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Later, on August 31, 1944, this aircraft ran off airstrip following a brake failure, with repaired and then in October sent to No. 3 Air Armament Gunnery School in Nhill, Victoria. In October 9, 1947 it was abandoned.
Aquired by the USAF Museum in 1988. After a period of storage, the museum restored the aircraft from roughly 2000 - 2006. Reportedly, HARS restored some parts for this aircraft. Officially opened for display on October 18, 2006.
This Beaufighter is painted in the markings of a USAAF Beaufighter flown by Captain Harold Augspurger, C.O. of the 415th Night Fighter Squadron (NFS). This aircraft shot down a He-111 carrying German staff officers in September 1944.
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