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Aircraft Photo of 1943 Hawker Tempest II C/N Not known 1943 Hawker Tempest II, at Lakeland Linder Regional Airport, Lakeland, FL, by scotch-canadian

Phoenix 500 - 1995 - Unlimited Class -  Hawker Siddeley Fury FB Mk10 (#66) (Sn 37536) (N666HP) Howard Pardue is not in the Cockpit -. Most likely it's Nelson Ezell.

Phoenix 500 - 1995 - Unlimited Class - Hawker Fury FB ( "FURY" Howard Pardue is not in the Cockpit -. Most likely it's Nelson Ezell.

"There were no SE 5s quite like this since WWI. (Until TVAL built 5 of them!" KB RAF S.E.5a by Oesau, via Flickr

"There were no SE 5s quite like this since WWI. (Until TVAL built 5 of them!" KB RAF S.E.5a by Oesau, via Flickr

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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This Tempest belonging to 16 Sqn. saw service at Fassberg, Germany as part of the occupation forces after the end of hostilities. Our own Tempest II is awaiting restoration.

LA607, 1943 Hawker Tempest II C/N Not known LA607, Hawker Tempest II

Aircraft Photo of 1943 Hawker Tempest II C/N Not known Hawker Tempest II, by Florida Metal

Hawker Fury FB10 - Untitled | Aviation Photo #1984418 | Airliners.net

Hawker Fury FB10 - Untitled | Aviation Photo #1984418 | Airliners.net

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A Hawker Sea Fury in the colors of the Australian Navy.

"RIFF RAFF" Unlimited Class Hawker Sea Fury T Mk. 20S (#99) (Sn WG652) (Cn ES.8509) Registered (N62143) Powered by a Highly Modified Wright R-3350 – Owned by Michael E. Keenum/Aileron Inc, Forest Park, Illinois (2)

"RIFF RAFF" Unlimited Class Hawker Sea Fury T Mk. 20S (#99) (Sn WG652) (Cn ES.8509) Registered (N62143) Powered by a Highly Modified Wright R-3350 – Owned by Michael E. Keenum/Aileron Inc, Forest Park, Illinois (2)

Tempest Mark V, EJ705 W2-X du n ° 80 Squadron, sur une dispersion sur un aérodrome en Hollande, fin 1944 Royal Air Force photographe officiel © Photo IWM (MH 6860)

Hawker Tempest Mk V - something of the brute power of this aircraft comes over in this photo: it's 2235 hp was more than any other piston engined fighter, and it was capable of over 450 mph in level flight.

Hawker Typhoon Mark IB of No. 56 Squadron RAF runs up its engine in a revetment at Matlask, Norfolk, before taking off on a 'Rhubarb' (a harassing fighter operation) over Holland.

Typhoon with the RAF getting ready for takeoff / destination Holland - Australian War Memorial

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