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..._A pilot of No. 175 Squadron RAF scrambles to his waiting Hawker Typhoon Mark IB at B5 Airstrip Le Fresne-Camilly, Calvados, France following a call from the Group Control Centre ordering an air strike. 24th July 1944. (© IWM CL 570)

A pilot of No. 175 Squadron RAF scrambles to his waiting Hawker Typhoon Mk IB fighter-bomber at Le Fresne-Camilly in Normandy, 24 July - Category:World War II forces of Britain in France - Wikimedia Commons

Resultado de imagem para hawker tempest

Hawker Tempest Mark II built by Hawker as part a 100 aircraft first contract, and was one of 89 aircraft supplied to the Indian Air Force in May - BFD

Warbirds — bmashina: The pilots of 257 squadron near one of...

"Amazed how many colour photos there are of Tiffys" KB Pilots of 257 Squadron RAF, based at Warmwell, Dorset, England, pose in front of a Typhoon - August 1943

hawker tempest - Google Search

II with experimental radiator.

MB5 i think shame it was not required by the time they had it working correctly

Martin-Baker MB 5 was the ultimate development of a series of prototype fighter aircraft built during the Second World War. Neither the MB 5 nor its predecessors ever entered production, despite what test pilots described as excellent performance

An experimental jet fighter, the Northrop XP-79B. With a wingspan of only 4.3 meters, it was equipped with four 12.7mm guns and powered by two turbojet engines, giving it a top speed of 550 mph. The single prototype was destroyed in a crash in 1945.

An experimental jet fighter, the Northrop Ram) With a wingspan of only meters, it was equipped with four guns and powered by two turbojet engines, giving it a top speed of 550 mph. The single prototype was destroyed on maiden flight 12 when it crashed.

Gloster E.28/39 Gloster E.28/39

Gloster - Only two Gloster experimental aircraft were built - becoming the first jet-powered aircraft to fly for the British.