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This is a 3/4 scale Mosquito which first flew on 23rd April 2011. It looks remarkably like the full size aircraft, a real tribute to the 30,...

This is a 3/4 scale Mosquito which first flew on 23rd April 2011. It looks remarkably like the full size aircraft, a real tribute to the 30,...

Turn Up Your Sound! RAF Supermarine Spitfires escorting De Havilland Mosquito bombers

Turn Up Your Sound! RAF Supermarine Spitfires escorting De Havilland Mosquito bombers

Qld. 1945-07-17. Three De Havilland (Australia) Mosquito fighter-bomber aircraft of No. 1 Squadron RAAF based at Amberley peel off echelon for an attack dive. Aircraft are A52-526 (coded NA-E), ...

Qld. 1945-07-17. Three De Havilland (Australia) Mosquito fighter-bomber aircraft of No. 1 Squadron RAAF based at Amberley peel off echelon for an attack dive. Aircraft are A52-526 (coded NA-E), ...

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 .303 machine guns in its nose. Night-fighter Mosquitos downed over 600 enemy aircraft during the war.

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