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Warbirds is evidently a low budget SciFi movie. This type movie that was popular in the 50's when I was a kid. I noticed that the Japanese military truck had a white star on its side and US military identification on its front. It seems that it would have been very easy to cover these up. I guess that everyone just overlooked this error while making the movie.
One has to suspend belief in viewing movies. I caught several discrepancies in the movie but it was entertaining and for a low budget flick was worth watching. It is nice to see some WWII flicks still being made. I found the female pilot to be very attractive and intelligent.
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