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James Craik

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  1. Vampire Mk5s, 421 Sqn. R.C.A.F. out of Odiham, Hants, 1951 Vampire Mk5s of
  2. Thought it was 421 badge, but the fadded image it looked like flags not tomahawks Thanks..
  3. Can anyone identify the crest on this 421 Sqn. vampire. These were borrowed Vampires flying out of Odiham, Hants, 1951.
  4. Groundcrew working on Spitfire at dispersal. RCAF Horne Squadron somewhere in Belfium near the German Border.
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    A pair of Spits

    No idea of date, place or Sqn.
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    Spitfire

    Split-second before their final takeoff from airfield near Hamburg, Germany, RCAF 403 Wolf squadron Spits led by W/C James F. Edwards, DFC & Bar, DFM, North Battleford, Sask., bunch at the head of the former Luftwaffe runway, at the start of the trip back to England and then to Canada. Kites will be turned back to RAF and the three squadrons, already officialy disbanded, will fly no more.
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    JU-88

    Several Air Disarmament Wings are at work under the direction of BAFO, on the task of completely disarming the Luftwaffe in Europe. Picture Shows: Cattle grazing among surrendered JU-88's parked on Flensburg Airfield, Germany.
  8. The Mk5s retained the RCAF camouflage scheme.
  9. Photo of Canadair sabre ammo door.
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