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Beaufort Mk.?
Unit: unknown
Serial: D

No additional information

Artist: unknown
Source: FAA Archive

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Bristol Beaufort | Great Britain | Beaufort Mk.? | D
05/08/2013

Beaufort Mk.I
Unit: 42 Sqn, RAF
Serial: AW-M (L9965)

Thorney Island, September 1940. Dark Earth and Dark Green uppersurfaces. Although duck egg blue or matt black undersurfaces had been promulgated from August 1940. L9965 still appears to have had Aluminium undersurfaces in September, if the caption to the photograph the illustration was based upon is correct.

Artist: © Peter Scott
Source: 'The Battle of Britain - RAF May to December 1940', Camouflage and Markings No.2

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Bristol Beaufort | Great Britain | 42 Sqn, RAF | Beaufort Mk.I | AW-M (L9965)
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Beaufort Mk.I
Unit: 22 Sqn, RAF
Serial: OA-Q (L9791)

Thorney Island, September 1940. Dark Earth and Dark Green uppersurfaces, with duck egg blue (BS381 (1930) Sky Blue ?) undersurfaces. This aircraft took part in a torpedo attack on Cherbourg Harbour on 18th September 1940, piloted by Sgt.N.Hearn-Phillips. Note the small Red centre to the fuselage roundel.

Artist: © Peter Scott
Source: 'The Battle of Britain - RAF May to December 1940', Camouflage and Markings No.2

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Bristol Beaufort | Great Britain | 22 Sqn, RAF | Beaufort Mk.I | OA-Q (L9791)
05/08/2013

Beaufort Mk.I
Unit: 42 Sqn, RAF
Serial: AW-S (N1172)

Pilot - F/O A. K. Passmore. Leuchars, Fife, Scotland, March 1941.

Artist: unknown
Source: http://jnpassieux.chez.tiscali.fr/

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Bristol Beaufort | Great Britain | 42 Sqn, RAF | Beaufort Mk.I | AW-S (N1172) Bristol Beaufort | Great Britain | 42 Sqn, RAF | Beaufort Mk.I | AW-S (N1172)
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Artist: © Janusz Swiatlon
Source: Aero 3/2007. Magazyn lotniczy. ISSN 1896-3951.
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Bristol Beaufort | Great Britain | 42 Sqn, RAF | Beaufort Mk.I | AW-S (N1172)
05/08/2013

Beaufort Mk.I
Unit: 42 Sqn, RAF
Serial: AW-T (W??7?)

The most common colour scheme of Bristol Beaufort Mk.I planes is shown in drawing of the machine of 42nd Sqn equipment in 1940. Top and lateral surfaces were covered by Dark Green combined with Dark Earth colours. Bottom surfaces were pale greenish-grey (Sky). Usually, for night operations bottom flats were painted with black colour. The little view from above shows national marking positions, this was missing from below.

Artist: © Miroslav Balous
Source: Letecktvi I kosmonautika (L+K) Magazine

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Bristol Beaufort | Great Britain | 42 Sqn, RAF | Beaufort Mk.I | AW-T (W??7?) Bristol Beaufort | Great Britain | 42 Sqn, RAF | Beaufort Mk.I | AW-T (W??7?)
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Beaufort Mk.I
Unit: 22 Sqn, RAF
Serial: OA-F (L4448)

Ceylon, March 1942.

Reference the Australian War Memorial web site... The eighth Bristol built Beaufort Mk.I (L4448 which became A9-1001) was imported for trials and to act as a pattern for local manufacture of the bomber by the Department of Aircraft Production. After many modifications, including the fitting of American engines, propellers and cowlings, it made its first flight in Australia on 5 May 1941. The original 1,000 hp Taurus engines were replaced by 1,200 hp Pratt and Whitney Twin Wasps. As from May 1941, several notable long distance flights were carried out by this experimental prototype and all expectations were exceeded. Beaufort L4448 served with 1 Aircraft Depot (Laverton) and No 4 Communication Flight (Archerfield). This aircraft crashed 27/02/43 Darwin when aircraft swerved on takeoff and collided with a truck. It was converted to components in September 1943.

Artist: unknown
Source: 'British warplanes of World War II' by Daniel J. March, Aerospace Publishing Ltd, 1998

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Bristol Beaufort | Great Britain | 22 Sqn, RAF | Beaufort Mk.I | OA-F (L4448)
05/08/2013

According this source: on 6th February 1942 this aircraft torpedoed the battle-cruiser Gneisenau in Brest harbor.

Artist: © Robert Craig Johnson
Source: http://www.chandelle-jah.com/
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Bristol Beaufort | Great Britain | 22 Sqn, RAF | Beaufort Mk.I | OA-F (L4448)
05/08/2013

Beaufort Mk.I
Unit: 22 Sqn, RAF
Serial: OA-H (L4449)

RAF Coltishall. On 14th February 1942. Detached to RAF Coltishall as part of the RAF's response to the 'Channel Dash' on the 12th February 1942.

Artist: © Richard Vernon
Source: Aggressive in Defence - The Aircraft of RAF Coltishall 1940 - 2006 by R.H.Vernon 2005

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Bristol Beaufort | Great Britain | 22 Sqn, RAF | Beaufort Mk.I | OA-H (L4449)
05/08/2013

Beaufort Mk.Ia "Snake"
Unit: ? Sqn, RAF
Serial: DX157

No additional information

Artist: unknown
Source: unknown

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Bristol Beaufort | Great Britain | ? Sqn, RAF | Beaufort Mk.Ia "Snake" | DX157
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Beaufort Mk.II
Unit: 5 METS, RAF
Serial: 5/T

Egypt, 1943. METS = Middle East Torpedo School.

Artist: © Janusz Swiatlon
Source: Aero 3/2007. Magazyn lotniczy. ISSN 1896-3951.

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Bristol Beaufort | Great Britain | 5 METS, RAF | Beaufort Mk.II | 5/T
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