De Havilland DH98 Mosquito NF30 RK952 MB24, ND-N
- Picture by André Hiernaux
Wiki DH.98 Mosquito
- Restoration of the Mosquito on the site of the Bamrs
- Belmilac : Belgian Mosquitoes
Built at Leavesden under contract 1576/SAS/C.23(a) as Merlin NF30 (Merlin 76 engines)
220545: First flight
250545: Delivered RAF and transferred to 218 MU at Colerne where the radar and electronics were fitted, was never used operationally
110745: Stored at 10 MU Hullavington
311051: Sold to Belgian Air Force
040953: Taken on Charge after a complete overhaul at Fairey Aviation, Ringway (Manchester)
000053-000055: 10Sqn (ND-N)
180855: Last Mosquito-flight (crew Capt.Jos Wijnen + Henri Boels)
171056: Struck of Charge at Beauvechain (Lot N°13)
170357: Transferred to Royal Army Museum, Brussels
000068: Repainted at Koksijde and displayed for the occasion of the 50th Anniversay of the Belgian Military Aviation.
000068-000079: Displayed in the Royal Army Museum, Brussels
000079: Restauration is started by a team of volunteers, one of the engines is overhauled
000084: After the repaint the restauration is stopped, a large number of parts is not refitted.
000097: A new restauration is started, main task is to fit all the missing parts, including the radar which was missing when the aircraft arrived in the museum.
000006: Preserved Brussels Air Museum