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    Aeroplane Monthly - MOSQUITO SPECIAL

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    MOSQUITO SPECIAL
    OPERATION ‘FRUGAL’

    When Churchill met Stalin in Moscow, No 544 Squadron’s 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 RAF’s Mosquito era to a close — but its aircraft have done much to preserve the type’s legacy

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    DATABASE:
    NOORDUYN NORSEMAN

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

    TOM CASSUTT’S RACER
    The TWA captain who created an air racing legend

    BRITISH F1 AIR RACING
    Memories of what was, for a time, Britain’s 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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