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Initially operated by an unknown Luftwaffe unit as BJ+90[1] prior to it's capture at Grove, Denmark,[2] the aircraft became Air Min 28, only for it's service with the RAF to end when it was struck off charge in August 1947[1] at Brize Norton.[2]

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