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Photo ID 244591 by rinze de vries. UK Navy Supermarine Walrus I, L2301
Photo ID: 244591
Originally destined for the FAA, this Walrus was delivered to the Irish Air Corps in March 1939. The aircraft retained the Supermarine B-class registration N18 and served with No.1 Squadron, IAC, at Rineanna (Shannon) patrolling the Irish west coast.
Photo ID 243896 by rinze de vries. UK Navy Supermarine Attacker F 1, WA473
Photo ID: 243896
WA473 without the bulbous 250 Imp Gallon ventral tank as used on most operational missions to increase the endurance of the thirsty Rolls Royce Nene 3 jet engine. Four 20mm cannon mounted in the wings. In total 54 Attacker F.1s were produced.
Photo ID 243895 by rinze de vries. UK Navy Supermarine Attacker F 1, WA473
Photo ID: 243895
In August 1951, the first FAA Attacker unit, No.800 Squadron, was formed at RNAS Ford. The squadron went to sea on HMS Eagle in March 1952. Only two years later, the squadron disbanded, later reforming at RNAS Brawdy with Sea Hawks.
Photo ID 243847 by rinze de vries. Norway Air Force Avro 504K, 103
Photo ID: 243847
This 504K (powered by a Sunbeam Dyak) served with the Sønnenfjeldske Flyavdeling at Kjeller from July 1921. The serial 103 had been re-allocated to this Kjeller Flyfabrikk assembled 504K after Avro 504A 103 (ex RFC B4306) had crashed on 1 April 1919.
Photo ID 243833 by rinze de vries. Germany Air Force Lockheed F 104G Starfighter, 25 74
Photo ID: 243833
Some time ago the orange dayglo bands were added to the wingtip fuel tanks of former JBG-31 and JBG-33 25+74. Preserved at the German Naval Museum at Wilhelmshaven as '22+22' of MFG-1.
Photo ID 243142 by rinze de vries. USA Army Air Force Breguet 14 A2 Replica, 2812
Photo ID: 243142
On 18 May 1918, the 96th Aero Squadron started air operations from Amanty Aerodrome in the Toul sector, northeastern France, with 10 Bre-14 B2 bombers and an unspecified number of this A2 reconnaissance version. The A2 could also carry four small bombs.
Photo ID 243141 by rinze de vries. USA Army Air Force Breguet 14 A2 Replica, 2812
Photo ID: 243141
Wearing the colours of the 12th Photosection, 96th Aero Squadron (American Expeditionary Force), the A2 carried a camera and a wireless set for observation and reconnaissance. The Lewis gun was mounted on a Etévé-ring, similar to the British Scarff-ring
Photo ID 243140 by rinze de vries. Germany Air Force Siemens Schuckert D IV Replica, N2160F
Photo ID: 243140
Completed in the USA in 1994 as an airworthy replica, powered by a Warner Super Scarab, it has been fitted with a dummy rotary before becoming part of this intriguing World War I diorama at the Aviation Heritage Centre.
Photo ID 243139 by rinze de vries. Germany Air Force Fokker Dr 1 Triplane Replica, ZK JOB
Photo ID: 243139
Built and first flown in the US as N240TS, ZK-JOB is one of several airworthy Dr.I replicas in New Zealand. This aircraft is in the personal colours of Lt Eberhard Mohnike of Jasta 11 as based at Lechelle aerodrome, France, in March 1918.
Photo ID 243138 by rinze de vries. UK Air Force Nieuport 27 Replica, B2812
Photo ID: 243138
Without doubt the most photographed diorama at the Aviation Heritage Centre is this wintery scene showing the conclusion of an aerial battle between the pilot of the German Siemens-Schuckert D.IV and this 40 Squadron, RFC, Nieuport 27 ending up in a tree.
Photo ID 243101 by rinze de vries. Norway Air Force Bell UH 1B Iroquois 204, 60 3597
Photo ID: 243101
The Bodø museum has two UH-1Bs on display, with '597' (ex US Army 60-3597) at the main entrance and inside is '079' (US Army 64-14079) in a white overall United Nations scheme, to support their operations in Lebanon in 1978.
Photo ID 243100 by rinze de vries. Norway Air Force Bell UH 1B Iroquois 204, 64 13966
Photo ID: 243100
This US Army (64-13966) was one of ten UH-1s supplied to Norway in 1966. Initially coded 'JT-B', 966 was in use with RNoAF's 720 Skvadron here at Gardermoen and the unit's detachments at Sola and Ørland.
