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Images Dated 4th May 2021

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1939 JCC Rally Featured 4 May 2021 Print

1939 JCC Rally

BROOKLANDS, UNITED KINGDOM - MARCH 25: A Darracq undertakes one of the tests during the JCC Rally at Brooklands on March 25, 1939 in Brooklands, United Kingdom. (Photo by LAT Images)

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Douglas B-26B Invader N202PP Featured 4 May 2021 Print

Douglas B-26B Invader N202PP

Douglas B-26B Invader N202PP (msn 27847, ex ), of Purolator Products. 1945: Built as a Douglas A-26B-61-DL Invader for the United States Army Air Force, re-designated B-26B in 1948, to storage in 1950. 1955: Delivered to l'Armee de l'Air as Groupe de Bombardement 1/19 'Gascogne' [GB 1/19], Tourane [Da Nang], Vietnam; radio callsign F-UHIU. 16 November 1955: Returned to USAF. 1959-1963: N202PP - Purolator Products, New York, NY, . June 1965: Trans Atlantic Airlines, Frankfurt, West Germany. August 1965: Impounded Karachi, Pakistan for gun-running. 1966-1969: J. P. O'Connor, Fort Lauderdale, FL, . 1970-2000: AP-AVV - M. Anwar Khan, Karachi, . 1981: Withdrawn from use at Karachi, put into open storage. 2004: Pakistan AF Museum, Faisal AB on display Date: circa 1961

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Mitsubishi A6M7 Reisen Featured 4 May 2021 Print

Mitsubishi A6M7 Reisen

Mitsubishi A6M7 Reisen (msn 23186, allied reporting name Zeke), on display at Willow Grove Naval Air Station ca1957. This Mitsubishi A6M7 was built by Nakajima Hikoki as their 43rd Model 62 aircraft and was assigned to the Yokosuka Kokutai. After the war it was captured at Misawa, a testing facility operated by the First Naval Air Technical Bureau at Yokosuka Airfield and transported on USS Barnes (CVE-20) on 3 November 1945 along with other Japanese aircraft to the United States, where it was tested as FE-322 and later as T2-N322. After tests were completed it was displayed at Willow Grove from 1946 to 1962 in natural aluminum finish. In 1962, it was acquired by the National Air and Space Museum, and then in turn, sent to the Bradley Air Museum in Connecticut for restoration, but storm damage to the museum prevented this. The aircraft was then loaned to the San Diego Aerospace Museum, where it arrived dismantled and in boxes in March 1981, before being restored there. Date: circa 1957

© The Peter Butt Aviation Collection / Mary Evans A The Peter Butt Aviation Collection / Mary Evans