The Fairey Fulmar was a British carrier-borne fighter aircraft that served with the Fleet Air Arm (FAA) during the Second World War. A total of 600 were built by Fairey Aviation at its Stockport factory between January 1940 and December
Westland Whirlwind l, British twin-engined heavy fighter. It was the Royal Air Force's first single-seat, twin-engined, cannon-armed fighter, and a contemporary of the Supermarine Spitfire and Hawker Hurricane. First flew in 1938
Pilot Edwin King looking over his Thunderbolt after an oil line ruptured in flight and covered the aircraft with all 28 gallons of engine oil but the aircraft ran long enough to return to base January 1945 Italy.