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Historical : Spitfire Last Updated: Apr 21st, 2015 - 23:52:06



Spitfire MkVs, 32 Sqn, Greece late 1944
By Malcolm Laird
Jun 20, 2006, 15:15

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These Spitfire MkVs of 32 Squadron RAF were at Araxos, as a detachment from the squadron's main base at Kalamaki, in southern Greece when these photos were taken.

Spitfire MkVc "GZ-F' wears a Dark Green and Dark Earth camouflage scheme with Azure Blue lower surfaces. Copyright Malcolm Laird


(John Wall)


Members of 32 Squadron wait for the arival of The British Army as part of the force liberating Greece. The Spitfires were to act as top-cover for incoming transport aircaft. From left are 'Dusky" McKee, John Wall and three other pilots. (John Wall)


(John Wall)


Spitfire MkVc "GZ-F' wears a Dark Green and Dark Earth camouflage scheme with Azure Blue lower surfaces. Copyright Malcolm Laird


Spitfire MkVc "GZ-F' wears a Dark Green and Dark Earth camouflage scheme with Azure Blue lower surfaces. Copyright Malcolm Laird




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