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Overall arrangement of the armament bay of the Spitfire LF Mk. IXe, with Hispano Mk. II cannon to the left and the American M2 Browning machine gun to the right. [Martin Waligorski]

Overall arrangement of the armament bay of the Spitfire LF Mk. IXe, with Hispano Mk. II cannon to the left and the American Browning machine gun to the right.

Supermarine Spitfire Mk.XVI Cockpit - WWII Gallery

Image of the Supermarine Spitfire Mk.XVI on display at the San Diego Air and Space Museum. Repository: San Diego Air and Space Museum

The Sutton Harness on the Spitfire — Variants & Technology | Reference

The Sutton Harness on the Spitfire — Variants & Technology

Mission markings All types - Hellcat-Lt-Alex-Vraciu (Small)

Colorized photograph of Hellcat pilot Alexander Vraciu LT. Alexander Vraciu was one of the U. Navy’s top scoring aces of with 19 kills. During the Marianas turkey shoot, LT. Vraciu shot down 6 enemy aircraft during one flight.

Group Captain Adolph 'Sailor' Malan - Spitfire Mk.IX - RAF 611. Squadron - Biggin Hill, Jan. '43 (this Spit. FY-F BS435, belonged to S/L Hugo 'Sinker' Armstrong)

Group Captain Adolph Gysbert "Sailor" Malan in the Spitfire Mk IX (FY-F) of an…

Spitfires before first mission on August 18, 1944, from airport Canne - Italy By early 1945, Yugoslav Partisans under Marshal Tito had liberated a large portion of Yugoslav territory from the occupying forces. The NOVJ partisan army included air units trained and equipped by Britain (with Supermarine Spitfires

Spitfires of the No 352 Squadron British Royal Air Force (Balkan Air Force) before first mission on August from Canne, Italy.

Spitfire floatplane in Egypt

British pilots posing with Spitfire Floatplane which is based of the Spitfire Mk V

With the high risk of being blown up some of the best pilots started tipping the V1's wing, because of damage to wing tips they later developed a tactic of disrupting the airflow by placing their wing very close to the V1's wing, causing it to topple. From Curmo's photostream on Flickr

With the high risk of being blown up some of the best British Spitfire pilots…

Aichi E13A 'Jake' Floatplane Wrecks Palawan Island Philippines 1945 by dfboy40, via Flickr

Aichi 'Jake' Floatplane Wrecks Palawan Island Philippines 1945 by

This thread is intended for 'Aviation Art' only. Paintings, Drawings, Water-colors and any other Mediums of Art. we have other threads available to post photos in.

RAF ground crew work on a Spitfire Mk VIII's Merlin engine at Darwin, Australia, c.1943.No. 54 (Spitfire) Squadron RAF, Darwin airfield in Northern Australia. Photographer: Argus newspaper, Melbourne Image courtesy of the State Library of Victoria

RAF ground crew work on a Spitfire Mk VIII's Merlin engine at Darwin, Australia, 54 (Spitfire) Squadron RAF, Darwin airfield in Northern Australia. Photographer: Argus newspaper, Melbourne Image courtesy of the State Library of Victoria

Supermarine Spitfires with RAF No. 65 Squadron out of RAF Hornchurch.

A dozen beautiful Spitfires. Clearly one of the most beautiful fighter planes ever designed.

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