RW393, No. 601 Squadron RAuxAF, 1949
This aircraft took part in the Cooper Air Race of 1949. The competition for RAuxAF squadrons was named after W/Cdr Geoffrey
Cooper, M.P. The winged sword painted in front of the windscreen is the No. 601 Squadron crest.
TE199, Air Officer Commanding, No. 21 Group RAF, Swindersby Air Base, Great Britain, 1948
This aircraft from No. 21 Group was painted gloss black. The spinner and wings tips were gold. The Group was subordinate to
Flying Training Command.
Note the Air Vice Marshall pennant under the windscreen. The hue of the national insignia colors seems to be quite light, though
it may be the result of the overall dark appearance of the aircraft.
The aircraft was unarmed.
INFO Eduard - October 2021