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Supermarine Spitfire - Great Britain

Spitfire Mk.IX
Serial: RG-W (PV120)
Unit: 208 Sqn, RAF

Palestine, circa 1945. This a/c have been formed the basis of the IAF's D-130. Its colour scheme was standard Ocean Grey & Dark Green upper surfaces with Medium Sea Grey under surfaces, sky rear fuselage band, white codes and black spinner. This aircraft was flown by 208's Squadron Leader and carried his pennant in an unusual position behind the cockpit. Note that the serial number PV120 is provisional.


Artist: © Malcolm Laird
Source: "Spitifre - Star of Israel" by Alex Yofe: Classic Warbirds No.1 (c) 1996 by Ventura Publications. ISBN 0-9583594-0-7.
Supermarine Spitfire - Great Britain | Spitfire Mk.IX | 208 Sqn, RAF | RG-W (PV120)

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