NO. 22 (ARMY CO-OPERATION) GROUP, ROYAL AIR FORCE, JUNE-NOVEMBER 1940.
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Westland Lysander Mark II, R2007 'LX-U', of No. 225 Squadron RAF deploys its ventral message hook for an in-flight pick-up during a training flight at Tilshead, Wiltshire. R2007 subsequently flew with a number of units, including Nos. 13 and 2 Squadrons RAF, No. 7 Anti-aircraft Cooperation Unit, No. 239 Squadron RAF, and in the Far East with both Nos. 1 and 2 Squadrons of the Indian Air Force. The aircraft was finally written off after a heavy landing at Risalpur on 16 March 1943, while serving with No, 151 (Fighter) Operational Training Unit.
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