Photo ID 243099 by rinze de vries. Norway Air Force Republic F 84G Thunderjet, 111209
Photo ID: 243099
F-84G-26-RE 51-11209 entered service with the RNoAF on 29 July 1954 and was assigned to 331 Skvadron as 'FN-2' and recoded later as 'FN-G'. In March 1958 the Thunderjet transferred to 338 Skvadron at Ørland as 'MU-5'.
Photo ID 243098 by rinze de vries. Norway Air Force De Havilland DH 82A Tiger Moth II, LN MAX
Photo ID: 243098
This Tiger Moth II (ex RAF DE840) is in the colours of '127' the first of 17 licence-built DH.82s for the Norwegian Army Air Force in the summer of 1933 (Serials 127 to 159, with only odd numbers used). In 1935 another 21 DH.82As were built at Kjeller.
Photo ID 243097 by rinze de vries. Norway Air Force Douglas C 47A Skytrain, 93797
Photo ID: 243097
C-47A-25-DK '93797' (ex USAAF 42-93797) was of ten C-47s delivered to the RNoAF in 1950 for 335 Skvadron as 'AO-T', recoded 'BW-D' in 1951 and finally 'BW-L' in June 1956. The C-47 was used until 1960 for calibration of aviation navaids.
Photo ID 242668 by rinze de vries. Norway Air Force Kjeller Flyfabrikk F F 9 Kaje I, 33
Photo ID: 242668
On 15 June 193,1 Kaje I '33' struck the water Rødmosjøen lake in Leksdale, Norway. The pilot survived the crash, but the observer died. After 75 years at the bottom of the lake, the aircraft was raised and later restored.
Photo ID 242534 by rinze de vries. Norway Air Force Cessna O 1A Bird Dog L 19A, 51 4953
Photo ID: 242534
One of 28 Bird Dogs delivered to the RNoAF, 4953 entered service with the Norwegian Army Field Artillery for observation and FAC-duties in August 1968. The aircraft was modified to O-1G standard in 1976, but the Bird Dog retained the O-1A designation.
Photo ID 242533 by rinze de vries. UK Air Force Gloster Gladiator Mk II, N5628
Photo ID: 242533
N5628 of No.263 Squadron, probably coded 'HE-B', had been damaged on 25 April 1940, in a German air raid on the squadron's ice airfield on Lesjaskogsvatnet, Norway. When the ice melted in the spring warmth, the Gladiator sank to the bottom of the lake.
Photo ID 242532 by rinze de vries. UK Air Force Gloster Gladiator Mk 2, N5641
Photo ID: 242532
On 25 April 1940, during Luftwaffe attacks on No.263 Squadron's base on the frozen Lesjaskogsvatnet, Norway, twelve Gladiators were destroyed or damaged, including 'HE-G' in which F/L Randolph Stuart Mills had been in combat earlier that day.
Photo ID 242496 by rinze de vries. UK Air Force De Havilland DH 98 Mosquito T 3, TW117
Photo ID: 242496
After some 'cosmetic modifications', such as the fitting of the Browning gun barrels in the nose and the 20mm cannon in the belly, this former RAFM Hendon T.III represents a 333 Squadron FB.VI (coded 'KK-T') after returning home to Norway in June 1945.
Photo ID 242403 by rinze de vries. Private The Fighter Collection Curtiss Hawk 75A 1, G CCVH
Photo ID: 242403
G-CCHV is in the markings of the 1ére Escadrille of Groupe de Chasse II/5 "Lafayette" and has the command stripes of Commandant Jacques-Louis Murtin, CO of GC I/5 and GC II/ on its fuselage.
Photo ID 242402 by rinze de vries. Private Red Bull North American B 25J Mitchell, N6123C
Photo ID: 242402
Built as a B-25J-35NC at the NAA Fairfax-plant in Kansas City and delivered to the USAAF in August 1945. In 1947 the aircraft was modified for testing electronics and radar systems for the Air Defense Command.
Photo ID 242401 by rinze de vries. Private Private De Havilland DH 82A Tiger Moth, G ANZZ
Photo ID: 242401
During the summer months Classic Wings operate a number of historic aircraft from Duxford. Morris Motors-built G-ANZZ/DE974 is one of them.
Photo ID 242297 by rinze de vries. Private Aero Legends Supermarine 361 Spitfire HF IXe, G CGYJ
Photo ID: 242297
Only seconds after applying power to the Merlin 70, former BBMF (as well as Red Arrows and 322 Squadron, RNethAF F-16) pilot Antony 'Parky' Parkinson, MBE, raises the tail of TD314 on Duxford's grass runway.
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