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With Mdina in the background, Bristol Beaufighter Mark VIF 'F-Freddie' of No 272 Squadron, Royal Air Force on the taxiway at Ta Kali, Malta. June 1943.

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Bristol Beaufighters

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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.

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World War 2 Fighter Aircraft | BBC - h2g2 - Bristol Beaufighter - World War II Aircraft - A10302733

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ESCI New Decals Réf 30 - GB - Bristol Beaufighter http://maquettes-avions.hautetfort.com/archive/2011/06/03/esci-new-decals-1-72e.html

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Royal Air Force ground crew overhauling a Bristol Beaufighter's Hercules engines at Magrun

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RAF- Bristol Beaufighter - Book Local Traders --> https://SnipTask.com

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Bristol Beaufighter X of No.19 Squadron, SAAF, attacking the German-occupied town of Žužemberk, Slovenia

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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)

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Bristol Beaufighter | BRISTOL BEAUFIGHTER | Tangmere Museum

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