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Hurricane Mk.I Unit: ? Sqn, RAF Serial: V7101 Pilot - Flying Officer Adrian Warburton. Luqa, Malta, July 1941

Hurricane Mk.I Unit: ? Sqn, RAF Serial: V7101 Pilot - Flying Officer Adrian Warburton. Luqa, Malta, July 1941

American pilot Loren Boyd Hillsinger walks away from his Hawker Hurricane after landing at Hendon Field, England.  Hillsinger was the first pilot to return to flying duty after losing a leg.

American pilot Loren Boyd Hillsinger walks away from his Hawker Hurricane after landing at Hendon Field, England. Hillsinger was the first pilot to return to flying duty after losing a leg.

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Pilot Officer Arthur "Taffy" Clowes of No. 1 Squadron RAF, climbing into his Hawker Hurricane Mark I "JX-B"), in a revetment at RAF Wittering, Huntingdonshire (UK), 1 October

Sgt Stanley Andrew of No 46 Squadron RAF watches ground staff inspecting the oxygen supply of Hurricane Mk I PO-H before a sortie from RAF Stapleford Tawney in 1940. The aircraft was damaged on 8 September by enemy fighters over Sheppey but the 21-year-old Yorkshireman landed safely at base. During a patrol 3 days later, he was killed when the same fighter broke formation and span into the ground at 11.00hrs near the airfield.

Hurricane pilot and ground staff inspect the oxygen supply of the aircraft before a sortie October 1940

Fl.Lt. Dudley S.G. Honor, Nº 274 Squadron RAF poses by a Hawker Hurricane of the squadron at Gerawala, Egypt, on rejoining his unit following his rescue. On the afternoon of 25th May 1941

(Updated earlier May 2014 post) Fl. Dudley S. Honor, Nº 274 Squadron RAF poses by a Hawker Hurricane of the squadron at Gerawala, Egypt, on.

Last of the Few- page 6 |  An RAF sergeant assists pilot Chesley Peterson, Eagle Squadron, in securing his parachute before entering a Hawker Hurricane.    Read more: http://www.airspacemag.com/military-aviation/last-of-the-few-23175715/#elcItdCBgsOwzSVf.99

An RAF sergeant assists pilot Chesley Peterson, Eagle Squadron, in securing his parachute before entering a Hawker Hurricane.

Ground crew chief W/O Kazimierz Mozół of No 303 Squadron RAF stands by a Hurricane Mk I that is serviced at RAF Northolt in 1940. Author Arkady A Fiedler began writing Dywizjon 303 live when spending time with the Polish pilots and ground crew during the high summer. Translated into English by Jarek Galiński and published 2 years later, the account is noted for identifying the pilots for the first time by their true names while recording their adventures accurately as they unfolded.

Ground crew chief W/O Kazimierz Mozół of No 303 Squadron RAF stands by a Hurricane Mk I that is serviced at RAF Northolt in 1940. Author Arkady A Fiedler began writing Dywizjon 303 live when spending time with the Polish pilots and ground crew during the high summer. Translated into English by Jarek Galiński and published 2 years later, the account is noted for identifying the pilots for the first time by their true names while recording their adventures accurately as they unfolded.

Hurricane Mk.II Unit: 2 PRU, RAF Serial: U (BN125) North Africa, 1941. Royal blue overall with B type roundels on fuselage and upper wings.

II Unit: 2 PRU, RAF Serial: U North Africa, Royal blue overall with B type roundels on fuselage and upper wings.

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