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    Default Air Britain FAA Fixed wing aircraft 1945 onwards Book

    My copy of this is in storage,

    please can someone look up (to answer a query on Air Britain) and tell me what is says about the incident (if any) to Royal Navy Tiger Moth (T6094) on 15th Feb 1951

    Also a unit would help many thanks Paul

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    No mention of an incident on that date.
    No unit at that time, it had been struck off strength on 5th February 1951 having previously been at Gosport since July 1950.
    (Sold to W.A. Rollason Ltd August 1951, not converted for civilian use, burnt at Hamsey Green on Guy Fawkes night, 5th November 1956).
    Ian Macdonald

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    Ian

    Thanks

    Paul

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    Default Air Britain FAA Fixed wing aircraft 1945 onwards book

    Hello,
    From the 1st volume.
    T6094
    To RNDA 45 MU 11.1.43; 780 Sqn Lee 15.1.43; RIW Lundy 20.3.43; RY 8.4.43; 780 Sqn Lee 4.43 - 6.43; FP Donibristle 9.43 - 1.44; 768 Sqn Arbroath 1.44 - 6.44.
    From the 2nd volume
    T6094
    (c/n 84561) Evanton, precautionary landing due to weather 21.1.46 (S/L JE Tooley);
    796 Sqn St. Merryn 1.49 - 1.50;
    RNEC Manadon Flt Roborough 5.47 - 7.48;
    Gosport 7.50;
    SOC 5.2.51; Sold W.A.Rollason Ltd 8.51, but not converted for civilian use;
    Burnt Hamsey Green with BB705 5.11.56.

    All the best
    Alex

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    Alex/Ian

    thanks

    I wonder if there was another RN Tiger Moth incident on the same day (15th Feb 1951) and the ID has been misquoted

    Paul

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