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Handley-Page Halifax B.Mk III - RAF

The Handley Page Halifax was the second four engine bomber received by the RAF, and carried out it’s first raid in March of By February of 1943 the comparable, but less expensive Avro Lancasters outnumbered the Halifaxes. Halifax bombers were built.

Summer Comes Soonest In The South Poster - RAF Museum

Take a look at the 'Summer Comes Soonest In The South - The famous photograph of a little boy talking' prints from RAF Museum

Shackleton at RAF Wyton - August 1979.

Shackleton at RAF Wyton - August 1979.

Beaufighters attacking E-boats by Gary Eason - Six Bristol Beaufighters from No 236 Squadron, part of RAF Coastal Command's North Coates Strike Wing, strafing Kriegsmarine e-boats (schnellboot in German) along the French coast in June 1944.

Beaufighters attacking E-boats by Gary Eason - Six Bristol Beaufighters from No 236 Squadron, part of RAF Coastal Command's North Coates Strike Wing, strafing Kriegsmarine e-boats (schnellboot in German) along the French coast in June

The Avro Anson was a British-built twin-engine multi-role aircraft that served with numerous air forces before and at the start of World War II.Named after British Admiral George Anson, it was originally designed as an airliner, the Avro 652, before being re-developed for military use as a maritime patrol bomber.While it did see action, the aircraft became a training platform soon after the war began, being replaced by planes such as the Armstrong Whitworth Whitley and Lockheed Hudson.

Classic Aircraft Photography, Air To Air photos taken by Gavin Conroy.

Halifax B Mark II Series of No. 1658 Heavy Conversion Unit based at Riccall, Yorkshire, being test-flown on the starboard inner engine only by Squadron Leader P Dobson in order to determine the height loss for emergency flights on one

XS644 - Andover C.1 - RAF - 46 Squadron - RAF Northolt - 18-Jul-75 | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

The only example of the Andover to wear the grey/green camouflage.

P-40F Warhawks

The Curtiss Warhawk was a famous World War II fighter aircraft well known for the shark's mouth often painted on it's nose.

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