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Description: The aircraft rolls along the runway and takes off. It is also flown over the airfield and in air to air profiles. Once it lands it is shown static on the ground as RAF personnel check it over. One operates the canopy whilst sitting in the cockpit.
Technical Details: Format: 35mm
Number of items/reels/tapes: 1
Footage: 390 ft; Running time: 4 mins
Notes: Summary: Shot sheet refers to Spitfires and is in error. This particular machine is serial number MP499, the first of its type to fall into British hands. It was 'delivered' by Oberleutnant Arnim Faber of JG2 to RAF Pembrey on 23 June 1942 when he mistook the Bristol Channel for the English Channel and thought he was in France. Note that it is in British camouflage and markings but with the original unit badge re-applied.