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Avro Anson Mk II555 viewsThe Anson first flew in 1935 and went on to serve in a wide variety of roles during the Second World War. Over 11 000 were built and the Anson was still flying for the Royal Air Force in 1968. Anson II's were used primarily to train pilots to fly multi-engined aircraft such as the Lancaster. However wireless operators, navigators, and bomb-aimers used the Anson as well. As a training aircraft the Anson was docile, forgiving, and easy to fly.
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HAWKER HURRICANE Mk IIB351 viewsThe Hurricane bore the brunt of the fighting during the Battle of Britain &, of the 14,00 built, only three examples remain airworthy. This particular machine is painted to represent the aircraft of the late Squadron Leader Archie McKellar
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HAWKER HURRICANE Mk IIC462 viewsThis most famous partner to the Spitfire was the predominant fighter in use by the RAF during the Battle of Britain. Designed by Sidney Camm, this aircraft was the first RAF fighter to exceed 300mph & the first eight gun monoplane to enter service. This aircraft saw service throughout the war & was the mount of many great pilots of the War years. It is an interesting & judicious point to note that there were 1,326 Hurricanes & 967 Spitfires on strength during the Battle of Britain, a fine testimony to this fine aeroplane, This particular aircraft was flown by Sqn. Ldr. D. G. Smallwood.
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Hurricane MKI355 views The new Mk.I included a deHaviland or Rotol constant-speed metal propeller, ejector exhaust stacks for added thrust, metal-covered wings, armour and other changes. At the start of the war the RAF had taken on about 500 of this later design, and it formed the backbone of the fighter squadrons during the Battle of France and into the Battle of Britain.

Although it may have been an older design, the Hurricane was still a worthy fighter on its own and a reasonable match for the Messerschmitt Bf 109 it faced. In the photo The first production Hurricane Mk.I at [[Brooklands]], November 1937.
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Westland Lysander mk-I burma 1942268 viewsmkI burma 1942 - model for cfs2 - fs2004 - fs2002 simulator, on sale at Icarus:
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Westland Lysander mkII IAF320 viewsmkII IAF service 1941-43 - model for cfs2 - fs2004 - fs2002 simulator, on sale at Icarus:
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Westland Lysander mkIIIa RAF301 viewsmkIIIa RAF - model for cfs2 - fs2004 - fs2002 simulator, on sale at Icarus:
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Westland Lysander mkIIIsd N.161 Squadron360 viewsmkIIIsd 1942 N161 Squadron - model for cfs2 - fs2004 - fs2002 simulator, on sale at Icarus:
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VICKERS ARMSTRONG SUPERMARINE SPITFIRE Mk 1A432 viewsSingle seat fighter powered by a Rolls Royce Merlin II or III liquid cooled in line engine. Maximum speed: 367mph. Armament: eight .303 machine guns. First deliveries to No. 19 Squadron Duxford, June 1938.
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SUPERMARINE SPITFIRE Mk Vc441 viewsPossibly the most famous of all fighters, this particular aeroplane was re-activated to take part in the film "Battle of Britain" in which it flew nearly 50 hours. Now flying reularly at the Shuttleworth Collection.
   
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