A WWII British Spitfire.

Reach for the Sky', Spitfire going-up for her display and simulated air battle at the RAFA Charity Shoreham EGKA Airshow

Hurricane Vortex

Hurricane Vortex - Shoreham Airshow 2010 by Colin J Williams Photography

Hurricane in flight

“Wishing a great afternoon to All Aviation Lovers💕✈️ from Ghana.

Spitfire, Supermarine, WWII Fighter. The Spitfire was the brainchild of aeronautical engineer Reginald Mitchell, who led a dedicated and talented team of designers. Originally planned as a short-range air-defence fighter, the Spitfire was built for speed and agility, traits that it was to need in the explosive dogfights it was to partake in as it met enemy fighters and bombers.

Spitfire, Supermarine, WWII Fighter. The Spitfire was the brainchild of aeronautical engineer Reginald Mitchell, who led a dedicated and talented team of designers. Originally planned as a short-range air-defence fighter, the Spitfire was built for speed and agility, traits that it was to need in the explosive dogfights it was to partake in as it met enemy fighters and bombers.

From the archives of the 20th Fighter Historical Group: P-38H-5-LO 42-67067 on the flight line at KC late 1943. She was eventually coded MC-H and assigned to Lt Tom Hanzo in the 79th FS. Probably the most evocative picture I've seen of a 20th FG P-38. (photo credit 20th FG Association)

From the archives of the Fighter Historical Group: on the flight line at KC late She was eventually coded MC-H and assigned to Lt Tom Hanzo in the FS. Probably the most evocative picture I've seen of a FG (photo credit FG Association)

The Supermarine Spitfire Mk. 5. Emblematic warbird of the Royal Air Force, and defender of the British Isles.

The Supermarine Spitfire Mk. Emblematic warbird of the Royal Air Force, and defender of the British Isles. The prettiest plane in the world in my estimation.

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