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This has to be a rare photo of several British aircraft... Spitfire, Corsair, Martlet (Wildcat) and Barracuda, and Hurricane (far end).

This has to be a rare photo of several British aircraft... Spitfire, Corsair, Martlet (Wildcat) and Barracuda, and Hurricane (far end).

http://www.adf-gallery.com.au/gallery/451-Spitfire/Spitfire_IX_MH324_BQ_E_451_Sq_taxies_out_at_a_strip_Corsica_Photo_RAAF

http://www.adf-gallery.com.au/gallery/451-Spitfire/Spitfire_IX_MH324_BQ_E_451_Sq_taxies_out_at_a_strip_Corsica_Photo_RAAF

04 Supermarine Spitfire

04 Supermarine Spitfire

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Polish Spitfire training belly landing, England Note the 4 blade wooden airscrew

Supermarine Spiteful, 1945.  Designed as a replacement for the Spitfire, by the time it was ready for production next-generation jet fighters were already on the scene and the Spiteful was cancelled after only 17 were built.

As WWII ended and the jet age began, next generation prop aircraft projects like the Supermarine Spiteful began to feel the effect of peacetime. The Spiteful project was cancelled in Few planes were produced.

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Mission4Today › ForumsPro › R & R Forums › Photo Galleries › WWII Aircraft Photo's › Britain and Commonwealth

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Hawker Mark IID Hurricane, with the 40 mm Vickers S guns.

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

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Ground crew refuel a Spitfire Mk IIa of No 54 Squadron at RAF Hornchurch, Essex,in May

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