Ron Watts' Photos Page Three

A 488 (NZ) Squadron Mosquito aircrew
No. 488 (NZ) Sqn aircrews at rest outside a dispersal hut
Airmen of 488 (NZ) Squadron rest in a dispersal hut
A cake decorated with the 488 (NZ) Sqn crest
The No. 488 (NZ) Squadron Crest
Wing Commander Ron Watts (right), probably taken in Holland
A 488 (NZ) Sqn Mosquito shortly after the invasion of Europe. Note the black and white invasion stripes
Mosquito MM470 (ME-B) of 488 (NZ) Squadron prepares to take off from Amiens/Glisy, (B.48), in France
The engines of this 488 (NZ) Sqn Mosquito are kept from freezing with oil heaters under tarpaulins
at Amiens/Glisy (B.48) Airfield in France, 1944
A 488 (NZ) Squadron Mosquito sits in snow on Amiens/Glisy (B.48) Airfield in France
False houses made from rushes by the Germans to disguise the airfield


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