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Hawker Hurricane

RAF Hawker Hurricane Mk IID or IV probably belonging to Specialised Low Attack Instructors School, Milfields, Northumberland. It's armed with Vickers anti-tank guns, this particular airplane being equipped with the standard carburetor air intake.

This pair of Mk. V Hawker Tempest's  demonstrate the two different power plants tried out. Nearest is an experimental machine fitted with an annular radiator for its Sabre engine, while EJ 823 was a standard in service version with a Napier Sabre engine with the well known "beard" radiator.

"Last of the big, butch piston engined warriors" KB RAF Hawker Tempest Mk V - World War 2

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Tempest Mark V, EJ705 W2-X du n ° 80 Squadron, sur une dispersion sur un aérodrome en Hollande, fin 1944 Royal Air Force photographe officiel © Photo IWM (MH 6860)

Hawker Tempest Mk V - something of the brute power of this aircraft comes over in this photo: it's 2235 hp was more than any other piston engined fighter, and it was capable of over 450 mph in level flight.

Hawker Hurricane

Hawker Hurricane