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Tiger Moth
Unit: 28.EFTS, RAF
Serial: 12 (680)

Distinguished bv fuselage ring of red-white chequer were Tiger Moths of No. 28.EFTS at Mount Hampden (South Rhodesia). With the aircraft bearing sequence number '12' the pupil landed on the back of another plane and both ground-looped without serious injury to the pilots on May 14, 1942.

Artist: © Frantisek Valek
Source: "Ilustrovana Historie Letectvi No.8 - Avia/Letov C-2 (Arado Ar.96), Aero L-29 Delfin, De Havilland Tiger Moth" (c)Zdenek Hurt, Pavel Kucera, Oliver Chalas, 1992.

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de Havilland DH.82 Tiger Moth/Queen Bee | Great Britain | 28.EFTS, RAF | Tiger Moth | 12 (680)
05/08/2013

Tiger Moth Mk.?
Unit: "A" Flight, 22.EFTS, RAF
Serial: 16/A (N6634)

By the No. 22.EFTS in Cambridge also members of Czechoslovak Air Force-passed the training. Its Tiger Moths had sequence numbers on the cowling black outlined and designation was placed before cockpit - A16 in this case. The aeroplane N6634 was used by the unit's A Flight in the years 1942-1943.

Artist: © Frantisek Valek
Source: "Ilustrovana Historie Letectvi No.8 - Avia/Letov C-2 (Arado Ar.96), Aero L-29 Delfin, De Havilland Tiger Moth" (c)Zdenek Hurt, Pavel Kucera, Oliver Chalas, 1992.

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de Havilland DH.82 Tiger Moth/Queen Bee | Great Britain | "A" Flight, 22.EFTS, RAF | Tiger Moth Mk.? | 16/A (N6634)
05/08/2013

Tiger Moth Mk.?
Unit: unknown
Serial: N6835

RAF Coltishall Station Flight. March 1941. Aircraft crashed into North Sea while being flown by a Polish Pilot from 257 Squadron in June 1941.

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

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de Havilland DH.82 Tiger Moth/Queen Bee | Great Britain | Tiger Moth Mk.? | N6835
05/08/2013

Tiger Moth Mk.?
Unit: 3.EFTS, RAF
Serial: 16 (T5378)

This a/c was relatively frequently used by Czechoslovak flying staff in No. 3 EFTS in Shellingford. It had anti-spin strakes not yet mounted and identification field of yellow-green colour was painted on the fuselage back.

Artist: © Frantisek Valek
Source: "Ilustrovana Historie Letectvi No.8 - Avia/Letov C-2 (Arado Ar.96), Aero L-29 Delfin, De Havilland Tiger Moth" (c)Zdenek Hurt, Pavel Kucera, Oliver Chalas, 1992.

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de Havilland DH.82 Tiger Moth/Queen Bee | Great Britain | 3.EFTS, RAF | Tiger Moth Mk.? | 16 (T5378)
05/08/2013

Tiger Moth Mk.?
Unit: 727 NAS, FAA
Serial: 2C (W7956)

RNAS Gosport (HMS Siskin - full size mock up flight deck), 1946-1950.

Artist: © Mike Keep
Source: "de Havilland DH.82 Tiger Moth" Aeroguide Classics No.6, (c) 1992 Linewrights Ltd, ISBN 0-946958-38-6

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de Havilland DH.82 Tiger Moth/Queen Bee | Great Britain | 727 NAS, FAA | Tiger Moth Mk.? | 2C (W7956)
05/08/2013

Tiger Moth Mk.?
Unit: 10.EFTS, RAF
Serial: 30 (G-ADNZ)

Meantime in colour form of Tiger Moths development overtaken to RAF at the beginning of war is evident on this aircraft used by 10.EFTS in Yatesbury in April 1940. It bore military paint scheme retaining civil registration on the fuselage and lower wings.

Artist: © Frantisek Valek
Source: "Ilustrovana Historie Letectvi No.8 - Avia/Letov C-2 (Arado Ar.96), Aero L-29 Delfin, De Havilland Tiger Moth" (c)Zdenek Hurt, Pavel Kucera, Oliver Chalas, 1992.

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de Havilland DH.82 Tiger Moth/Queen Bee | Great Britain | 10.EFTS, RAF | Tiger Moth Mk.? | 30 (G-ADNZ)
05/08/2013

Tiger Moth Mk.II
Unit: unknown
Serial: RCS-H (DE694)

Reserve FSDerby, 1947.

Artist: unknown
Source: FAA Archive

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de Havilland DH.82 Tiger Moth/Queen Bee | Great Britain | Tiger Moth Mk.II | RCS-H (DE694)
05/08/2013

Tiger Moth Mk.II
Unit: 1.EFTS, RAF
Serial: R4735

Aircraft delivered by producer since 1939 wore temporarily two-colours roundel of B-type on the fuselage. Camouflage was painted lower on the fuselage sides.

Artist: © Frantisek Valek
Source: "Ilustrovana Historie Letectvi No.8 - Avia/Letov C-2 (Arado Ar.96), Aero L-29 Delfin, De Havilland Tiger Moth" (c)Zdenek Hurt, Pavel Kucera, Oliver Chalas, 1992.

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de Havilland DH.82 Tiger Moth/Queen Bee | Great Britain | 1.EFTS, RAF | Tiger Moth Mk.II | R4735
05/08/2013

Tiger Moth Mk.II
Unit: unknown
Serial: R-5130

Flying school RAF, 1940.

Artist: unknown
Source: Aviatsia ot A do Z

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de Havilland DH.82 Tiger Moth/Queen Bee | Great Britain | Tiger Moth Mk.II | R-5130
05/08/2013

Tiger Moth Mk.II
Unit: Flight Churchstanton, RAF
Serial: T6463

Tiger Moth II T6463 in camouflage and marking introduced since the end of 1940 for RAF training types without any further designation belonging to the station Flight Churchstanton. It was used in depicted form by the pilots of 313th Czechoslovak fighter Squadron wing in the middle of 1942.

Artist: © Frantisek Valek
Source: "Ilustrovana Historie Letectvi No.8 - Avia/Letov C-2 (Arado Ar.96), Aero L-29 Delfin, De Havilland Tiger Moth" (c)Zdenek Hurt, Pavel Kucera, Oliver Chalas, 1992.

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de Havilland DH.82 Tiger Moth/Queen Bee | Great Britain | Flight Churchstanton, RAF | Tiger Moth Mk.II | T6463
05/08/2013

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