Aeroplane Monthly 1987-06
P.Masefield - Forties Favourites (2)
«Москито» был не только скоростным, но и маневренным самолетом
D.H.98 Mosquito IV DZ353 of 105 Sqn. RAF Marham, photographed in December 1942. This aircraft failed to return from a raid on the Rennes marshalling yards on June 8, 1944.
The bomb bay and its doors in a Mosquito bomber. Normal bomb load of the Mk IV was two 500lb bombs.
Mosquito IV DZ353 of 105 Sqn, December 1942.
A 250lb bomb mounted under the port wing of a 21 Sqn Mosquito B.IV.
Mosquito IVs DZ376 and DZ353 photographed in December 1942 during a flight from 105 Sqn's RAF Marham base.
A Mosquito IV taking shape. The starboard engine mounting has just been assembled and the fuel pipes are being run along the front spar.
De Havilland Mosquito FB.IV. Two Rolls-Royce Merlin 21 Engines
View of Mosquito II cockpit area during fuselage assembly in April 1943. The fuselage was assembled in two halves, split along the longitudinal axis, thereby allowing easy installation of equipment.
Cockpit instrumentation of the Mosquito II, before installation of the staggered pilots' seats. April 1943.