We found 22201 aircraft

  1. NS583

    NS583

    Mosquito
    On 8 February 1945, two Joker night-photo ships were dispatched by the 25th BG to photograph Misburg and Hamburg. The Deurog Synthetic Oil Refinery at Misburg had 10/10ths clouds so Hanover was photographed as a target of opportunity by the first...

  2. NS584

    NS584

    Mosquito
    Take off accident - RAF Harrington, 3/4/45 - Robert L Boone (pilot). Written Off Damaged Beyond Repair.

  3. NS585

    NS585

    Mosquito
    Transferred to Armee de l'Air, 10/7/46.

  4. NS590

    NS590

    Mosquito
    Take Off Accident - RAF Watton, 27/8/44 - Minor damage - 1st Lt Otto E Kaellner (pilot). Landing Accident - RAF Watton, 7/12/44 - Minor damage - John M Carter (pilot). Landing Accident - RAF Watton, 5/5/45 - Cat 3 Damage - Lyndon F Lakeman (Pilot)....

  5. NS591

    NS591

    Mosquito
    Transferred to Armee de l'Air, 17/07/46.

  6. NS592

    NS592

    Mosquito
    Transferred to Royal Navy 26/11/46. Location unknown. Struck Off Charge Hal Far, Malta. 04/08/49.

  7. NS593

    NS593

    Mosquito
    Failed to return - Pilot blinded by searchlights causing him to crash at Plantlunne airfield, Germany - Capt Robert A Tunnell - KIA, S/Sgt John G Cunney (nav) - KIA. MACR 8991.

  8. NS594

    NS594

    Mosquito
    Substantially damaged on 28/01/1945 in a landing accident Watton [AAF 376], when it ground looped. Robert W James (pilot).

  9. NS595

    NS595

    Mosquito
    Take off accident, ground looped - RAF Watton, 29/1/45 - Minor damage - Harry E Peterson (pilot). Take off accident - RAF Watton, 9/3/45 - Substantial damage - Robert B Hastle (pilot). Struck Off Charge 27/04/45.

  10. NS619

    NS619

    Mosquito
    Landing accident - RAF Watton, 22/3/45 - Substantial damage - Kenneth McGriffin (pilot). Struck Off Charge 03/05/45.

  11. NS620

    NS620

    Mosquito

  12. NS625

    NS625

    Mosquito
    Mosquito PR Mk XVI NS625, lost on photo recon mission to Bremen, pilot 1st Lt Ray L Musgrove. 1 KIA / 1 POW. MACR 7949.

  13. NS626

    NS626

    Mosquito
    Transferred to Armee de l'Air, 02/05/46.

  14. NS630

    NS630

    Mosquito
    The aircraft started the approach at Watton airfield on return from a Blue Stocking night mission on 22 November 1944, but was ordered to another airfield due to bad weather conditions. Pilot Mac Leod informed the control tower that after making one...

  15. NS632

    NS632

    Mosquito

  16. NS634

    NS634

    Mosquito

  17. NS635

    NS635 'Patches'

    Mosquito
    Landing Accident - RAF Watton, 16/9/45 - Minor damage - pilot Robert L. Lee. ...

  18. NS636

    NS636

    Mosquito
    Transferred to Armee de l'Air, 26/04/46.

  19. NS638

    NS638

    Mosquito
    Crashed and destroyed - 2 miles West of Dursley, Gloucestershire, 23/12/44 - FL/OF James D. Spear (pilot) and 2nd Lt. Carroll B. Bryan (nav.) killed.

  20. NS650

    NS650

    Mosquito
    Landed in Malmö-Bulltofta Airport, Sweden after losing engine due to being hit by Flak during Chaff dispensing raid on Kiel, 3/4/45. Repaired. Returned to UK. Alvin E. Podwojski (pilot), Interned. Transferred to RAF 5710M. 09/10/45.

  21. NS651

    NS651

    Mosquito
    Crashed at USAAF Station 376 former RAF Watton, Suffered undercarriage collapse, 5/3/45. Struck Off Charge, 1/11/46.

  22. NS676

    NS676

    Mosquito
    Sold for scrap 07/08/47.

  23. NS677

    NS677

    Mosquito
    de Havilland Mosquito PR Mk XVI, 654th BS, 25th BG, 8th AF. On Nov 1, 1944, H2X (Mickey) mission to Schweinfurt, Germany, aircraft was downed by fighters near Arnstein, Germany. Shot down flying a secret Mickey mission. Observer wounded in shooting...

  24. NS686

    NS686

    Mosquito
    Transferred to 6233M, 20/01/47.

  25. NS707

    NS707

    Mosquito
    Approach accident - RAF Winchfield, Hampshire, 25/4/45 - Lt. James G. Kuntz (pilot) - killed.

