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Operated by NJG5 as C9+HB,[1] with FuG 240 Berlin cavity magnetron radar in the nose, the aircraft was captured at Grove, Denmark in May 1945. Designated Air Min 31, it was scrapped at Skellingthorpe in 1947.[2]

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