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Beaufighter NF.Mk.VIF
Unit: 600 Sqn, RAF
Serial: BQ-Q (V8755)

Crew: pilot FS.Alwin B.Downing, R/O - FS John T. Lyons. Blida, Algeria, April 1943. On this a/c they shot down in the morning of 30 April 1943 5 German Ju.52.

Artist: © Pierre-Andre Tilley
Source: Aero Journal No.13, June - July 2000, (c) Aero-Editions, ISSN: 0336-1055

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Bristol Beaufighter | Great Britain | 600 Sqn, RAF | Beaufighter NF.Mk.VIF | BQ-Q (V8755)
05/08/2013

Beaufighter Mk.X
Unit: 27 Sqn, RAF
Serial: W (KW393)

Burma, early 1945. In October 1944 this a/c was coded 'G'. Dark Green/Dark Earth/Medium Sea Grey with SEAC type roundels. Fuselage and lower wing roundels 32-in, upper wing 63-in. The fin flash was 22 x 24-in and serial 8-in. The Roundels Blue codes were approximately 32-in high with a White outline. White fin (18-in wide) tailplane (18-in wide) and wing (28-in wide) bands. White spinners.

Artist: © M.David Howley
Source: SAM - Scale Aircraft Modelling Magazine, Vol.25, No.8, October 2003; Guideline Publications, 352 Selbourne Road, Luton, Bedfordshire LU4 8NU, UK; ISSN 0956-1420

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Bristol Beaufighter | Great Britain | 27 Sqn, RAF | Beaufighter Mk.X | W (KW393)
05/08/2013

Beaufighter Mk.10
Unit: 45 Sqn, RAF
Serial: OB-A (RB858)

Negumbo, Ceylon, suffered a fatal crash at Butterworth on 11 February 1949. Probably Dark Green/Dark Sea Grey/Sky. The aircraft has C type roundels; 36-in on the fuselage, 32 in underwing and 63 in upperwing, with a 24x24 in fin flash. The underwing serial was 32 in high and the fuselage serial 8-in. Codes were 24 in high and in black. Red spinners and an 18-in wide white band around rear fuselage. This may have been CO's machine, with a squadron badge on the nose on a white disk.

Artist: © M.David Howley
Source: SAM - Scale Aircraft Modelling Magazine, Vol.25, No.8, October 2003; Guideline Publications, 352 Selbourne Road, Luton, Bedfordshire LU4 8NU, UK; ISSN 0956-1420

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Bristol Beaufighter | Great Britain | 45 Sqn, RAF | Beaufighter Mk.10 | OB-A (RB858)
05/08/2013

Beaufighter Mk.10
Unit: 45 Sqn, RAF
Serial: OB-B (RD776)

Negumbo, Ceylon, February 1947. Aluminium overall. The aircraft has C type roundels; 36-in on the fuselage, 32 in underwing and 63 in upperwing, with a 24x24 in fin flash. The underwing serial was 32 in high and the fuselage serial 8-in. Codes were 24 in high and in black. Black spinners.

Artist: © M.David Howley
Source: SAM - Scale Aircraft Modelling Magazine, Vol.25, No.8, October 2003; Guideline Publications, 352 Selbourne Road, Luton, Bedfordshire LU4 8NU, UK; ISSN 0956-1420

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Bristol Beaufighter | Great Britain | 45 Sqn, RAF | Beaufighter Mk.10 | OB-B (RD776)
05/08/2013

Beaufighter Mk.10
Unit: 45 Sqn, RAF
Serial: OB-R (RD857)

Kuala Lumpur, Malaya, in 1949. Medium Sea Grey/Night with D type roundels; 36-in on the fuselage and 63 in upperwing, with a 24x24 in fin flash and the White underwing serial was 32 in high, the fuselage serial 8-in. Codes were 24 in high in White. No spinners.

Artist: © M.David Howley
Source: SAM - Scale Aircraft Modelling Magazine, Vol.25, No.8, October 2003; Guideline Publications, 352 Selbourne Road, Luton, Bedfordshire LU4 8NU, UK; ISSN 0956-1420

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Bristol Beaufighter | Great Britain | 45 Sqn, RAF | Beaufighter Mk.10 | OB-R (RD857)
05/08/2013

Beaufighter Mk.X
Unit: 22 Sqn, RAF
Serial: Q (RD515)

Burma, late 1944. Dark Green/Dark Earth/Medium Sea Grey with SEAC type roundels. Fuselage and lower wing roundels 32-in, upper wing 63-in. The fin flash was 22 x 24-in and serial 8-in. The Roundels Blue codes were approximately 32-in high with a White outline. White fin (18-in wide) tailplane (18-in wide) and wing (28-in wide) bands.

Artist: © M.David Howley
Source: SAM - Scale Aircraft Modelling Magazine, Vol.25, No.8, October 2003; Guideline Publications, 352 Selbourne Road, Luton, Bedfordshire LU4 8NU, UK; ISSN 0956-1420

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Bristol Beaufighter | Great Britain | 22 Sqn, RAF | Beaufighter Mk.X | Q (RD515)
05/08/2013

Beaufighter Mk.X
Unit: 144 Sqn, RAF
Serial: PL-O (NT961)

RAF Dallachy, circa February 1945. Extra Dark Sea Grey/Sky with 36-in C type roundels on the fuselage and 63-in roundels on the upper wings. The fin flash was 24 x 24-in and serial 8-in high. The Black codes were approximately 32-in high.

Artist: © M.David Howley
Source: SAM - Scale Aircraft Modelling Magazine, Vol.25, No.8, October 2003; Guideline Publications, 352 Selbourne Road, Luton, Bedfordshire LU4 8NU, UK; ISSN 0956-1420

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Bristol Beaufighter | Great Britain | 144 Sqn, RAF | Beaufighter Mk.X | PL-O (NT961)
05/08/2013

Beaufighter TF.Mk.X
Unit: 236 Sqn, RAF
Serial: MB-T (NT950)

Aircraft carries full D-Day invasion stripes.

Artist: unknown
Source: FAA Archive

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Bristol Beaufighter | Great Britain | 236 Sqn, RAF | Beaufighter TF.Mk.X | MB-T (NT950)
05/08/2013



Artist: unknown
Source: Beaufighter In Action

Bristol Beaufighter | Great Britain | 236 Sqn, RAF | Beaufighter TF.Mk.X | MB-T (NT950)
05/08/2013

According this source: Beaufighter Mk.VIc.

Artist: © Wieslaw Baczkowski
Source: "Samolot Mysliwski Beaufighter" Typy Broni I Uzbrojenia (TBiU), No.67
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Bristol Beaufighter | Great Britain | 236 Sqn, RAF | Beaufighter TF.Mk.X | MB-T (NT950)
05/08/2013

Beaufighter TF.Mk.X
Unit: Coastal Command, RAF
Serial: LZ293

One of the early aircraft of this version and one of the few Beaufighters painted in white Coastal Command scheme. Circa 1944. It had ASV radar for location sea targets.

Artist: © Rafael Sekowski
Source: unknown

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Bristol Beaufighter | Great Britain | Coastal Command, RAF | Beaufighter TF.Mk.X | LZ293 Bristol Beaufighter | Great Britain | Coastal Command, RAF | Beaufighter TF.Mk.X | LZ293
05/08/2013

Beaufighter TF.Mk.X
Unit: 254 Sqn, Coastal Command RAF
Serial: QM-F (RD351)

No additional information

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Source: unknown

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Bristol Beaufighter | Great Britain | 254 Sqn, Coastal Command RAF | Beaufighter TF.Mk.X | QM-F (RD351)
05/08/2013

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