The world's only flying WWII De Havilland Mosquito based in New Zealand I Love this airplane.
The precision bombing raid by De Havilland Mosquito FB Mark VIs of No. 140 Wing, No. 2 Group, on the Gestapo Headquarters of Jutland, Denmark, at the University of Aarhus. Two Mosquitos drop their 500-lb delayed-action bombs over the already damaged halls of residence: photographed by a Mosquito of the RAF Film Production Unit, using a rear-facing mirror camera.
De Havilland DH.98 "Mosquito"
Mosquitoes of 139 Squadron RAF lined up at Marham Airbase, East Anglia, England - 1943
Wing Commander R W Reynolds (right), CO of No. 139 Squadron RAF, with his navigator, Flight Lieutenant E B Sismore, and a de Havilland Mosquito Mk IV at Marham, Norfolk, 1943.
De Havilland Mosquito - Great Britain
Military Aviation Museum De Havilland DH-98 Mosquito FB.26. 2013 Warbirds Over the Beach Air Show - Virginia Beach Airport (42VA) - USA, May 18, 2013.
Flight Lieutenant A Torrance of Stonehouse, Lanarkshire, Scotland, a pilot serving with 'A' Flight, No. 27 Squadron RAF, climbs into his De Havilland Mosquito FB VI at Parashuram, India, for a sortie over Burma. Note the "Popeye" nose art on the crew hatch.