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Bristol Beaufighter - Australia

DAP Beaufighter Mk.21
Serial: A8-265
Unit: 30 (TT) Sqn, RAAF

Target towing aircraft, 1948. Carried Yellow and Black scheme to make it highly visible to the gunners it was training. Most Australian Beaufighter target tugs were painted silver on their upper surfaces with black and yellow undersurfaces. The aircraft in the profile was the first target tug conversion and was the only one painted in overall black and yellow stripes.


Artist: unknown
Source: Beaufighter In Action
Bristol Beaufighter - Australia | DAP Beaufighter Mk.21 | 30 (TT) Sqn, RAAF | A8-265


Artist: © Rafael Sekowski
Source: unknown

Bristol Beaufighter - Australia | DAP Beaufighter Mk.21 | 30 (TT) Sqn, RAAF | A8-265

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