N9445G is assumed to be ex 43-22258 based on its c/n. To the USAF Museum at Grand Forks, North Dakota. USAFM quotes its ID as 44-35493 but it is painted as "434220". Grand Forks AFB quotes the ID as "28722" which is ex-44-35493. However that aircraft is currently registered N576JB to a New Mexico owner.
A very good quality shot of a Mosquito F.II of No 333 (Norwegian) Sqn. In the background are Bristol Beaufighters, including Merlin-engined aircraft, and some old Handley Page Hampdens. Photo from: Riksarkivet (Norway)
Queen's Day in the Dutch Caribbean, 1964. The carrier Karel Doorman was in port for maintenance and its S-2A Trackers from VSQ 4 were flying from Hato for a couple of weeks. 169, 166, and 146 are seen here. The fourth aircraft, 189, belongs to Curaçao-based VSQ 1 and is a Canadian-built CS-2A, lacking the characeristic ECM dome above the cockpit. Photo by: Hans Mol / Jaap de Moor collection
Four Curaçao-based, Canadian-built Dutch Trackers seen on detachment at Roosevelt Roads Naval Station, now Ceiba International Airport.. They are 187, 198, 194 and 180. Photo from: Jaap de Moor collection
CS-2As 192 and 180 taxiing out for a formation flight on Queen's Day, 1964. Squadron VSQ-1 was based here with Canadian-built Trackers. The H tail code is for Hato. Photo by: Hans Mol / Jaap de Moor collection