Q&A June 2020



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An illustration of varying markings on Bristol Scout Cs of No 2 Wing, RNAS, in 1915: serial 1246 sports Union Jack and stripes on the rudder, the latter seemingly with red leading, while the rest carry only the flag.

World War One markings

Q In the April edition, both Richard Wilshire and Remi Hodister asked when the national markings changed on aircraft of the Royal Flying Corps and Royal Naval Air Service during World War One.

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