I know this has been beat to death in other places, but I haven't seen much on here. If the United States brought more fighter aircraft to Europe from the Navy, mainly the F4U and the F6F, against the front-line German fighters, would we have had just as much success as with the P-51 and P-47? I know the English used the F4U on carriers on Atlantic duty, and we used the F6F during the invasion of Southern France, but there aren't as many examples as I can recall of direct combat. The F6F didn't quite reach 400 mph, but it was tough as nails and maneuverable. The F4U was probably the best front-line fighter at the end of the war after the various modifications, etc. Thoughts?