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de Havilland DH.112 Venom - Iraq

Venom FB.Mk.50
Serial: 365
Unit: 6 Sqn, RIrAF

In 1954 and 1956 the next new jet fighters arrived in Iraq: a total of 19 Venom FB.Mk.1s and FB.Mk.50s were delivered at the time, entering service with the No.6 Squadron, based at Habbaniyah AB, and now under command by Sqn.Ldr. Abdul-Razzak, who was subsequently to rise in rank to Wing Commander, and taken the overall command of this base, when the local units transferred to Hunters.


Artist: © Tom Cooper
Source: The ACIG Journal
de Havilland DH.112 Venom - Iraq | Venom FB.Mk.50 | 6 Sqn, RIrAF | 365

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