Item AOD72011 • More RCAF Mosquitoes • $8.89
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More RCAF Mosquitoes
Canadians in Coastal Command #3.
• Screen-printed decal sheets.
• First printing limited to 250 sets in 1/48 and 1/72 scales, and 150 sets in 1/24 scale.
• Decals to model 1 of 5 distinctive aircraft. One with nose art.
• Complete airframe stencil data decals are provided, complete with alterative variations and useage notes.
• four 8.5 x 11in. pages of illustrated instructions. (Hi resolution b&w supplied in the package.*
• Extensive coverage of the Rocket Projectile installation used on Banff Strike Wing Mosquitoes in 1945 include useful modeling notes, close-up photos and scale drawings.
* Home-printable colour PDF version available via email after purchase.
Individual aircraft covered in this set:
• Mosquito FB.VI RF838 as EO•A. This was 404 Squadron’s first Mosquito.
• F/L JR Hughes DFC & Bar and P/O Wade.
• Mosquito FB.VI RF851 as EO•H. This was 404 Squadron’s first Mosquito to fly an operational sortie, claiming 1 seaplane destroyed and another damaged on 22 April 1945.
• F/O DA Catrane and F/L AE Foord.
• Mosquito FB.VI RF856 as EO•P. Apparently the commander’s usual mount during the type conversion period.
• W/C EW Pierce and Navigator.
• Mosquito FB.VI RF880 as EO•X. Flown by the commander during an RP attack on enemy vessels 4 May 1945.
• W/C EW Pierce and P/O MH Michael.
• Mosquito FB.VI RF882 as EO•Z. The last Mosquito delivered to 404 Squadron.
• regular crew, if any, unknown.
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