  26. NS709

    NS709

    Mosquito
    Struck Off Charge, 25/07/46. Location unknown.

  27. NS710

    NS710

    Mosquito

  28. NS711

    NS711

    Mosquito
    Misidentified and shot down by a USAAF P-47 of the 36th Fighter Group (9th Air Force) at about 17:00 hrs. The Thunderbolt pilot and his wingman climbed to engage from 17,000 feet. The Mosquito was at 18,500 feet when the pilot, Lt. Carroll B....

  29. NS712

    NS712

    Mosquito
    Lt's Richard M Kenny/Arnold V Kuehn left RAF Watton on 13th January 1945 for a Bluestocking weather reconnaissance flight over Germany. Intercepted by 2 x ME262 jets and resultant dogfight lasted nine minutes and used up 18000 ft, after which E/A jets...

  30. NS725

    NS725 Greek

    Mosquito
    Named "Greek". On strength with 492nd Bombardment Group. Harrington, Northamptonshire May 1945. Involved in clandestine Joan-Eleanor "Red Stockings" OSS missions over Germany.

  31. NS730

    NS730

    Mosquito
    Take off accident - RAF Exeter, 4/2/45 - Wallace B Rouse (pilot). Written Off - Damaged Beyond Repair. Struck Off Charge 21/02/1945.

  32. NS739

    NS739 Pamelia

    Mosquito
    Struck Off Charge, 30/9/47.

  33. NS740

    NS740

    Mosquito
    Transferred to 6232M. 20/01/47.

  34. NS742

    NS742

    Mosquito
    Transferred to Royal Navy - RNAS Lossiemouth. 14/05/47. In storage till 1956. Registered G-AOCJ to R. A. Short, Thruxton. 18/05/56. Departed Hurn for Israel, 30/10/56. To IDAF, Israel as 4X-FDG/-91, 30/10/56.

  35. NS743

    NS743

    Mosquito
    Transferred to Royal Navy RNAY Fleetlands, 07/11/47.

  36. NS744

    NS744

    Mosquito
    Landing accident - RAF Manston, Kent, 9/4/45 - John A Carter (pilot). Written Off Damaged Beyond Repair. Struck Off Charge 17/5/45.

  37. NS745

    NS745

    Mosquito
    Struck off Charge 04/09/47.

  38. NS748

    NS748

    Mosquito
    Ground looped. USAAF Sta 376 / former RAF Watton, 19/4/45. John Merrill Carter (pilot) USAAF. Written off Damaged Beyond Repair.

  39. NS752

    NS752

    Mosquito
    Take Off 14:48 hrs 25/3/45, crashed after take off from RAF Buckley - 1/Lt.Bernard J. Boucher (pilot) - OK - 1/Lt. (O-701367) Louis Pessirilo (nav.) - killed. Written Off Damaged Beyond Repair.

  40. NS753

    NS753

    Mosquito
    Transferred to Royal Navy, RNAS Lossiemouth, 07/12/46. In storage till 1956. Registered G-AOCK R. A. Short, Thruxton not converted, 25/05/56. Burnt Thruxton Oct 1960.

  41. NS754

    NS754

    Mosquito
    Struck Off Charge 26/07/46.

  42. NS756

    NS756

    Mosquito
    Transferred to Armee de l'Air, 17/10/46.

  43. NS757

    NS757

    Mosquito
    Crashed on landing - RAF Shepherds Grove, 9/4/45 - 1st Lt Robert W James (pilot) - killed - 1st Lt Terence S Hall (nav.) - killed. Written Off Damaged Beyond Repair.

  44. NS758

    NS758 Southern Belle

    Mosquito
    Landing accident, minor damage, repaired. 28/5/45. Pilot Harry E Flok.

  45. NS772

    NS772

    Mosquito
    Transferred to Royal Navy. Date unknown. Sold for scrap, 25/11/53. Location unknown.

  46. NS773

    NS773

    Mosquito
    Transferred to Royal Navy. Date and location unknown. Struck Off Charge 1/2/49.

  47. NS774

    NS774

    Mosquito
    Crashed at USAAF Station 376 former RAF Watton, 25/3/1945. Minor damage - Pilot Lt Warren Borges. Sold for scrap 15/8/47.

  48. NS775

    NS775

    Mosquito
    Transferred to Royal Navy. Date unknown. Sold for scrap 18/11/53. Location unknown.

  49. NS782

    NS782

    Mosquito
    Ground looped - RAF Watton, 8/3/45 - Substantial damage - Robert W James (pilot). Struck Off Charge 10/4/45.

  50. NS783

    NS783

    Mosquito
    Transferred to Armee de l'Air, 16/07/46.