This C.V-D was licence-built by the Haerens Flyvemaskinfabrikk at Kjeller and took part in the battles against invading German forces. '349' was evacuated to Sweden on 15 April 1940. In 1949 the Fokker was presented to the RNoAF.
Before transferring to the RNoAF, F-86F-35-NA Sabre 53-1206 served with the 48th FBW at Chaumont AB in France. The Sabre was with 331 Skvadron as 'FN-D' from July 1958 and later flew with 338 Skvadron.
MH350 entered service with 485 (NZ) Squadron in August 1943 as 'OU-V' and became the personal a/c of P/O Johnnie Houlton until June 1944. The Spit transferred to 332 Squadron as 'AH-V' in the spring of 1945. After the war MH350 served with 331 Skvadron.
On 5 October 1943, two Fw 190s of 14.(J)/JG 5, based at Petsamo, ran out of fuel in bad weather. Uffz Hans-Günther Kleemann parachuted to safety, but his aircraft, ‘Schwarze 3’ crashed some 40 kilometres west of Kongsfjord. The wreck was found in 198
On 13 April, 1942, after attacking Sovjet merchant vessels north of Hammerfest, ‘4D+AM’ of 4./KG 30, ran out of fuel. The crew abandoned the aircraft. 'AM' came down on high ground near Garddevarre, between Hammerfest and her base at Banak, Lakselv.
Ju 88 0881478 is on display at Bodø in the condition as found at the time of her recovery in 1988. On the port side of the fuselage the faint letters of a part of the Stammkennzeichen ‘BH+QQ’ can be discerned.