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A52-600

Serial: A52-600
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Notes: Renumbered as A52-600 from NS631 upon import into Australia (Mosquito, Sharp, C.M. & Bowyer, M.J.F. p114)
Used by No. 87 Squadron R.A.A.F. (Mosquito, Sharp, C.M. & Bowyer, M.J.F. p114)
Converted to an instructional airframe (Mosquito Monograph, Vincent, D. p213)
Sold (Mosquito Monograph, Vincent, D. p213)
Obtained by Warbirds Aviation Museum (Mosquito Monograph, Vincent, D. p213)
Under active restoration by the RAAF Museum, Point Cook
For further details of this aircraft, see Mosquito Locations
References: Beaufort, Beaufighter & Mosquito in Australian Service, Wilson, S., page 186, [text reference]
Beaufort, Beaufighter & Mosquito in Australian Service, Wilson, S., page 191, [photo and photo caption]
Beaufort, Beaufighter & Mosquito in Australian Service, Wilson, S., page 192, [text reference], ex NS631, VH-JUX
Beaufort, Beaufighter & Mosquito in Australian Service, Wilson, S., page 195, [text reference]
Mosquito Photo-Reconnaissance Units Of World War 2; Bowman, M. W., page 56, [profile artwork and caption]
Mosquito Photo-Reconnaissance Units Of World War 2; Bowman, M. W., page 76, [photo and photo caption]
Mosquito Photo-Reconnaissance Units Of World War 2; Bowman, M. W., page 83, [text reference]
Mosquito Photo-Reconnaissance Units Of World War 2; Bowman, M. W., page 94, [text reference], Description of colour profile on page 56

 

 
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