This Hip-C was originally '394' with the NVA from August 1968. It was penciled in to be transferred to the East German Police as DDR-VHB but this never happened as Unification meant that it was transferred to the GAF as '94+18'. It is now on display at the Auto & Tecnik museum with a serial that is an amalgam of its previous identities.
This Canberra was delivered to the RAF as WK137 and was one of three subsequently sold to the West German AF. The rather garish colour scheme results from its initail role as a target tug. It is now on display at the super Auto & Technik Museum Sinsheim.
During the winter of 1940 this 110 was based in Northern Norway when it was forced to make an emergency landing on frozen Lake Upmasjaure in Sweden. The following Spring the ice melted and the aircraft sank to the bottom where it remained until salvaged some 50 years later. The recovered remains are now on display at the super Technikmuseum Speyer.