|Canadian Warplanes 4: The Second World War, Brewster SB2A Bermuda
Canadian Military Aircraft of the Second World War, Brewster SB2A-1 Bermuda
Data current to 1 Jan 2019.
Brewster SB2A-1 Bermuda (3), (Serial Nos. FF568, FF718, FF732). The RCAF acquired three, which were used at Suffield, Alberta, for "special" research operations. None are preserved in Canada. The Bermuda was the British designation for the American-built Brewster SB2A Buccaneer. A single RN Bermuda (Serial No. FF860), is painted to represent a USN Buccaneer and is on display in the National Museum of Naval Aviation, Pensacola NAS, Florida.
(RCAF Photos via Gary Cook)
Brewster SB2A-1 Bermuda, RN (Serial No. FF741). Built as a Brewster A-34, Model B-340E Buccaneer.
Brewster SB2A Bermuda, RN (Serial No. FF860), painted to represent a USN Brewster SB2A Buccaneer, on display in the National Museum of Naval Aviation, Pensacola NAS, Florida. The museum's SB2A is also reported to have been originally produced as an A-34 (Serial No. 462-860) of the U.S. Army Air Force (USAAF), and operated from William Northern Field near Tullahoma, Tennessee. The Buccaneer was acquired by the NMNA in 2004. Restoration was completed in 2007 and it was placed on indoor static display.