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    Aeroplane Monthly - MOSQUITO SPECIAL

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    MOSQUITO SPECIAL
    OPERATION FRUGAL

    When Churchill met Stalin in Moscow, No 544 Squadrons PR Mosquitos kept the PM in touch with the war

    NO 110 SQUADRON IN BURMA
    Fighter-bombers in action over the hostile jungle

    LAST RAF MOSSIES
    No 3 Civil Anti-Aircraft Co-operation Unit brought the RAFs Mosquito era to a close but its aircraft have done much to preserve the types legacy

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    DATABASE:
    NOORDUYN NORSEMAN

    The classic Canadian bush aircraft designed by a Dutchman. Joop Wenstedt tells its story

    TOM CASSUTTS RACER
    The TWA captain who created an air racing legend

    BRITISH F1 AIR RACING
    Memories of what was, for a time, Britains most popular aerial sport

    AND MUCH MORE!

    Aeroplane Monthly February issue is AVAILABLE NOW for just 4.60 from the Key Online Shop. Alternatively, you can purchase your copy from WHSmith, any other leading newsagent or download your digital copy here.


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    In particular the CAACU mossie article is very good, filling in gaps in my knowledge of the last RAF user unit. I started to go to RAF Woodvale cadet Chipmunk flying just to late to see them, but always admired the Meteors.

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