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N114KA — - de Havilland DH-98 Mosquito FBMK26, Plane Number KA114, was built in 1945. Painted as a member of the 487 Squadron RNZAF color scheme, EG-Y to honor the New Zealanders that restored it. Taking off at the Military Aviation Museum (42VA) for Warbirds Over The Beach Air Show 10/2/21
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de Havilland DH-98 Mosquito FBMK26, Plane Number KA114, was built in 1945. Painted as a member of the 487 Squadron RNZAF color scheme, EG-Y to honor the New Zealanders that restored it. Taking off at the Military Aviation Museum (42VA) for Warbirds Over The Beach Air Show 10/2/21

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Alan Brown
Great photo of a great airplane!
Diana Rose
Super Shot! Thank You!
Alan Hume
Is this the only airworthy DH Mosquito in existence today?
Michael Gamble
The DeHavilland Mosquito is one of WWII's greatest aircraft (IMHO) and my number one favourite aircraft of all time! The Spitfire is my number two favourite.
bob reeves
WOW GREAT PLANE , GREAT SHOT
David Malsher
Alan Hume - There are 3 others currently - 1 in Sacramento CA, 1 in Everett, WA, and 1 in Vancouver, BC.
There are 3 others being restored to airworthy condition - 2 in NZ and 1 in UK. Fingers crossed....

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_surviving_de_Havilland_Mosquitos
Scott Cavalier
The Flying Heritage & Combat Armor museum at Payne Field in Everett WA restored a Mosquito and I watched it fly at their open house several years ago. Theirs is painted in night camo with a black underside. Twice the Merlins makes twice the music.
ken kemper
Mike....

You got a truly remarkable pic / neat to see a Mosquito depart on turf.
Bror Monberg
Nice pic! Reading about the design and manufacture of this marvelous a/c shows it's one of the 'greats' of WWII.
av8rdav
Kermit Weeks said he was going to get his Mosquito flying again. Currently at the EAA Museum in Oshkosh.
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