Aircraft and Markings of the R.A.A.F. 1939-1945 by Geoffrey G. Pentland
By Geoffrey G. Pentland
Airplane and Markings of the R.A.A.F. 1939-1945
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3 squadron who apparently set out to secure the best and most diversified collection of types in the Middle East! Picture shows a Breda f10atplane in fully airworthy condition. Australian Kittyhawks at Malta being prepared to assist with air support at the time of the invasion of Sicily in the summer of 1943. Diamond identification marking on near P--40K, FL 885 was an unusual feature. In the background, Halifax, Wellington, Dakota and Liberator aircraft can be seen on the main strip. I. \ . '- \ 35 .
F. in mid-1942. Colour scheme was earth brown and foliage green with yellow undersurfaces. 36 inch bands crossed the upper wings and encircled the fuselage. , 1940, in interim trainer finish of dark earth, foliage green and aluminium with chrome yellow cowlings and large yellow serials under cockpit. No armament was carried on these machines. The regulation 36 inch yellow identification bands had not yet been added. 57 Catalina A24-11, one of the machines which took part in the early long-range forays against Japanese shipping at Truk.
I Air Ambulance Unit in front of a DH-86 aircraft bearing the red cross over standard desert colour scheme. C. who scored a total of five victories with Nos. 112 and 450 Squadrons. Baltimore aircraft of No. 454 Squadron being prepared for a mission from Falconara in 1943. Near machine ·"F" has 55 bombing strikes recorded and bears a brown kangaroo and joey motif on the side of its fuselage. Second machine is ''J'', FW 643. A line-up of No. 458 Squadron Wellingtons in the winter of 1944. ~ . - Spitfire IX's of No.