beautifulwarbirds: “ A great colorized photo of some Mosquitos. ”

de Havilland Mosquitos of 105 Squadron at RAF Marham, Norfolk, UK. December 11 None of the aircraft pictured survived the war, either being shot down or withdrawn due to heavy battle damage. GB-A, Hit by AA and crashed.

Moquito IIF, 1943. | a De Havilland Mosquito IIF DD739/RX-X … | Flickr

a De Havilland Mosquito IIF of No 456 RAAF Squadron, flying from Middle Wallop, Hampshire.

DeHavilland Mosquito. With 4 .303 machine guns, 4 20mm cannon, 8 60mm rockets and a top speed of 400mph, it was formidable. There is a project now to restore one for the UK. FB page the people's mosquito.

RAF de Havilland Mosquito is a British multi-role combat aircraft with a two-man crew which served during and after the Second World War.

Restoration of a de Havilland DH.98 Mosquito | Flying Magazine

Very nice de Havilland Mosquito shot by Scott Slocum as seen on the Mag site.

Mosquito Pilot

" KB West Australian Wing Commander Hughie Edwards V., Commanding Officer of No. quite possibly at RAF Horsham St Faith

De haveland mosquito

DeHaviland Mosquito - Twin Merlin engines, tuned to breath-stopping perfection wrapped in a beautiful eye-candy form

DeHavilland Mosquito

de Havilland Mosquito, quite possibly the most versatile war-bird ever flown. One of the few wooden-constructed aircraft of WWII

De Havilland Mosquito - Great Britain

De Havilland Mosquito fighter bombers: By late 1942 the Mosquito was becoming operational in ever increasing numbers, and its unique qualities of very high speed and long range were clearly ideal for many missions.

One of the most useful Allied aircraft of World War II, the Mosquito performed as a bomber, fighter, anti-shipping and photo-reconnaissance platform.

Military Aviation Museum‘s (MAM) DeHavilland Mosquito over Virginia Beach (Photo: Luigino Caliaro/Aerophoto)