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De Havilland DH-98 Mosquito TT35
Abingdon (ABB)
UK - England, June 15, 1968
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TA639 Built by DH at Hatfield as a B.35 in March 1945. Converted to TT.35 Target Tug. Latterly served 3 CAACU. To 7806M in May 1963. Displayed at the RAF's 50th anniversary show at RAF Abingdon. Now preserved in the Cosford Museum.
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De Havilland DH-98 Mosquito TT35
Cosford (EGWC)
UK - England, December 15, 2011
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TA639 / AZ-E On static display inside the War Planes hangar. Constructed largely of wood and designed as an unarmed bomber relying on its superior speed to escape enemy fighters. Designed in December 1939, the prototype first flew less than eleven months later. Over 7,000 Mosquitos were built in Britain, Australia and Canada. Post war, they continued in use as fighters until 1952 when others, including this example, were converted to tow targets for anti-aircraft gunnery practice (Canon 50D + 10-20 EX DC HSM)
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De Havilland DH-98 Mosquito TT35
Hendon (closed)
UK - England, October 22, 2010
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TJ138 / VO-L This Mosquito was ordered as B.XVI, but delivered as B.35, as one of 274 verison B.35 were built and of total 7781 all marks. In August 1945 was delivered to No. 27 MU at Shawbury and stored, like many Mosquitos in the post-war period. In October 1950 was first-time assigned to operational service by the No. 98 Squadron at Celle, later moved to Fassberg. In 1953 converted to TT version, later changed No. 22 MU, No. 5 CAACU at Llanbedr and THUM at Woodvale and after then only displayed. In 1991 repainted at St. Athan in 98 Squadron colours again and in 1992 trasported to the RAF Museum at Hendon.
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De Havilland DH-98 Mosquito TT35
Reykjavik (RKV / BIRK)
Iceland, October 20, 1984
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G-MOSI Arrived BIRK from EGPO at 15:12 hrs 17.10.84, took off for BGBW 19.10.84 but ret due mechanical failure. Finally left for BGBW at 11:46 hrs 25.10.1984
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