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Bristol Beaufort Part 2 / 72-328 /
1. Bristol Beaufort Mk ll T9540,the first Beaufort assembled in Australia, Fisherman’s Bend, 1941. Type A scheme of Dark Green end Dark Earth over Aluminium lower surfaces. 

2. Bristol Beaufort Mk V A9-66:66 of No. 1 OTU, RAAF, 1943. Type A scheme of Foliage Green and Earth Brown over Sky Blue lower surfaces. Note early RAF roundel and yellow codes.

3. Bristol Beaufort Mk V A9-27:B of No. 6 OTU, Jervis Bay, New South Wales April 1943. Type A scheme of Foliage Green and Earth Brown over Sky Blue lower surfaces. RAAF roundels in Dark Blue and white.

4. Bristol Beaufort Mk.Vlll A9-500:W-DD of No. 15 Squadron RAAF, Middleburd Island, New Guinea, 30 September 1945.
Overall Foliage Green finish with codes in white. Serial numbers in Medium Grey. Wing shackles carry two 250lb bombs. 

5. Bristol Beaufort Mk. Vl A9-75:G of 6 OTU, Nowra, New South Wales, Australia, November 1943. 
Type A finish of Foliage Green and Earth Brown over Sky Blue lower surfaces. Codes in white. Serial numbers in Medium Grey.

6. Bristol Beaufort Mk. Vlll A9-632: T-DD of No. 15 Squadron RAAF, Middleburg Island, New Guinea, September 1945. Overall Foliage Green finish with codes in white. Serial numbers in Medium Grey. Note ASV under wing and fuselage.

7. Bristol Beaufort Mk. Vlll A9-432:T-JM of No. 100 Squadron RAAF, Tadji, New Guinea, November 1945. Type A finish of Foliage Green and Earth Brown over Sky Blue with roughly applied black overpainting for night operations. Codes in white and serial numbers in Medium Grey. Wing shackles carry supply containers or ‘Storpedos’

8. Bristol Beaufort Mk lX Transport  A9-712:R of No. 10 Local Air Supply Unit, Torokina, Bougainville, August 1945, engaged in efforts to convince isolated pockets of Japanese  to surrender. Overall faded Foliage Green finish with crude white panels under the wings  bearing the surrender message.
 
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