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    I just found this site and thought it might be interesting.

    This website is concerned with detailing the status of existing former British military aircraft which are no longer in service. The aim is to document the existence of all surviving former British military registered aircraft.
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    Looks like a handy site. Amazed to see so many dozens of Spitfires left. The pair in Everett (WA, USA) are flyable and came in for the monthly fly-in at our local museum several months ago.
    Really a kick to hear and see them buzz the field along with the P-51, peel away, etc. ....

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