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Sort of a “super” Typhoon, the Hawker Tempest had unbelievable technical qualities for a World War 2 airplane. Starting in 1944, it became what was probably the best British propeller fighter aircraft of the war. Thanks to its capacities, the Tempest was responsible for the loss of twenty German Me 262 (the first operational jet aircraft).

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Hawker Tempest Mk IV

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.

501 Sq. Tempest Vs probably up from Bradwell Bay late 1944

Tempest Vs probably up from Bradwell Bay late 1944

Hawker Tempest II

The Hawker Tempest was Britain's most successful fighter next to the Supermarine Spitfire during.

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Spitfire - where I got inspiration for business.

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Hawker Tempest V flown by Bill Humble, Hawker's senior experimental test pilot.

Supermarine Spitfire LF Mk XVIe - G-OXVI TD248

british-eevee: in service with RAF Coastal Command ”

Hawker Hurricane Mark IID with tropicalised air filter and 2 40mm canon pods - circa 1942

Flying Can Openers”, Hurricane Mk IID with Two Vickers anti-tank cannons fitted under each wing.

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Tempest Mark V, of No. 80 Squadron, on a dispersal at an airfield in Holland, late 1944

P-51 D-5-NA "Lou IV" Lt. Colonel Thomas J.J. Christian, Jr., 375th Fighter Squadron, 361st Fighter Group of the 8th AF. Bottisham , Cambridgeshire, UK, July 1944

P-51 D-5-NA "Lou IV" Lt. Colonel Thomas J.J. Christian, Jr., 375th Fighter Squadron, 361st Fighter Group of the 8th AF. Bottisham , Cambridgeshire, UK, July 1944

RAF Typhoons of 28 Squadron.

Hawker Typhoons - the unsung heroes of WWII - possibly the most effective ground attack aircraft at the ’D’ day landings and the subsequent push inland - they were a feared tank buster and convoy.

Tempest

This Tempest belonging to 16 Sqn. saw service at Fassberg, Germany as part of the occupation forces after the end of hostilities. Our own Tempest II is awaiting restoration.

Vintage Hawker Hurricane - RAF Halton | Charity Flying Weekend 2011

Vintage Hawker Hurricane - RAF Halton | Charity Flying Weekend 2011

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Four USAAF’s North American Mustangs flying over Italy, 1944 or The planes are aircraft of the Fighter Group’s Fighter Squadron, distinctive mark the yellow tail. The nearest Mustang is the s/n WD-M

Curtiss P-40 Warhawk

Curtiss P-40 Warhawk

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