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.
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
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