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The de Havilland DH.98 Mosquito is a British multi-role combat aircraft with a two-man crew which served during and after the Second World War. It was one of few operational front-line aircraft of the era constructed almost entirely of wood and was nicknamed "The Wooden Wonder". The Mosquito was also known affectionately as the "Mossie" to its crews.

Below are a list of some of the aircraft to survive military service.

W4050  (R-02)
HJ711  (D-03)
HR339  (P-02)
HR621  (R-02)
KA114  (R-02)
KA984  (C-51)
KB336  (D-02)
LR480  (D-02)
NS631  (S-02)
PF670  (S-02)
  PZ474  (P-88)
PZ467  (W-48)
RF597  (P-95)
RK952  (D-02)
RR299  (W-96)
RS700  (S-01)
RS709  (D-02)
RS712  (D-02)
RS715  (P-73)
TA122  (R-02)
  TA634  (D-02)
TA639  (D-03)
TA661  (PR-03)
TA717  (P)
TA719  (D-03)
TE758  (R)
TE863  (R)
TE910  (S)
TH998  (S)
TJ118  (P)
  TJ138  (?)
TW117  (D)
TV959  (R)
VP189  (D)
VR796  (R$)
A52-319  (D)
A52-1053  (R-08)
N1203V  (?)
N9871F  (?)
N37878  (?)

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