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Royal Air Force- Italy, the Balkans and South-east Europe, 1942-

Royal Air Force Fighter Command, 1939-1945. One pilot relieves another at the

Controversial 'Bomber' Harris shaped the British strategic air offensive against Nazi Germany as head

The British Royal Air Force: Operations over Laos against the Ho Chi Minh Trail, 1962 | Wilson Center

Royal Air Force Operations in the Far East, 1941-1945. Two Republic Thunderbolt

A Royal Air Force Museum London Visit

De Havilland Dominie. Airspeed Oxford — bomber trainer (Royal Air Force) ...

Canberra T.4 WJ874 in 2005. It had been painted in 1999 to represent the first prototype VN799, first flown in 1949.

Air warfare of World War II

Supermarine Spitfire Mk I. Hawker Hurricane Mk I. Bell Airacobra — briefly used by one squadron (Royal Air Force) ...

Torpedo bombers, Dive Bombers and Army Cooperation[edit]. de Havilland Mosquito. Avro Rota — Army cooperation autogyro (Royal Air Force) ...

Royal Air Force- Italy, the Balkans and South-east Europe, 1944-

British Aerospace Nimrod MR.2, United Kingdom - Royal Air Force (RAF)

Spitfire Mk Ia, 19 Squadron September 1940. Standard 35-inch A1 fuselage roundel with non-standard 7-inch red centre spot used on some Supermarine built ...

Hawker Hunter at RIAT in 2018

RAF Supermarine Spitfire played a vital role in British victory during the Battle of Britain.

P-39N Airacobra of the 357th Fighter Group at Hamilton Field in July 1943.

Aircraft of the Royal Air Force 1939-1945- Bristol Type 156 Beaufighter. Three

A No. 617 Squadron crew and their Lancaster following the successful operation launched from Lossiemouth against the battleship Tirpitz on 12 November 1944.

Aircraft Gloster Meteor of the Royal Air Force Oct 1945 The first jet aircraft to enter

A Vulcan B.2 of the RAF, 1985

An air-to-air left front view of an F-111 aircraft during

United States Army Air Forces Consolidated B-24D Liberator over Maxwell Field, Alabama.

Bloodhound SAM at the RAF Museum.jpg

Warfare History Network » “Bomber” Harris and His Royal Air Force Bomber Command

Aircrew about to be ferried out to their aircraft.

Royal Air Force Fighter Command, 1939-1945. Groundcrew refuelling Hawker Hurricane Mark Is

Army Air Forces recruiting poster featuring B-26 Marauders.

American Aircraft in Royal Air Force Service 1939-1945- Douglas Db-7 Havoc

617 Dambuster Squadron at War (Images of War) by Chris Ward,. RAF Squadrons2 · 617 Squadron Royal Air Force

A British SEPECAT Jaguar aircraft of No. 2 Squadron RAF parked on the flight line during "Tactical Air Meet at RAF Wildenrath, Federal Republic of Germany, ...

An ERJ-135LR in Luxembourg

F-4K; telescopic nosewheel oleo; hinged nose radome; wider and shorter engine exhausts; bigger air intakes; deeper rear fuselage; RWR installation on ...

Royal Air Force- Italy, the Balkans and South-east Europe, 1942-

Gloster Meteor being deployed in March 1945

Background[edit]

Royal Air Force Museum Hendon

RAF Coastal Command ASV Mk. II-equipped Liberator GR.III of No. 120 Squadron RAF.

A World War II poster warning of gremlins

jets-throughout-history-2. The British Royal Air Force ...

A Royal Air Force Hawker Siddeley Buccaneer S.2B aircraft in flight during " Air

A retired 140 Squadron, Republic of Singapore Air Force Hawker Hunter FGA.74S, serial number 527 (ex-RAF XF458), at the RSAF Museum.

McCoy Air Force Base

Phantom F.3 on the flightline at RAF Valley in 1987

Hawker Siddeley Buccaneer S2B, UK - Air Force AN0334965.jpg

RIAT Monday -6441. Royal Air Force

ROYAL AIR FORCE 1945 - 1975 (CT 69) McDonnell Douglas Phantom of No 111

Junkers Ju 87B dive-bomber , in flight over the Channel Front, 1940.

Aircraft of the Royal Air Force 1939-1945- Short S.29 Stirling.

Royal Air Force[edit]

Royal Air Force Fighter Command, 1939-1945. Mechanics look over the cockpit of

Prince Albert, later Duke of York and King George VI (1895-1952)

Hurricane Mark I, P3408 'VY-K', of No. 85 Squadron

Homeward flight[edit]

Hawker Hurricane Mk I. Bell Airacobra — briefly used by one squadron (Royal Air Force) ...

North American Harvard Mk.I. De Havilland Dominie. Airspeed Oxford — bomber trainer (Royal Air Force) ...

A US Army Air Forces Martin B-26B Marauder "Dee-Feater" (X2-A) of the 596th BS 397th BG 9th AF with D-Day invasion stripes

Battle damaged Halifax which returned.

A Royal Navy Grumman Avenger shows us clearly that the Royal Navy followed the Royal Air Force Standards for roundel ratios and sizes.

Fairchild C-119B of the 314th Troop Carrier Group in flight, 1952 (021001

Aircraft of the Royal Air Force 1939-1945- Miles M.14 Magister.

Royal Air Force Fighter Command, 1939-1945 King George VI meets the pilots of

A Royal Air Force Phantom F.3 of 74 Squadron in 1984

Surface-to-air missile

( Appreciation Society on FB) Air Force Aircraft, Flight Deck

Heinkel He 111 during the Battle of Britain. Arguably the war's most important air ...

Prototype Meteor DG202/G on display at the Royal Air Force Museum London in 2011. The "/G" appended to the aircraft serial denoted that the aircraft was to ...

Aircraft of the Royal Air Force, 1939-1945- Handley Page Hp.52

Royal Air Force- Italy, the Balkans and South East Europe, 1942-1945

Operational Meteor NF.14 of No. 264 Squadron RAF in 1955

Take off[edit]

Aircraft of the 379th Air Expeditionary Wing and coalition counterparts stationed together at Al Udeid Air Base, Qatar, in southwest Asia, fly over the ...

A formation of Heinkel He 111 medium bombers, the most numerous German bomber of the Battle of Britain

A Royal Navy Phantom FG.1 of 892 NAS aboard HMS Ark Royal in 1972. Role, Fleet air defence fighter

Royal Air Force Museum Hendon

USAF B-2 Spirit stealth strategic bomber. Refuelling a Jaguar GR1 of the Royal Air Force ...

Aviation Photography Cosford

Aircraft of the Royal Air Force 1939-1945- Short S.29 Stirling.

Certificate commissioning Flight Officer Eileen Collings into the Royal Air Force shortly after the formation of

41 Squadron Jaguar. Photo by Robert Powney. RAF Squadrons1 · 41 Squadron Royal Air Force

JUL 20 1943 A Spitfire 'rhubarb' over France ends badly Spitfire F Mark XII, 'EB-B', of No. 41 Squadron RAF based at Friston, Sussex, in flight over ...

Nimrod AEW3 XZ286 at the 1980 Farnborough Air Show. Main article: British ...