Rodney Tuck
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Battle of Britain, summer 1940: downed Bf 109E.

Royal Air Force men examine a Messerschmitt 109 which crash-landed in Windsor Great Park after a failed attack on two British Anson aircraft, October 1940 [Getty Images]

The Hell Hound by on @deviantART

Hi, I was working on a ducted fan R/C model airplane and suddenly I decided to design an aircraft around a ducted fan which is powered by a radial engin. The Hell Hound

Bristol Hercules radial airplane engine - by way of Pete Albrecht's web musings. Looks Like You'd Have to Change Oil Every 10 Minutes.

The Bristol Hercules was a two-row radial aircraft engine designed by Sir Roy Fedden and produced by the Bristol Engine Company starting in

The Industrialist

Flying by instruments