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This pair of Mk. V Hawker Tempest's  demonstrate the two different power plants tried out. Nearest is an experimental machine fitted with an annular radiator for its Sabre engine, while EJ 823 was a standard in service version with a Napier Sabre engine with the well known "beard" radiator.

"Last of the big, butch piston engined warriors" KB RAF Hawker Tempest Mk V - World War 2

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HAWKER TYPHOON - What was so special about this plane?… It might look like and ordinary fighter but it was bigger, stronger and faster. Think modern Tankbuster with speed and you’ll get some idea of what the Typhoon was all about.

Royal Air Force Hawker Tempest Mk II lined up at the Hawker Aircraft Ltd factory at Langley, Berkshire, England - 1945

Royal Air Force Hawker Tempest Mark II aircraft lined up beside the runway at the Hawker Aircraft Ltd factory at Langley, Berkshire (UK).

Hawker Tempest - stunning

the specifications and history of the Hawker Tempest aircraft of World War 2

Hawker Tempest | Hawker Tempest Mk V serial NV994 flown by F/L Pierre Clostermann, age ...

Hawker Tempest Mk V flown by Free French ace Pierre Clostermann over The Dortmund Ems canal in late 1944 "Are you kidding?

Hawker Tempest V

Hawker Tempest V vs Fieseler Fi 103 by Christophe Gibelin. The British learned to tip the over, causing it to go out of control and miss the target.

WWII 1942 - Royal Air Force (RAF) Hawker Tempest (Single-Engined Piston Fighter)

Note the earlier Typhoon-style canopy and the tailfin without the dorsal inset.