Which air forces flew the Gloster Meteor night-fighter?

Although by no means so prolific as single-seat Meteor exports, the night fighter was supplied in modest numbers to NATO and Middle Eastern countries


Australia acquired a large number of Meteor F8 day fighters, but in addition one of the NF11s sent over for the Blue Boar weapon trials, WM262, had RAAF serial A77-3 allocated. This was delivered in August 1953, but on 16 September 1955 it crashed when taking off at Mallala and was written off.


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