Capt. Johnson: the Piper Cub beat the Germans – As a military plane it had no equal, he says

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As a spotter for an artillery unit, Capt. Johnson put twice as many hours in the air as an Air Force pilot during the Second World War. As a spotter for an artillery unit, Capt. Johnson put twice as many hours in the air as an Air Force pilot during the Second World War. Photo provided

The Piper Cub, used as an artillery spotter plane, did more to defeat the German Army in World War II then any other American airplane, according to Capt. John Johnson.

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