DH-98 Mosquito

The Mosquito Fighter (Mk. II), with a desert camo

The de Havilland DH-98 Mosquito is a fighter appearing only in Strikers 1945 II. The Mosquito would later be demoted to support aircraft for the Spitfire Mk. VI in Strikers 1945 Plus.

This fighter is all about burning things. Its sub shot is rocket missiles, its charge shot is a rolling napalm missile, and its bomb involves mass carpet bombing. All this comes at the cost of being very slow.


The British de Havilland DH-98 Mosquito was an all-purpose fighter craft, with duties raging from fighter-bomber to photo-reconnaissance.

Its frame and body are unique in that they are made entirely out of wood, which allowed it to carry out sneak attacks at any time of day without having to worry about radar.


  • Sub weapon: Consecutive Rocket Missile
  • Super shot: Royal Napalm
  • Bomb: Mosquito Attackers


  • Max power: 1480 HP
  • Wingspan: 1651 cm
  • Length: 1254.8 cm
  • Height: 530 cm
  • Weight: 6058 kg
  • Top speed: 595 km/h
  • Armament: 20 mm x 4, 12.7 mm x 4



  • This is the second playable aircraft to be demoted to support aircraft in the later games. The first was the P-51 Mustang from Strikers 1945.
  • This and Ki-84 Hayate are the only aircraft in one of the single player ending illustrations that has crash landed.