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Historical : RAF Last Updated: Aug 4th, 2020 - 14:13:17



Northrop N-3PB photos
By Steve Donacik and Rodrigo Navarro Diaz
Sep 1, 2006, 11:41

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Northrop N-3PB photos.

Collection of Steve Donacik. Northrop N-3PB of No. 330 (Norwegian) Squadron RAF. The Squadron was formed at Reykjavik on 25 April 1941 from Norwegian personnel, who had managed to escape from Norway and then undergone training in Canada. They initially flew with RAF Sunderland crews but in May aircraft ordered by the Norwegian government arrived in the form of Northrop N-3PB seaplanes. (www.rafweb.org)


Collection of Steve Donacik. This aircraft is currently on display at Gardermoen (2006)


Collection of Steve Donacik. Serving with 330 Sqn RAF


Collection of Steve Donacik. Serving with 330 Sqn RAF


Collection of Steve Donacik. Serving with 330 Sqn RAF


Collection of Steve Donacik. At Lake Elsinore, California during testing.


Collection of Steve Donacik. Serving with 330 Sqn RAF


In Norwegian Markings


Collection of Rodrigo Navarro Diaz


Collection of Rodrigo Navarro Diaz



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