A Mosquito bomber in flight, date unknownMosquito aircraft in flight, circa 1944Mosquito bombers of No. 487 Squadron RNZAF attacking the prison (large building at center left) at Amiens during Operation Jericho, France, 18 Feb 1944De Havilland Mosquito Photo Reconnaissance variant at Akyab Island airstrip, Burma, 1945 (now Sittwe, Myanmar).
A Mosquito bomber in flight, date unknownMosquito aircraft in flight, circa 1944Mosquito bombers of No. 487 Squadron RNZAF attacking the prison (large building at center left) at Amiens during Operation Jericho, France, 18 Feb 1944De Havilland Mosquito Photo Reconnaissance variant at Akyab Island airstrip, Burma, 1945 (now Sittwe, Myanmar).
DeHavilland Mosquito F8 in United States service with the National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics (NACA) at the Langley Research Center, Virginia, United States, 4 Jan 1945.Experimental DeHavilland Mosquito ‚ÄúSea-Mossie‚ÄĚ with folding wings and torpedo mount for possible carrier use, Jun 1945 at Hatfield Aerodrome, Hertfordshire, England, United Kingdom. These did not go into production.
DeHavilland Mosquito F8 in United States service with the National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics (NACA) at the Langley Research Center, Virginia, United States, 4 Jan 1945.Experimental DeHavilland Mosquito ‚ÄúSea-Mossie‚ÄĚ with folding wings and torpedo mount for possible carrier use, Jun 1945 at Hatfield Aerodrome, Hertfordshire, England, United Kingdom. These did not go into production.
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