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Photo Spitfire Mk XII – 02: Side view of MB882. In all this Spitfire Mk. XII participated to 125 sorties including 30 anti-diver patrols, completing 153 hours and 20 minutes in operations.
Photo Spitfire Mk XII – 06: Nice view of the Griffon engine of an unidentified Spitfire Mk. XII. On the background, MB795/EB-A. Delivered to 41 Sqn in September 43, it was withdrawn from use one year later.
Photo Spitfire Mk XII – 07: Another view of Spitfire Mk. XII MB882/EB-B.
Photo Spitfire Mk XII – 09: Spitfire Mk. XII MB882/EB-B on landing.
Photo Spitfire Mk XII – 15: Flight Lieutenant Donald H. Smith (RAAF) taken flying alone over the English Coast in board of his Spitfire Mk. XII. In April 44, 41 Squadron was based at Friston between Brighton and Hastings.
Photo Spitfire Mk XII – 16: Squadron Leader Ray Harris was flying Spitfire Mk. XII EN625/DL-K of 91 Sqn when, on 25 May 43, he made the squadron’s first two kills. This was the famous day when 91 Sqn claimed five Fw190s without losses.
Photo Spitfire Mk XII – 17: Spitfire F. XII MB837 of 595 Squadron during the summer 1945.
Photo Spitfire Mk XII – 18: Spitfire Mk. XII MB882 after it crashed on 11 September 1944. It was one of the last operational Mk. XII at that time.
Most of these photographs can be found in: SQUADRONS! No.5 – The Supermarine Spitfire Mk.XII. (click the link)