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Airspeed Oxford, nicknamed the ‘Ox Box’ can bee seen above your head when visiting Hangar 1 at the Imperial War Museum, Duxford, where it has been since 2014. The plane was originally developed by Airspeed Ltd to an Air Ministry requirement for a training aircraft. It first took to the skies in 1937 and was used to train amongst others, the crews who were to become the pilot aces of Bomber Command.
Decorated in a dark brown and green camouflage scheme to the upper side, the underside is bright yellow featuring the V3388 numbering in black along the lower wings and fuselage. The RAF roundel also appears on upper and lower surfaces and the cockpit is green.
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