Colorizations By Users - Fairey Battle MkII RAF 150Sqn JN I K9390 E
Role Light bomber Manufacturer Fairey Aviation Company Designer Marcel Lobelle First flight 10 March 1936 Introduction June 1937 Retired 1949 Primary users Royal Air Force, Belgian Air Force, Royal Australian Air Force, Royal Canadian Air Force, Free Polish Air Force Number built2,185 Producedbetween 1937-1940 The Fairey Battle was a British single-engine light bomber built by the Fairey Aviation Company in the late 1930s for the Royal Air Force. The Battle was powered by the same…
Fairey Aviation Company - "Fairey Battle" advert, issued in 1938
A colourful advert, by Richard Trevethick, from the 1938 Empire Air Day for the Fairey "Battle" - the bulk of which were built in the late 1930's at the company's Heaton Chapel facility near Manchester. The Battle was not very successful, being withdrawn from combat service by 1940 and used for training purposes afterwards.
Eyes to the Skies
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he British Expeditionary Force (bef) in France 1939-1940 The Royal Air Force in France 1939 - 1940: A mechanic at work on a snow covered Fairey Battle fighter bomber during the winter of 1939 - 1940.
Messerschmitt Fodder - U.K. Fairey Battle with Tons of Photos
The Fairey Battle was a monoplane owned by Britain’s Royal Air Force (RAF). The single-engine light bomber was designed by Marcel Lobelle and manufactured