THE LOSS OF SPITFIRE VIIIs A58-392 and A58-393  

Does anyone doubt that the Spitfire is the Definitive Aeroplane?
Would any pilot among us not donate an underutilised (or duplicated) item of anatomy to fly one?

On the morning of Wednesday the 19th April 1944, Spitfires A58-392 and A58-393, departed from Strathpine airfield north of Brisbane on separate sorties, only to collide less than fifteen minutes later.


Does anyone doubt that the Spitfire is the Definitive Aeroplane?
Would any pilot among us not donate an underutilised (or duplicated) item of anatomy to fly one?

On the morning of Wednesday the 19th April 1944, Spitfires A58-392 and A58-393, departed from Strathpine airfield north of Brisbane on separate sorties, only to collide less than fifteen minutes later.


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