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The Australian press get a lens full of Mosquito as de Havilland test pilot Pat Fillingham gives a blistering demonstration at Bankstown in a T3 (A52-1005).

The Australian press get a lens full of Mosquito as de Havilland test pilot Pat Fillingham gives a blistering demonstration at Bankstown in a

a No. 23 Sqn. Mossie (responsible for night defence) flying over the island in June 1943.

The de Havilland Mosquito II of No 23 Squadron, Royal Air Force flying over Malta. The No 23 Squadron, converted to Mosquito IIs in July moved to Luqa, Malta in December of that year,

"And if you over-stress the airframe again, Sir, you just know where I'm going insert this, don't you, Sir?"

The Mosquito Tetze. About 30 were made for anti submarine use. Original seen as a tank buster, coastal command took them over. Mainly for attacking U Boats. it even destroyed an ME 110 in flight.

First flight of the de Havilland DH.98 Mosquito multirole combat aircraft 25/11 1940.

First flight of the de Havilland Mosquito multirole combat aircraft

The business end of the fighter version of the Mosquito - was armed with four 20 mm cannons in its belly and four .303 machine guns in its nose. Night-fighter Mosquitos downed over 600 enemy aircraft during the war.

The business end of the fighter version of the Mosquito - was armed with four 20 mm cannons in its belly and four machine guns in its nose. Night-fighter Mosquitos downed over 600 enemy aircraft during the war.

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One of the most remarkable combat aircraft of World War II was the British de Havilland "Mosquito", a fast twin-engine aircraft that was made largely of wood, which excelled as a reconnaissance aircraft, night-fighter, and fighter-bomber.

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(click pic for hi-res) The amazing de Havilland Mosquito in the air in New Zealand Words are.

De Havilland DH-98 Mosquito TT35  (G-MOSI) stopping by in Reykjavík on its way to the USAF Museum.

Whilst the Hurricane and Spitfire took most of the credit as allied combat aircraft of WWII the versatile all wooden Mossie deserved equal acclaim. When it entered service it was the fastest operational aircraft in the world. Over 7000 were built.

AUG 25 1942 Perils of low level Mosquito bombing Mosquito plane

ATP Mosquito B Mark IV Series 1 on the ground at the De Havilland Aircraft Company's aerodrome at Hatfield Hertfordshire.

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The DeHavilland Mosquito, a wooden bomber that terrorised the Axis powers with speeds approaching Built by cabinet makers and piano builders

De Havilland Mosquito. Designed and flying because of the belief of Geoff DeHavilland. From idea to prototype in 11 months. Built largely from laminated wood and made in sub assembly form. It was inspired and innovative, stealthy, fast and versatile.

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Designed and flying because of the belief of Geoff DeHavilland. From idea to prototype in 11 months. Built largely from laminated wood and made in sub assembly form. It was inspired and innovative, stealthy, fast and versatile.

Two ground crew arming the 20mm cannon on a de Havilland Mosquito. This view inside the gun bays shows the hidden complexities of the guns.

Ground crew load the four Hispano Mk II cannons on a De Havilland Mosquito. As can be seen, the cannon's receivers protruded into the bomb bay on Mosquito FB variants.

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