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Coastal Command Liberator

Prestwick was the site of the aircraft firm Scottish Aviation. They were responsible for preparing Liberator bombers for the Royal Air Force. they were used for anti submarine patrol duties by the coastal command. Conversion wass completed by Morris Furniture who replaced redundant metal with plywood and helped install the ASV radar nose

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  1. charlese87328

    charlese87328 (08 Nov 2012)

    Under the nose is the American built Air to Surface Vessel Radar (ASV). This was introduced in 1943

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