Mosquito intruder the raaf career of bob walton online books database doc id 21471b online books database mosquito intruder the raaf career of bob walton summary mosquito intruder the raaf career of bob walton the de havilland mosquito was a british light bomber that served in many roles during and after the second world war mosquito equipped squadrons performed medium research sources and . A look at the succesful career of the de havilland mosquito as a night fighter. De havilland mosquito operational history mosquito b xvi of 571 squadron 1944 during the battle of berlin one of their aircraft scored bomber commands first intruder success using the serrate radar detector in a mosquito nfii when they damaged a bf 110 with cannon fire no 85 squadron raf was transferred to the group on 1 may 1944 operating from raf swannington the top mosquito ace . Charles curnow scherf was born on the 17th day of may 1917 at big ben in emmaville new south wales the fifth child of charles henry scherf and susan jane curnow charles married florence hope ohara and together they had four children charles scherf enlisted in 1941 and distinguished himself as a mosquito pilot in world war ii posted by the raaf as a flight lieutenant with the . The war time careers of nicky barr member of last raaf cadet course before eats 3 squdaron p 40 tomahawk and kittyhawk hugo armstrong member of first eats course spitfire sweeps and 12 victories 129 squadron 72 squadron 611 squadron and peter panitz and dickie williams leading raaf mosquito intruder crew who roamed france at night and attacked trains at treetop level with 456
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