The TB752 Pilots

The number of Spitfires manufactured between 1936 and 1948.

More Spitfire Mk V aircraft were built (6,487) than any other type.

1,054 Spitfire Mk XVI's rolled off the production line at Castle Bromwich.

The Mk XVI was developed with clipped wings to attain higher speed.

TB752 shows the Wolf insignia of 403 (Wolf) Squadron RCAF.

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Our Spitfire has four crosses painted on the side, denoting four German aircraft shot down in combat. What is unusual is these four combat 'kills' were by four different pilots. Coded as Z and designated the 'scratch aircraft of the squadron, this Spitfire was used as the spare for any pilot needing an aircraft.

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A number of pilots flew TB752 during World War Two.

> Read more about these men.

> The Spitfire Mk XVI Specification.

TB752 In Combat

> Read the combat reports for TB752's four 'kills'..