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Citat:Flying Spitfire in Australia
On 13 January 2020, Spitfire Mk.XVI TE392 (VH-XWE) of the Australian Fighter Pilot Collection made its first post-restoration flight. On this successful first flight, the aircraft was flown by the well-known Richard Grace of Ultimate Warbird Flights (Sywell, United Kingdom). His company assisted the local restorers, Performance Aero, during their two-year job.
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Da i ja postavim jednu lepu...


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Citat:Spitfire Mark VB, R6923 QJ-S, of No 92 Squadron RAF (East India) based at Biggin Hill, piloted by F/O Alan Wright over Kent in April 1941. R6923 was originally a Mark I, this aircraft being converted to a Mark V after having previously served with No. 19 Squadron and No. 7 Operational Training Unit in 1940.

Originally one of handful of rare MKI's that were built with 20mm cannons, it was involved in a number of cross-channel operations, before being relegated to No. 7 OTU when the type suffered from persistent jamming of the heavy guns.

Converted to a MK Vb (seen pictured here) it was flown regularly by F/o Wright who had several claims in it! This plane was shot down over the sea by a Messerschmitt Bf109 of JG26 on 21st June 1941.

Photographer: Charles E. Brown.
Credit: Authors Own Private Collection (Via RAF Museum).

Image Repair & Colourisation - Nathan Howland...
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Mk.Vc u retkoj konfiguraciji sa četiri topa... jedan od komentara:Citat:... The 4x 20mms configuration was rare and was mostly used by the South African Air Force...

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Mk.XVI



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Citat:... Spitfire MK F.Vc EE719 (A58 - 125) which was allocated to RAAF 2nd OTU out of Williamstown, Mildura, Australia.

The RAAF inventory for this aircraft shows the following, which appears to show it was in involved to separate taxiing accident before used for parts.

Arrived in Australia on SS Empire Strength 11/04/43. Rec 2AD ex UK 29/03/43. Issued 2OTU ex 2AD 02/05/43. Accident 1400hrs 07/06/43 when aircraft was involved in ground collision, whilst stationary with taxying Spitfire EE737 (A58-132); piloted by Sgt J T Reaney Serv#542677 (RAF) at Williamstown 07/06/43. Accident 14/10/43 when Pilot of EE718(A58-124)which was taking off at Mildura and taxied into EE719 (A58-125). Pilot of A58-124; F/O F Meakin not injured. As per File#9/16/1160 Min #3 converted to components 20/10/43...
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Citat:Spitfire Mark VB, R6923 (QJ-S) of No 92 Squadron RAF (East India) based at Biggin Hill, piloted by F/O Alan Wright over Kent in April 1941. R6923 was originally a Mark I, this aircraft being converted to a Mark V after having previously served with No. 19 Squadron and No. 7 Operational Training Unit in 1940.

Originally one of handful of rare MKI's that were built with 20mm cannons, it was involved in a number of cross-channel operations, before being relegated to No. 7 OTU when the type suffered from persistent jamming of the heavy guns.

Converted to a MK Vb (seen pictured here) it was flown regularly by F/o Wright who had several claims in it! This plane was shot down over the sea by a Messerschmitt Bf109 of JG26 on 21st June 1941.

Photographer: Charles E. Brown...
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Ovo je Mk II,ako se ne varam...


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