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'''EJ956''' was a [[:Category:Hawker Typhoon|Hawker Typhoon]].
 
'''EJ956''' was a [[:Category:Hawker Typhoon|Hawker Typhoon]].
   
==History==
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=History=
While serving with 486 Squadron as SA-I, EJ956 was belly landed near Fecamp by it's pilot, F/Sgt William K. Mawson, after being hit by flak on 24th March 1943.
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While serving with 486 Squadron as '''SA-I''', EJ956 was belly landed near Fecamp by it's pilot, F/Sgt William K. Mawson, after being hit by flak on 24th March 1943.
   
EJ956 was repaired by the Luftwaffe and flown with 2./Versuchsverband O.b.d.L. as Wnr. 0956 T9+GK, On the 10th August it turned over in a forced-landing near Meckelnfeld. The pilot escaped injury.<ref name="RNZAF Proboards losses"/>
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After it was repaired by the Luftwaffe, EJ956 was flown with 2./Versuchsverband O.b.d.L. as Wnr. 0956 '''T9+GK''', only to turn over in a forced-landing near Meckelnfeld on the 10th August. The pilot escaped injury.<ref name="RNZAF Proboards losses"/>
   
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The subsequent fate of the aircraft is unknown.
==References==
 
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[[Category:World War 2]]
 
[[Category:World War 2]]

Revision as of 16:05, 31 October 2014

EJ956 in German Markings[1]

EJ956 was a Hawker Typhoon.

History

While serving with 486 Squadron as SA-I, EJ956 was belly landed near Fecamp by it's pilot, F/Sgt William K. Mawson, after being hit by flak on 24th March 1943.

After it was repaired by the Luftwaffe, EJ956 was flown with 2./Versuchsverband O.b.d.L. as Wnr. 0956 T9+GK, only to turn over in a forced-landing near Meckelnfeld on the 10th August. The pilot escaped injury.[1]

The subsequent fate of the aircraft is unknown.

References