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Royal Air Force Hawker Hurricane Mark IIC

Wartime colour photo of Hurricane IIC flown by Sqn Ldr Denis Smallwood of 87 Sqn in the ("Special Night") scheme and used on intruder operations

Boulton Paul Defiant turret fighter, Battle of Britain Hall, Royal Air Force Museum, Hendon, Lon,don, England.

Boulton Paul Defiant turret fighter, Battle of Britain Hall, Royal Air Force…

Vickers Wellesley

Vickers Wellesley Mark I, ‘KU-C’, of No. 47 Squadron RAF based at Agordat, Eritrea, in flight over the rugged landscape of Eritrea.

Boulton Paul Defiant

Boulton Paul Defiant - a turret fighter with no forward firing guns proved effective against bombers but was vulnerable to daylight enemy fighters - was switched to a successful night fighter role.

Boulton Paul P.82 Defiant Mk.I, T4037 ‘JT-T’, of No. 256 Squadron RAF, on the ground at Squires Gate, Blackpool, October 1941

ATP Defiant Mark I night fighter ‘JT-T’ of No. 256 Squadron RAF on the ground at Squires Gate Blackpool Lancashire.

F4U-1 "Bird Cage" Corsair Jolly Roger Squad.

Celebrating the aircraft designed and built on Long Island, along with some other planes I think are beautiful.

The Dornier 17 is believed to have been brought down by an RAF Boulton Paul Defiant (pictured). TELL YOUR FRIENDS that we’d love to see them at our aviation themed restaurant, The Left Seat West, in Glendale, Arizona!! Check out our décor at: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Left-Seat-West-Restaurant/192309664138462

Last flight of the 'Flying Pencil': How Dornier bomber recovered from sea bed off Kent coast was shot down during Battle of Britain forcing crew to land belly-up on sandbanks

The Dornier 17 is believed to have been brought down by an RAF Boulton Paul Defiant (pictured)

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