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Two Brave men and Spitfire Mk Vb 501City of Winnipeg Squadron - 1944

Two Brave men and Spitfire Mk Vb 501City of Winnipeg Squadron - 1944

This actual aircraft, EP 120, has been restored and remains at Duxford. It was built at Castle Bromwich in 1942 and has a verifiable record of having shot down many enemy aircraft while in service with various squadrons. She is restored to her 1944 appearance with 501 squadron RCAF. This is a digitally stored and colourised heritage image from my historical aviation collection. Both pilots in the image are wearing the Distinguished Flying Cross.

Chris Langley

Image size: 1600 x 1306, 4.85Mb | Camera details: | Date uploaded: 24/06/2018

Chris Langley | Two Brave men and Spitfire Mk Vb 501City of Winnipeg Squadron - 1944
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