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De Havilland Mosquito (N959TV) - FHCs DeHavilland D.H.98 Mosquito T.Mk.III flying at SkyFair 7.22.17.
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De Havilland Mosquito (N959TV)


FHC's DeHavilland D.H.98 Mosquito T.Mk.III flying at SkyFair 7.22.17.


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Bruce Bennidick
John Rumble
A little background of this beautiful bird

Grant MacGregor
Twin Merlin engines. Gorgeous sound this little mossie makes.
gwapo santa
great shot thks
Lucius Gravely
Background? How about all wooden construction?
John Yarno
Oh yes, that is a 5 if I ever saw one.
My Father flew these during the war. Night fighter bomber. Made of wood it was also hard to see on radar.
a very dangerous mosquito for the 3th Reich !!!!
Ray Toews
Reading the book, Terror In The Starboard Seat. Very interesting and funny book. Written by a nav/bomber during WW11
Nice photo Leland.
Too bad I was not there.
Amazing accomplishment to build this fast beauty with plywood in the middle of war time. Wonderful technology. Congrats DeHavilland.
Andrew Coulson
Fantastic. The Mossie is probably my favourite aircraft of WW2.
a mentor
until today, I was unaware of the 2nd version,
de Havilland DH.103 Hornet,
see https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/De_Havilland_Hornet
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