DE Havilland Mosquito
This fighter-bomber version of the Mosquito carriers four 20mm Hispano Mk II cannons and two 1635 horsepower Merlin engines.Mike and Al taxi the De Havilland DH-98 Mosquito back to it's spot on the ramp following Thursday's practice flight for Friday's Arsenal of Democracy fly over.Ki te mutunga (Through To The End), No. 487 Squadron motto.With its Rolls Royce Merlin engines roaring, the Military Aviation Museum's Mosquito accelerates down the runwayOr, just zoomed in tight on the cockpit of the Military Aviation Museum's DH-98 Mosquito.Mike Spalding brings the Mosquito in for a photo pass over Carl A. Spaatz Field.The Military Aviation Museum's De Havilland Mosquito just after take-off.KA114The Fighter Factory's DH-98 Mosquito on it's takeoff roll.Mossie On A RollBuzzed By A MosquitoMerlin SymphonyMossie Gets Airborne3200 Horsepower Wooden WonderBalsa Bomber

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