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Curtiss P-36 Hawk/Hawk 75 - Great Britain

Mohawk Mk.IV
Serial: AR654
Unit: A&AEE

Curtiss Mohawk Mk.IV (Mohawk is type name used for Hawk's 75 used in UK) with serial number AR654 and the Cyclone engine, used in 1942 by A&AEE. The plane have a new camouflage - upper fields of Dark Green and Ocean Grey above Grey (Sea Grey Medium) undersurfaces. Placing of camouflage fields and roundels shown drawing left.


Artist: © Miroslav Balous
Source: Letecktvi I kosmonautika (L+K), 1988, No.7
Curtiss P-36 Hawk/Hawk 75 - Great Britain | Mohawk Mk.IV | A&AEE | AR654 Curtiss P-36 Hawk/Hawk 75 - Great Britain | Mohawk Mk.IV | A&AEE | AR654

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