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Messerschmitt Me-163B-1A Komet
Washington - Dulles International (IAD / KIAD)
USA - Virginia, September 8, 2014
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191301 One of five examples of the Komet brought to America after the Second World War. Now on display in the Steven F. Udvar Hazy Center
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Photo ID: 2523954
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North American B-25J Mitchell
Sacramento - Mather (AFB) (MHR)
USA - California, September 7, 2014
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NL3476G / 130669 (cn 108-33207) Built in 1944, ex-U.S. Army# 44-28932. Withdrawn from use in December 1958 & sold onto the civilian market in June 1959 and converted to a fire tanker in 1962. After a crash in 1987, it was restored as "Tondelayo".
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Supermarine 361 Spitfire HF9C
Ottawa - Rockcliffe (YRO / CYRO)
Canada - Ontario, September 20, 2014
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NH188 / AU-H (cn CBAF.IX.2161) This Spitfire was built at Castle Bromwich in 1944 going on to fly with a Polish squadron and 416 Sqdn RCAF. It was damaged by AA fire around D-Day and stored by the RAF from late 1944 to 1946. Post-war it served with the Dutch and Belgians before being w/o in an accident in 1954. After restoration as a target-tug it was bought privately privately puchased and donated to the CASM in 1964.
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