Canadian Spitfire F.R MK XIV of 430 Squadron RCAF, date unknown

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1. Harold A. Skaarup says:
20 Feb 2021 02:10:36 AM

Supermarine Spitfire FR Mk. XIV, RAF (Serial No. RM795), coded T, No. 430 Squadron, RCAF.

The Form 78 for RAF (Serial No. RM795), included the following data: built at Supermarine (Super), powered by a Griffon 65 engine, 39 MU, 31 Aug 1944, 2 Squadron, 23 Nov 1944, No. 130 Squadron, repaired, failed to return (FTR) operations cancelled. No. 414 Squadron, British Air Forces of Occupation (BAFO), 3 Jan 1949, Reserve Pool, 20 Apr 1949, non-effective aircraft (NEA), 1 Aug 1950, sold, Vickers Armstrong (VA), 10 Nov 1950, to Belgian Air Force, 15 Nov 1950.

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