A salvo of eight rocket projectiles being fired over the North Sea by Bristol Beaufighter TF Mark X, NE543 'UB-E', of No. 455 Squadron RAAF based at Langham, Norfolk.

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).

Bristol Beaufighter Mk X vs Focke Wulf Fw 190A-8 by Adam Tooby

Bristol Beaufighter Mk X vs Focke Wulf Fw by Adam Tooby

Wing Commander C P "Paddy" Green, Commanding Officer of No. 600 Squadron RAF, watches from the cockpit of his Bristol Beaufighter Mark VIF at Cassibile, Sicily, as his radar operator, Flying Officer R J Gillies touches up the swastikas on the aircraft's nose, indicating the eight victories they had claimed while flying together as a night fighter crew. Seven of these victories were achieved during three consecutive nights in July over Sicily, four of them in a single sortie.

Wing Commander C P "Paddy" Green, Commanding Officer of No. 600 Squadron RAF, watches from the cockpit of his Bristol Beaufighter Mark VIF at Cassibile,.

Beaufighters attacking E-boats by Gary Eason -   Six Bristol Beaufighters from No 236 Squadron, part of RAF Coastal Command's North Coates Strike Wing, strafing Kriegsmarine e-boats (schnellboot in German) along the French coast in June 1944.

Beaufighters attacking E-boats by Gary Eason - Six Bristol Beaufighters from No 236 Squadron, part of RAF Coastal Command's North Coates Strike Wing, strafing Kriegsmarine e-boats (schnellboot in German) along the French coast in June

Bristol Beaufighter

Cockpit Photos of World War Two Aircrafts - World War 2 Planes

463 Squadron at Waddington,

The veteran Avro Lancaster bomber ‘S for Sugar’, of No 467 Squadron, Royal Australian Air Force, is prepared for its operational sortie at RAF Waddington, Lincolnshire

1943 AVRO Anson Mk 1, is a British twin-engined, multi-role aircraft that served in WWII. This is the worlds last flying Anson and is based in New Zealand.

1943 AVRO Anson Mk is a British twin-engined, multi-role aircraft that served in WWII. This is the worlds last flying Anson and is based in New Zealand.

Daring: Ken Gatward needed to fly his Bristol Beaufighter just a few metres above the ground down the Champs-Elysees to complete the mission

Revealed: Daring RAF pilot who risked his life to fly down Champs-Elysees at tree-top height to drape the Arc de Triomphe with a giant tricolour at the height of Nazi occupation to keep French hope alive

Wing Commander Ken Gatward was awarded the Distinguished Flying Cross and hailed a hero by the French government for his dare-devil antics at the height of World War II.

AUG 23 1941 Night fighter interception over the North Sea Bristol Beaufighter in flight A Bristol Beaufighter pictured later in the war when equipped with rockets - mainly used in an anti shipping role.

Beaufighter, British night fighter and bomber and torpedo carrier, a workhorse of RAF.

Bristol 'Beaufighter' Mk.I  This thimble nosed Beaufighter, X7718 was on a State-side visit at Orlando airbase Florida, in 1942.

This thimble nosed Beaufighter, was on a State-side visit at Orlando airbase Florida, in

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)

A page dedicated to the Bristol Beaufighter, World War 2 double engine British fighter bomber.

Bristol Beaufighter ~ BFD

A collection of old postcards of aeroplanes from around the world.

Bristol Beaufighter

Some of the photos can be harsh or unpleasant. War is a disgrace, is cruelty, misery, tears and death. But I believe that war must be shown with all its consequences, not as it is often.

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