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The Avro Anson was a British twin-engined aircraft that served with the RAF, Fleet Air Arm and Commonwealth Air Forces before, during and after WWII. One of its key roles was as a training aircraft. We see it here as used for that purpose by the No.1 Services Flying Training School, Royal Canadian Air Force, based at Camp Borden in Ontario, which specialised in advanced pilot training. The school eventually evolved into 1 Canadian Forces Flying Training School in 1965.
Decorated in bright yellow with green cockpit interior and the Air Force roundels on the upper and lower wings and along the fuselage, the AA6013 markings are printed in black. Behind the canopy styled cockpit window, a special detail to notice is the lack of a machine gun in the gun turret. Its inclusion in the Oxford Aviation series will appeal to our overseas aircraft collectors particularly.
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