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Royal Air Force Coastal Command Bristol Beaufighter firing rockets (possibly on D-Day 6 June 1944. War Dept issued releases that can't be counted on for exactitude).

Royal Air Force Coastal Command Bristol Beaufighter firing rockets (possibly on D-Day 6 June War Dept issued releases that can't be counted on for exactitude).

1939-46 Bristol 'Type 156' Beaufighter. RAF, RCAF, RAAF - Heavy fighter / strike aircraft. Engine: 2 x Hercules, 14 cyl, radial engine (1600 hp / 1200kW). Armament: 4 x 20 mm Hispano Mk II cannon in nose, 1 x .303 Browning for observer. External Loads: 2 x 250 lb bombs or 1 x British 18 in torpedo or 1 x Mark 13 torpedo or 8 x RP-3 '60 lb' (27 kg) rockets (underwing). Max Speed: 320 mph (280 kn, 515 km/h @ 10000 ft / 3050 m)

1939-46 Bristol 'Type 156' Beaufighter. RAF, RCAF, RAAF - Heavy fighter / strike aircraft. Engine: 2 x Hercules, 14 cyl, radial engine (1600 hp / 1200kW). Armament: 4 x 20 mm Hispano Mk II cannon in nose, 1 x .303 Browning for observer. External Loads: 2 x 250 lb bombs or 1 x British 18 in torpedo or 1 x Mark 13 torpedo or 8 x RP-3 '60 lb' (27 kg) rockets (underwing). Max Speed: 320 mph (280 kn, 515 km/h @ 10000 ft / 3050 m)

BRISTOL Beaufighter..."Whispering Death" Mediterranean

ghettogether: “ Bristol Beaufighter X of Squadron, SAAF, attacking the German-occupied town of Žužemberk, Slovenia ”

B-24D Liberators in formation, early 1943. This was probably a flight to test the visibility of a new National Insignia design

American bombers 'Liberator' (Consolidated Liberator) in flight. In the foreground - serial number

The Avro Anson was a British-built twin-engine multi-role aircraft that served with numerous air forces before and at the start of World War II.Named after British Admiral George Anson, it was originally designed as an airliner, the Avro 652, before being re-developed for military use as a maritime patrol bomber.While it did see action, the aircraft became a training platform soon after the war began, being replaced by planes such as the Armstrong Whitworth Whitley and Lockheed Hudson.

Classic Aircraft Photography, Air To Air photos taken by Gavin Conroy.

Mossies

For Master LiA superb shot of a superb aircraft. De havilland Mosquito but I think the pic has been interfered with unless Rolls Royce produced a special 10 cylinder Merlin for this aircraft.

Bristol 156 Beaufighter art by Michael Turner | kitchener.lord | Flickr

Bristol Beaufighter by Michael Turner - Bristol Beaufighters of Coastal Command's 254 Sqn. attack enemy flak ships in Norwegian waters with cannon and torpedoes.

RAF Blenheim Mk IV

RAF Blenheim Mk IV in flight, banking steeply towards the camera aircraft, circa

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