting story. I think we should begin a new list of aces starting with Massimello's list and keeping it updated with new pilots as information becomes available. Did you ever finish your interviews with the aces?
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Post by jrlucero » Mon Jul 20, 2009 12:26 pm

Very interesting story Alex, thanks for sharing.

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