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Stirling Bomber - 149 Squadron RAF, Mildenhall, Suffolk, England - June 1942

the-wolvesden: “ Shorts Stirling - 149 Squadron RAF, Mildenhall, Suffolk, England - June Image source.

Supermarine Spitfire Mk.IXC, EN315 'ZX-6', of the Polish Fighting Team (Skalski's Circus) attached to No. 145 Squadron RAF, flown by the unit's Commanding Officer, Squadron Leader Stanisław Skalski, Goubrine Airfield in Tunisia, 1943

IXc, of the Polish Fighting Team attached to No. 145 Squadron RAF, pilot S/L Stanisław Skalski, Goubrine Airfield in Tunisia

Supermarine Spitfire Mk.VB, PJ-Z of 'B' Flight, No. 130 Squadron RAF, in dispersals on the eastern side of the airfield at Ballyhalbert, the aircraft was flown by Free-French pilot, Lt Jacques Andrieuz.

HU Supermarine Spitfire Mark VBs of 'B' Flight No. 130 Squadron RAF in dispersals on the eastern side of the airfield at Ballyhalbert County Down

a beautiful raf spitfire in flight,looks like english "white cliffs of dover"...

a beautiful raf spitfire in flight,looks like english "white cliffs of dover".Spitfire Mk VIII, possibly a film star, seeing as its in an early war colour scheme that it would not have worn in service.

Boeing B-17G Flying Fortress V1.3 for X-Plane V10.25 - Flight manual

Waist gunner killed, ball turret gunner killed, radio operator blown out of the airplane completely, but this Fort still managed to get home and land without cracking in half. after raid over Germany

RAF Hawker Hurricane with ground crew and starter 1940.

October 1940 RAF ground crew relaxing in shade of the wing of a Hurricane fighter plane in between sorties during the Battle of Britain.

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PRU Spitfire Mk.C later converted to PR Mk.V - PRU RAF Benson 20-6-41

PRU Spitfire Mk.C later converted to PR Mk.V - PRU RAF Benson 20-6-41

Impressive, and the potential to supply the plentiful remote bases during World War II was enticing, but this C-47 could only operate from calm waters. Douglas XC-47C — San Diego Air & Space Museum Archive Charles Daniels Collection photo

Impressive, and the potential to supply the plentiful remote bases during World War II was enticing, but this could only operate from calm waters.

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