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Tangmere, Sussex, July 1944: in front of a Spitfire IX of 332 (Norwegian) Squadron, a standard 45 gallon Typhoon/Hurricane ‘Torpedo’ jettison tank modified for use on the Spitfire (because of an expected shortage of 45-gallon shaped or slipper tanks) is filled with PA ale from two wooden casks supplied by the Chichester brewer Henty & Constable, for flying over to Normandy (Colourised by Tom Thounaojam)

Norwegian Spitfire ace Wing Commander Rolf Arne Berg, CO of No. 132 Norwegian Wing sitting on a Spitfire IX of 332 (Norwegian) Squadron at the Advanced Landing Ground ALG at Bognor, West Sussex. (W/Co Rolf Berg was KIA February 3 aged

World War II German Flight Diving

The "Teufelskette" or better known as the "Nowotny Schwarm" was the name of the most famous Luftwaffe team of the Eastern Front which included four pilots/friends, the famous Walter Nowotny and his.

This has to be a rare photo of several British aircraft... Spitfire, Corsair, Martlet (Wildcat) and Barracuda, and Hurricane (far end).

War Planes This has to be a rare photo. Spitfire, Corsair, wildcat, etc Wow

Aircraft of the R.A.F. and S.A.A.F. during World War II (3)

This set contains aircraft used by the Royal Air Force of Great Britain including Fleet Air Arm and to a lesser extent the South African Air.

Magazine centrefold showing different versions of the Spitfire painted in the…

Designed by Reginald Mitchell and powered by a Rolls-Royce Merlin engine, the Spitfire was integral to Britain's front-line air defence during World War II, and together with the Hawker Hurricane fighter played a key role in the Battle of Britain of 1940

Not a good thing to see in rear view mirror if you are flying a 109...

Not a good thing to see in your rear view mirror if you were flying for the Luftwaffe in WWII.

A pilot of No. 175 Squadron RAF scrambles to his waiting Hawker Typhoon Mark IB at B5 Airstrip Le Fresne-Camilly, Calvados, France following a call from the Group Control Centre ordering an air strike. 24th July 1944. The airstrip was built under German fire between 10th - 17th June 1944 and was home to the Hawker Typhoons of 121 Wing, Royal Air Force. (© IWM CL 570) (Colourised by Doug)

WW2 Colourised Images 2

A pilot of No. 175 Squadron RAF scrambles to his waiting Hawker Typhoon Mk IB fighter-bomber at Le Fresne-Camilly in Normandy, 24 July - Category:World War II forces of Britain in France - Wikimedia Commons

303 Sqn RAF, RAF Kirton-in-Lindsey. August 1942. The Spitfire MKVB, BL748 often flown by Sgt Chojnacki. (Picture courtesy of WIlliam Hart)

303 Sqn RAF, RAF Kirton-in-Lindsey. August The Spitfire MKVB, often flown by Sgt Chojnacki. (Picture courtesy of WIlliam Hart)

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