A section of No 616 Squadron RAF prepares for an evening take-off from RAF Kenley in August Confusion as to the identity of the Spitfire Mk I fighters arises from the circumstance that, at the time, they shared the code letters QJ with No 92 Squadron RAF.
CM Curtiss Tomahawks Mark IIBs of No. 112 Squadron RAF at LG 102 in the Sidi Heneish area Egypt. In the foreground is 'B' "Menace" flown by Flying Officer N Bowker who had shot down a Savoia Marchetti in it on 14 September 1941
Westland Whirlwind l, British twin-engined heavy fighter. It was the Royal Air Force's first single-seat, twin-engined, cannon-armed fighter, and a contemporary of the Supermarine Spitfire and Hawker Hurricane. First flew in 1938