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10th April 1943: RAF operational trials – a high altitude radar guided dogfight.  The ‘wooden wonder’ the Mosquito aircraft which served a number of roles. Even in this publicity shot, with a message to ‘Adolf’ chalked on the 4,000lb ‘cookie’ bomb, the nose radar and bombsight has been obliterated by the censor.

10th April 1943: RAF operational trials – a high altitude radar guided dogfight. The ‘wooden wonder’ the Mosquito aircraft which served a number of roles. Even in this publicity shot, with a message to ‘Adolf’ chalked on the 4,000lb ‘cookie’ bomb, the nose radar and bombsight has been obliterated by the censor.

Pilot and navigator in front of a Mosquito Mk.NFII (nightfighter), in a pen at Luqa (Malta).

Pilot and navigator in front of a Mosquito Mk.NFII (nightfighter), in a pen at Luqa (Malta).

De havilland mosquito RR299

De havilland mosquito RR299

De Havilland Mosquito Mk II of No. 157 Squadron RAF refuelling at Hunsdon, Hertfordshire. 16 June 1943

De Havilland Mosquito Mk II of No. 157 Squadron RAF refuelling at Hunsdon, Hertfordshire. 16 June 1943

World War Two, December, 1944, Commanding officer of the Mosquito squadron RAF Coastal Command Max Aitken in front of one of the planes (Photo by Popperfoto/Getty Images)

World War Two, December, 1944, Commanding officer of the Mosquito squadron RAF Coastal Command Max Aitken in front of one of the planes (Photo by Popperfoto/Getty Images)

Kermie Cam - DeHavilland Mosquito Tour - Part 2 - YouTube

Kermie Cam - DeHavilland Mosquito Tour - Part 2 - YouTube

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