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RNZAF maintained Rukuhia as a Storage Depot for surplus WW2 aircraft.  rnzaf.proboards.com .

RNZAF maintained Rukuhia as a Storage Depot for surplus WW2 aircraft. rnzaf.proboards.com .

The RNZAF received 30 Mustangs in 1945 from the United States as part of the planned replacement of the Corsair fighter aircraft. It was intended that the RNZAF receive a total of 370 Mustangs, however this did not eventuate. The 30 initially delivered were placed into storage at Hobsonville after the War until 1951 when the Territorial Air Force was re-quipped with them. The majority were withdrawn from service in 1955 and sold for scrap.

The RNZAF received 30 Mustangs in 1945 from the United States as part of the planned replacement of the Corsair fighter aircraft. It was intended that the RNZAF receive a total of 370 Mustangs, however this did not eventuate. The 30 initially delivered were placed into storage at Hobsonville after the War until 1951 when the Territorial Air Force was re-quipped with them. The majority were withdrawn from service in 1955 and sold for scrap.

RNZAF maintained Rukuhia as a Storage Depot for surplus WW2 aircraft. rnzaf.proboards.com

RNZAF maintained Rukuhia as a Storage Depot for surplus WW2 aircraft. rnzaf.proboards.com

??? The BAC Canberra was born in the pre photoshop era... so.....   creative photo re-touching maybe?  Nice pic all the same!

'RAAF Un-Official' Canberra 'Hangar Fly Through' Amberley - Photographer Unknown. Brave pilot and person on the ground: Airplanes Airplanes, Airplanes Jets Helicopters, Airplanes Choppers Military, Airplane Photos, Aweso

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RNZAF maintained Rukuhia as a Storage Depot for surplus WW2 aircraft. rnzaf.proboards.com

RNZAF maintained Rukuhia as a Storage Depot for surplus WW2 aircraft. rnzaf.proboards.com

Avia S-199 of the Israeli Air Force. The S-199 was based off the Messerschmitt Bf-109.

The Avia is a propeller-driven fighter aircraft built after World War II, notable as the first fighter obtained by the Israeli Air Force, and used during the 1948 Arab-Israeli War.

Spitfire LF Mk. IX,KJ-T,SM 143,№-4 Sguadron,Ravena,Italy 1945

Privately run, unofficial website on the South African Air Force. All suggestions are welcome - Dean Wingrin

Sea Bee Air (New Zealand) Grumman Widgeon ZK-BGQ collided with a small runabout when doing a high speed taxi “on the step” from Paihia to Russell on the 14th of April 1979. Both occupants in the runabout were struck by the left hand propeller and killed instantly. The following year, on the 21st of January 1980, ZK-BGQ was written off at Kelly’s Bay on the Kaipara Harbour with the pilot and his passenger both killed. The ill-fated Grumman Widgeon ZK-BGQ taken at Mechanics Bay on 10 June…

Sea Bee Air (New Zealand) Grumman Widgeon ZK-BGQ collided with a small runabout when doing a high speed taxi “on the step” from Paihia to Russell on the 14th of April 1979. Both occupants in the runabout were struck by the left hand propeller and killed instantly. The following year, on the 21st of January 1980, ZK-BGQ was written off at Kelly’s Bay on the Kaipara Harbour with the pilot and his passenger both killed. The ill-fated Grumman Widgeon ZK-BGQ taken at Mechanics Bay on 10 June…

RAAF Spitfire Mk.VIII 1944

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Images & Information on the worlds aircraft graveyards and bone yards. Airplane cemetery with mothballed airplanes from world war two to modern fighter jets.

Flown by Sgt Edward A "Shippy" Shipman at RAF Catterick in 1939, Spitfire Mk I EB-M displays the exigencies of No 41 Squadron RAF on the edge of war. While the codes had been changed from PN to EB at the outbreak of hostilities, the aircraft featured a non-standard type B fuselage roundel without yellow ring and no insignia on the underside of black and white wing surfaces. RAF markings were seen in a variety of proportions, with hastily painted rings, making the roundels less visible.

Flown by Sgt Edward A "Shippy" Shipman at RAF Catterick in 1939, Spitfire Mk I EB-M displays the exigencies of No 41 Squadron RAF on the edge of war. While the codes had been changed from PN to EB at the outbreak of hostilities, the aircraft featured a non-standard type B fuselage roundel without yellow ring and no insignia on the underside of black and white wing surfaces. RAF markings were seen in a variety of proportions, with hastily painted rings, making the roundels less visible.

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