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Mosquito fighter/bomber, Stirling bomber and the Typhoon fighter Ww2 Aircraft, Fighter Aircraft, Military Aircraft, Fighter Jets, Hawker Tempest, Hawker Typhoon, The Spitfires, Hawker Hurricane, Ww2 Planes

Mosquito fighter/bomber, Stirling bomber and the Typhoon fighter

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November A Royal Air Force Hawker Tempest V Series II (s/n on a test flight from the Hawker factory Langley, near Slough. This aircraft went into service with 222 Squadron RAF. Ww2 Aircraft, Aircraft Pictures, Fighter Aircraft, Military Aircraft, Fighter Jets, Aircraft Images, Ww2 Pictures, Aircraft Engine, Hawker Tempest

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british-eevee: “Hawker Tempest II at rest at an airfield (Post War) ” Aircraft Parts, Ww2 Aircraft, Military Jets, Military Aircraft, Hawker Tempest, Hawker Typhoon, Hawker Hurricane, Ww2 Planes, Royal Air Force

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In my opinion the most elegant fighter of WWII, the British Hawker Tempest Mk-V. I recommend the book "The Big Show" from pierre Clostermann for a good account of the operations of this outstanding fighter. Ww2 Aircraft, Aircraft Photos, Fighter Aircraft, Military Aircraft, Fighter Pilot, Fighter Jets, Hawker Tempest, Hawker Typhoon, Ww2 Planes

DMP-D556 RAF TEMPEST

In my opinion the most elegant fighter of WWII, the British Hawker Tempest Mk-V. I recommend the book "The Big Show" from pierre Clostermann for a good account of the operations of this outstanding fighter.

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

Advanced Landing Grounds - Romney Marsh, The Fifth Continent. Squadron Leader J H Iremonger of No. 486 Squadron, standing by a Hawker Tempest at Newchurch in Aircraft Photos, Ww2 Aircraft, Military Aircraft, Fighter Pilot, Fighter Jets, Hawker Tempest, Romney Marsh, Hawker Typhoon, The Spitfires

NO. 150 WING ROYAL AIR FORCE AT NEWCHURCH ADVANCED LANDING GROUND, KENT, 1944.

The Commanding Officer of No. 486 Squadron RNZAF, Squadron Leader J H Iremonger, standing by the cockpit of Hawker Tempest Mark V, 'SA-F'.

Hawker Tempest No. 501 Squadron RAF in August 1944 501 Sqn converted to the Hawker Tempest Mk V at Manston. Between November 1943 and October 1944 the squadron formed part of Air Defence of Great. Aircraft Photos, Ww2 Aircraft, Fighter Aircraft, Military Aircraft, Fighter Jets, Military Jets, Hawker Tempest, Hawker Typhoon, F4 Phantom

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The Tempest Mk II equipped Germany-based fighter squadrons of the British Air Forces of Occupation, including 26 Sqn. that replaced their Spitfires with the Tempest Mk II's at Fassberg from January Aircraft Engine, Ww2 Aircraft, Military Aircraft, Hawker Tempest, Hawker Typhoon, British Aerospace, Radial Engine, Bae, Hawker Hurricane

Hawker Tempest II, 1947.

The Tempest Mk II equipped Germany-based fighter squadrons of the British Air Forces of Occupation, including 26 Sqn. that replaced their Spitfires with the Tempest Mk II's at Fassberg from January 1947.

Hawker Tempest Mark V, 'JJ-W', of 274 Squadron RAF, begins it take off run at Holland. Ww2 Aircraft, Fighter Aircraft, Military Aircraft, Hawker Tempest, Hawker Typhoon, The Spitfires, Hawker Hurricane, Aviation Image, Ww2 Planes

Hawker Tempest Mark V, EJ714 'JJ-W', of No. 274 Squadron RAF, begins it take off run at B80/Volkel, Holland. *BFD*