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Supermarine Spitfire - Yugoslavia

Spitfire Mk.V/Trop (Mk.Vc ?)
Serial: 76/9476 (ex-RAF JK103)
Unit: 103 Sqn

Pancevo, Yugoslavia, 1951. The aircraft wore typical camouflage scheme for 103 Recce Squadron: uppersurfaces - Dark Blue; undersides - Light Blue. During the service at Yugoslavian AF this aircraft crashed twice: on March 8th, 1950 when Svetolik Erdelian damaged during landing and on September 14th, 1951 Stevan Krnajic damaged engine during landing too. After last accident the aircraft was damaged on 80% and written off.


Artist: unknown
Source: 'Supermarine Spitfire' AJ-Press, Monografie Lotnicze 40, Wojtek Matusiak
Supermarine Spitfire - Yugoslavia | Spitfire Mk.V/Trop (Mk.Vc ?) | 103 Sqn | 76/9476 (ex-RAF JK103)

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