AMERICAN AIRCRAFT IN ROYAL AIR FORCE SERVICE, 1939-1945: NORTH AMERICAN NA 73 & NA 102 MUSTANG.
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- ATP 10680C
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- object name: Official photograph
- object name: Portrait photograph (aircraft)
- object category: Black and white
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Mustang Mark I, AG346, on the ground at Speke Airport, Liverpool, following erection at the Lockheed facility. This aircraft served with Nos. 225, 63 and 26 Squadrons RAF, and then with No. 41 Operational Training Unit. In 1944, AG346 returned to operational flying with Nos, 16 and 168 Squadrons RAF of the 2nd Tactical Air Force, before it was finally shot down by flak near Gace, France, on 20 August 1944.
Associated people and organisations
- Royal Air Force, 16 Squadron
- Royal Air Force, 2nd Tactical Air Force
- Royal Air Force, 63 Squadron
- Royal Air Force, 26 Squadron
- Royal Air Force, 68 Squadron
- Royal Air Force, 225 Squadron
- Royal Air Force, 41 Operational Training Unit
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