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Supermarine Spitfire Mk.VB, PJ-Z of 'B' Flight, No. 130 Squadron RAF, in dispersals on the eastern side of the airfield at Ballyhalbert, the aircraft was flown by Free-French pilot, Lt Jacques Andrieuz.

HU Supermarine Spitfire Mark VBs of 'B' Flight No. 130 Squadron RAF in dispersals on the eastern side of the airfield at Ballyhalbert County Down

Royal Air Force official photographer -- Three Supermarine Spitfire Mk.I aircraft of 19 Squadron. -- High quality art prints, canvases -- Imperial War Museum Prints

I aircraft of 19 Squadron. by Royal Air Force official photographer. Museum quality art prints with a selection of frame and size options, canvases, and postcards.

Focke-Wulf FW 190A-9. One of the most fantastic and reliable German fighters of the second world war.

Rudy Frasca's new-build Focke-Wulf FW Werk nummer This aircraft began as a Flug-Werk new-build, incorporating many original components and is powered by a Pratt & Whitney radial engine. It is painted in the scheme of flown by famed German Ace Oskar Bosch.

Two clipped-wing Supermarine Spitfire V's of No 40 Squadron, South African Air Force serving in a ground support role. ER622/`WR-D'

AUG 27 1943 French hero Rene Mouchotte’s last flight Two clipped-wing Supermarine Spitfire V’s of No 40 Squadron, South African Air Force serving in a ground support role. accompanied by another Spitfire of the Squadron patrols over the Tunisian coast.

AIRCRAFT ROYAL AIR FORCE 1939-1945 SUPERMARINE SPITFIRE (ATP 11966C)   Spitfire F Mark XVI, MK850, at the Aeroplane and Armament Experimental Establishment, Boscombe Down, Wiltshire. Originally a Mark IX, MK850 was converted to Mark XVI standard by installing a Packard Merlin 266 engine, and remained as a test aircraft with the A.

ATP Spitfire F Mark XVI at the Aeroplane and Armament Experimental Establishment Boscombe Down Wiltshire. Originally a Mark IX was converted to Mark XVI standard by installing a Packard Merlin 266 engine and remained as a test aircraft with the A&AEE

Sqn Ldr Rupert Leigh, CO of No. 66 Squadron, straps into Spitfire Mk I R6800, LZ-N, at Gravesend in September 1940. © IWM (H 59063)

Sqn Ldr Rupert Leigh, CO of No. 66 Squadron, straps into Spitfire Mk I R6800, LZ-N, at Gravesend in September 1940. © IWM (H 59063)

Picture of the Bede BD-5J aircraft (One of the earliest private jets ... This is a "Kit" plane). The BD-5J holds the record for the world's lightest single-engine jet aircraft, weighing only 358.8 lb

Picture of the Bede aircraft (One of the earliest private jets . This is a "Kit" plane). The holds the record for the world's lightest single-engine jet aircraft, weighing only lb

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