Air Pictorial 1977-02
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J.Fail - R.A.F. Heavy Bombers in the Far East (1)
A Mitchell warming up in front of the Control Tower at Boundary Bay in January 1945. The Liberator behind is KG978 "XG"
Curtiss Kittyhawks stationed at Boundary Bay for fighter affiliation exercises with No.5 O.T.U.'s Liberators, 20th January 1945
Another Liberator B.VI at Boundary Bay on the same day, KG922 "AI"
Liberator B.VI KG923 "AM" shortly alter delivery to Boundary Bay in 1944
Liberator B.VI line-up at Boundary Bay, 23rd February 1945. Aircraft are KG923 ",AM", EW217 "Z". EW216 "P" and KG924 "AN" Note codes behind fuselage roundels
A Mitchell warming up in front of the Control Tower at Boundary Bay in January 1945. The Liberator behind is KG978 "XG"
"In the Wet". Liberator B. VI KH106 "AP" (later coded "VG") at Abbotsford. December 1944 Note natural metal finish and code on nose of aircraft
Line-up of No. 5 O.T.U. Liberator B.VIs at Abbotsford on 14th April 1945 - KH174 "BH". KH171 "AV" and serial unknown "AO"
Liberator B.VIs KK241 "Y" (foreground) and EW270 "X" of No. 5 O.T.U. KK241, later coded "MY", was destroyed on the night of 5th/6th June 1945 after flying into Mt. Welch