Here we see nine of the twelve Hawker Hurricanes of a standard RAF Fighter Squadron, flying in the pre-war 'V' formations of three aircraft each.
Picture showing a Hawker Hurricane IIB Hurri-bomber being armed with with its second bomb.
An interned Hurricane I (Canadian built used by the Air Corp as No. represented the height of modernity for the Irish Air Corp during 1940
F/O Derek H Ward was taken on strength by No 87 Squadron RAF after he had ferried a badly damaged Hurricane Mk I from France to RAF Debden on 20 May 1940. On 11 August, the 23-year-old New Zealander was appointed B flight commander, claiming an Me 110 destroyed 4 days later. From September, A and B flights alternated at RAF Bibury on night duties, and on 3 days into the month Ward damaged an enemy aircraft at night.
RCAF Hurricane Mk llb Hurribomber of the 402 Squadron
This picture gives a very good view of the four cannon installed on the Hurricane IIC.
the specifications and history of the Hawker Tempest aircraft of World War 2