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This Hurricane served with the Royal Canadian Air Force during the war, having been built in 1942. It now forms part of the Hangar 11 Collection. Looking fantastic now, after all these years, it was displayed wonderfully by Peter Teichman at Southport.

This Hurricane served with the Royal Canadian Air Force during the war, having been built in It now forms part of the Hangar 11 Collection. Looking fantastic now, after all these years, it was displayed wonderfully by Peter Teichman at Southport.

Hurricanes

WWII aircraft are something else. Spitfire (front) flies alongside Hurricane (back). The aircraft are part of the famous Battle of Britain Memorial Flight (BBMF) of historic RAF aircraft from the Second World War.

A Hawker Hurricane as it would have looked during the Battle of Britain. (Copyright Kai Hansen)

A Hawker Hurricane that helped fight off the Nazis in the Battle of Britain. Older and not as fast as the Spitfire that largely replaced it, this plane bore the brunt of the early air war. This is one of the fighters flown by Stanford Tuck.

Angel of Death special forces world’s biggest flying artillery gun - What D Facts?

This is the ‘Angel of Death’, the world’s biggest flying artillery gun – and the latest weapon being used by British and US Special Forces.

Hawker Hurricane Desert Camouflage.  More than 14,583 Hurricanes were built by the end of 1944 (including at least 800 converted to Sea Hurricanes and some 1,400 built in Canada by Canadian Car and Foundry).

More than Hurricanes were built by the end of 1944 (including at least 800 converted to Sea Hurricanes and some built in Canada by Canadian Car and Foundry).

Hawker Hurricane Mk2A aircraft picture

On display during Flying Legends 2013 at Duxford. - Photo taken at Duxford (EGSU) in England, United Kingdom on July

Hawker Hurricane. Work horse of Fighter Command in the Battle of Britain era though inferior to the Spitfire and the ME 109 for that matter.

Duxford England - Imperial War Museum - RAF Battle of Britain Memorial Flight Hawker Hurricane IIc.

Hawker Hurricane

IIb UF-Y 601 Country of London Sqn, Royal Auxiliary Air Force, Duxford, UK - box art Revell

Republic P-47 Thunderbolt

The Republic Thunderbolt, also known as Jug, was the largest, most expensive and heaviest fighter in aviation history to be powered by a single internal combustion engine. It was one of the main fighters of the United States air force during World War II.

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