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Hudson - RNZAF

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Lockheed Hudson Mk III.


No. 2 Squadron, RNZAF 1941


The Lockheed Hudson served with the RNZAF from 1941 until the end of WWII, first in the general reconnaissance and bomber role and later as a transport aircraft. At the start of 1940 the RNZAF was still operating the Vickers Vincent biplane, but the British government agreed to provide New Zealand with eighteen Hudsons (March 1940). By the end of 1941 this number had been increased to thirty-six, which were used to equip Nos.1, 2 and 4 Squadrons. Eventually the RNZAF would receive 101 Hudsons (54 Mk.IIIs, 37 Mk.IIIAs, 6 Mk.Vs and 4 Mk.VIs).










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