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[[File:Arado_Ar_232B-07_Air_min_17.jpg|thumb|300px|305002 in RAF markings (RAF Photo via Luftwaffe Warplanes survivors website)]]
 
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|caption= Werk Nr 305002 in RAF markings<ref>RAF Photo via Luftwaffe Warplanes survivors website</ref>
 
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==History==
'''Werk Nr 305002''' was an [[:Category:Arado Ar 232|Arado Ar232B-0]]
 
 
Operated as '''A3+RB''' by III./KG200,<ref>{{LEMB Archive}}</ref> Werk Nr 305002 was captured at Eggebek in Schleswig-Holstein, Germany, and designated '''Air Min 17'''. Pressed into service to ferry spare parts from occupied Europe to Farnborough, the aircraft was often flown by Squadron Leaders McCarthy and Somerville. It was scrapped at RAF Sealand in 1948.<ref>{{Luftwaffe Warplane Survivors}}</ref>
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=History=
 
Operated as '''A3+RB''' by III./KG200,<ref>{{LEMB Archive}}</ref> 305002 was captured at Eggebek in Schleswig-Holstein, Germany. This aircraft was designated Air Min 17, and pressed into service to ferry spare parts from occupied Europe to Farnborough, often flown by Squadron Leaders McCarthy and Somerville. It was scrapped at RAF Sealand in 1948.<ref>{{Luftwaffe Warplane Survivors}}</ref>
 
   
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[[Category:World War 2]]
 
[[Category:World War 2]]
 
[[Category:Air Min Coded Aircraft]]
 
[[Category:Air Min Coded Aircraft]]
 
[[Category:Arado Ar 232]]
 
[[Category:Arado Ar 232]]
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Latest revision as of 22:52, 25 October 2018


History[]

Operated as A3+RB by III./KG200,[2] Werk Nr 305002 was captured at Eggebek in Schleswig-Holstein, Germany, and designated Air Min 17. Pressed into service to ferry spare parts from occupied Europe to Farnborough, the aircraft was often flown by Squadron Leaders McCarthy and Somerville. It was scrapped at RAF Sealand in 1948.[3]

Sources[]

  1. RAF Photo via Luftwaffe Warplanes survivors website
  2. LEMB Archive
  3. Luftwaffe Warplane Survivors