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Lockheed A-28/A-29 Hudson - Great Britain

Hudson Mk.III
Serial: OS-T (V9158)
Unit: 279 Sqn, RAF

Birchem, Newtom, UK, 1942-1944. The a/c fitted with lifeboat. According other source, operated from Sturgate in 1942.


Artist: © John Weal
Source: Air International Magazine, January 1987 (Vol.32, No.1)
Source: Air Enthusiast Magazine. Vol.3, No.1. July 1972.
Lockheed A-28/A-29 Hudson - Great Britain | Hudson Mk.III | 279 Sqn, RAF | OS-T (V9158) Lockheed A-28/A-29 Hudson - Great Britain | Hudson Mk.III | 279 Sqn, RAF | OS-T (V9158)

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