March 27, 1945

YP-O  prepares to  take-off  from Little  Snoring.

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Returning with only one engine, it would land on its belly never to fly again.
In 2015, YP-O has been immortalised.
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11 thoughts on “March 27, 1945

  1. Hi Eugene
    Nice looking Mossie you have there! It’s a satisfying feeling doing such a personal kit isn’t it? I just thought I’d let you know that Airfix are being nice to us and releasing the 24 scale kit again later this year (time to start saving!). Here is the link:
    http://www.airfix.com/catalog/product/view/id/8412/

    Also there is a resin kit to make it a 23 Squadron Ash radar FB VI. This is made by Alley Cat and the product number is – AC24001C.

    All the best

    Marten

  2. Dear Pierre,

    Would it be possible for you to let me have the serial number of this particular 23 Sqn machine?

    Many thanks

    Ross Sharp

    1. Eugene Gagnon is an unsung hero as well as most of the people I have been writing on this blog. A blog is a great way to communicate with people.

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