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ZK323 On static display at RNAS Yeovilton Air Day 2013. This aircraft belongs to No. XI Sqn., one of the oldest fighter squadrons of the RAF that was briefly based in India during World War II. No. XI Sqn. would deploy to Cyprus in the month following the air show for Operation Luminous. (more of ZK323)
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501232 On display at the National Museum of the U.S. Air Force. This is Yellow 5 of KG(J)6, which retrained from the bomber to fighter role toward the end of the war, as denoted by the (J) for J├Ąger. After its capture in 1945, it was shipped to the USA aboard HMS Reaper for evaluation. The restoration has omitted both the Yellow 5 as well as the checked identification band applied to Reichsverteidigung fighters on the fuselage. (more of 501232)
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XX322 Formation take-off by the Red Arrows at Cotswold Airshow 2011. Behind XX322 is XX260. (more of XX322)
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IA1329 The IAF's first "supersonic-in-a-dive" fighter on display at IAF Museum Palam. This recently restored Mystere has the striking emblem of No. 8 Sqn. "Eight Pursoot" on the port side. It also equipped No. 1 "Tigers", No. 3 "Cobras", No. 31 "Lions" and No. 32 "Thunderbirds" Sqn. In Sept. 1965, a Mystere flown by Sq Ldr AB Devayya was intercepted and fatally damaged near Sargodha by a PAF F-104 Starfighter, which in turn was shot down by the vastly outclassed Mystere. (more of IA1329)
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