Oxford Mk V EB666 at work in Canada.
Oxford II BM684 was one of a batch of 150 built under licence by Percival Aircraft.
Another RNZAF Oxford, NZ2124, delivered under the Empire Air Training Scheme.
Oxford Mk V AS592, powered by Pratt & Wasp Juniors, was used as a development aircraft.
One of several ex-RAF Oxfords for the Burma Air Force, fitted with two forward-firing .303 machine guns, eight 25lb (11-3 kg) rocket projectiles and an Armstrong Whitworth dorsal turret with a Lewis gun. They were flown out to Burma in the late autumn of 1949.
Its flying life ended, an Oxford serves as an instructional airframe.
NZ2156, one of 297 for the Royal New Zealand Air Force.
Airspeed AS 10 Oxford 1 of 3 Flight Training School, South Cerney, Gloucestershire, July 1939