By Geoffrey G. Pentland
Plane and Markings of the R.A.A.F. 1939-1945
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High altitude blue fighterreconnaissance finish, nonstandard insignia and outlined white squadron codes are all noteworthy features. Wellington XIV "Q", HF 278 of 458 Squadron takes off on a patrol over the Mediterranean from the aerodrome at Bone, North Africa. ;;- 41 Aircrew of No. 459 Naval Co-operation Squadron before taking off on a mission over the Mediterranean, 1942. Striking effectiveness of disruptive pattern camouflage scheme is shown in this flying shot of Baltimore "0", FW 450 of No.
Colour scheme shown here just after reconditioning was earth brown, foliage green and sky blue. Except for an oversprayed area around the cabin, this painting depicts the standard Beaufort camouflage pattern. Name, codes, stars, the pigeon's body and seven rows of bombs were shown in white. Upper row of 26 bombs, pigeon's beak, wings and large bomb were yellowish-orange. This was not a spectacular machine but one which typified the steady solid job for which the Beauforts became famous. ) A Beaufort of No.
Australian Kittyhawks at Malta being prepared to assist with air support at the time of the invasion of Sicily in the summer of 1943. Diamond identification marking on near P--40K, FL 885 was an unusual feature. In the background, Halifax, Wellington, Dakota and Liberator aircraft can be seen on the main strip. I. \ . '- \ 35 . 3 Squadron in the early days when equipped with Tomahawk aircraft. Preparing Australian Wellington "X", LA 972 of No. 458 Squadron at Bizerta in 1943. Note radar equipment and black undersurfaces.