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Their pilots were just as awesome. The pilot strafing in this Jug over Italy got so low he struck the props (and lower cowling) yet still managed to fly back and land safely.
Back lake with my Nephew..
I like looking up plane numbers to see the history, but I wonder why the same ID lettering is on this Twin Otter?
As far as I know it had never been used.. I've had it for 27 years, since 1993 when I started building it and even at that time it showed no previous history of those marks being used as it still does today. It's my kids names Daryl, Jennifer and Kristal.
Okay, looked further and I see that registration on the Otter was from forty years ago. Looks like that particular plane has had half a dozen different regs. https://www.twinotterworld.com/msn-295
tail gunner was blown clear and became a POW
The French Ace fighter pilot Charles Nungesser who shot down 41 German planes ,next to his plane decorated with his personal emblem