Aircraft of No. 112 Squadron RAF

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  1. Tomahawk101

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    The aircraft of the legendary "Shark Squadron" of the RAF:

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    Tomahawk Mk IIb

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    Gloster Gladiator

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    De Havilland Vampire FB Mk 5

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    Kittyhawk Mk I/Mk IA

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    Kittyhawk Mk IA

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    Mustand Mk IVa

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    Canadair Sabre and Hawker Hunter (this happens to be my desktop background on my laptop 8))

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    Gloster Gauntlet Mk II (sorry for tiny size, pics of pre-Tomahawk aircraft of No. 112 are extremely rare, I was lucky was able to find an image of a 112 Squadron Gauntlet)
     
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    Snautzer01 Well-Known Member

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    there is a book on th 112 SQ
     

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    The first profile with the plane coded A is wrong and the pilot was Neville Bowker
     
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    Very nice book
     
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    And there is vol.2 about the 112 Squadron.
     

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    I'm actually currently reading Aussie air Ace Clive Caldwell's biography.He served with this squadron in North Africa flying Tomahawk II's.Very interesting read.8)
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