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Hawker Hurricane Mk.I, P3059, SD-N, 501 Squadron RAF, pilot Byron Duckenfield

Hawker Hurricane Mk.I, P3059, SD-N, 501 Squadron RAF, pilot Byron Duckenfield

P/O Leonard W Stevens (right) stands with his flight rigger and flight mechanic at RAF Debden in August 1940. Posted from No 229 Squadron RAF, he was serving with No 17 Squadron RAF by early July, claiming an Me 110 destroyed on 11 August and a shared Do 17 on 2 October. Serving with the unit between 6 June and 25 August, Hurricane Mk I YB-J had a winged Popeye displayed on the port side beneath the cockpit.

P/O Leonard W Stevens (right) stands with his flight rigger and flight mechanic…

S/L Peter W Townsend climbs into the cockpit of Hurricane Mk I VY-Q that was issued to him upon his return to No 85 Squadron RAF at RAF Church Fenton in mid-September 1940, following the healing of his wounded left foot, which had suffered in combat over Tunbridge Wells on 31 August.

S/L Peter W Townsend climbs into the cockpit of Hurricane Mk I VY-Q that was issued to him upon his return to No 85 Squadron RAF at RAF Church Fenton in mid-September 1940, following the healing of his wounded left foot, which had suffered in combat over Tunbridge Wells on 31 August.

Operation White sought to bring the aircraft carrier HMS Argus within close enough distance of the island for twelve RAF hurricanes to be flown off to make their way to Malta. The advice to Admiral Somerville was that the 400 miles was within their range and in due course the planes, escorted by two Fleet Air Arm Skua aircraft, took off. Eight of them were lost making the journey.

The Hurricane had played a vital role alongside the Spitfire in the defense of…

Sgt Otakar "Ota" Hrubý stands by Hurricane Mk I JU-P at RAF Dyce in 1940. On a combat practice flight 7 days after joining No 111 Squadron RAF at RAF Drem on 9 October, the 26-year-old Czech crashed on landing in a field at Turriff. Escaping slightly injured, he reported back to flying duties 9 days later.

Sgt Otakar "Ota" Hrubý stands by Hurricane Mk I JU-P at RAF Dyce in 1940. On a combat practice flight 7 days after joining No 111 Squadron RAF at RAF Drem on 9 October, the 26-year-old Czech crashed on landing in a field at Turriff. Escaping slightly injured, he reported back to flying duties 9 days later.

Hawker Hurricane

RAF Hawker Hurricane Mk IID or IV probably belonging to Specialised Low Attack Instructors School, Milfields, Northumberland. It's armed with Vickers anti-tank guns, this particular airplane being equipped with the standard carburetor air intake.

Hawker Hurricane HL795/V Mk2b/trop of 274Sqn in North Africa

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HURRICANE MARK I HAWKER (E 11721)   Rolls Royce Merlin II or III engine. No. 237 (Rhodesian) Squadron, in the Middle East. 12 May 1942.

Hurricane fighters of British No. 237 (Rhodesian) Squadron RAF in the Middle East, May

Royal Air Force Hawker Hurricane Mark IIC

Wartime colour photo of Hurricane IIC flown by Sqn Ldr Denis Smallwood of 87 Sqn in the ("Special Night") scheme and used on intruder operations

Hawker Hurricane - British single-seat fighter aircraft designed and mainly built by Hawker Aircraft Ltd for the RAF during WW2.

Hawker Hurricane - British single-seat fighter aircraft designed and mainly built by Hawker Aircraft Ltd for the RAF during

Information on the British Hawker Hurricane fighter aircraft from World War II .

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