RM2M98FHM–No.2 Squadron on a German aerodrome in 1918.
RM2JJG6K8–North American Aviation P-51 Mustangs of No. 2 Squadron RAF based at Sawbridgeworth, Hertfordshire. A long-range, single-seat fighter and fighter-bomber used during World War II and the Korean War, among other conflicts. It was designed in April 1940 by a team from North American Aviation (NAA) in response to a requirement of the British Purchasing Commission.
RM2ANR861–USS Langley (CV-1) - A landing or possibly an attempted landing onboard LANGLEY. It looks as if the plane has come to be a Douglas DT Torpedo Bomber; one DT-2 was attached to fighting squadron six (VF-6B) in 1927 as a utility plane.
RMEX61TK–Two Tornado GR Mk 4 Offensive Strike Aircraft operate by 2 Squadron RAF
RM2BTKJ79–ZA400, a Panavia Tornado GR4 wearing the markings of 2 Squadron, Royal Air Force, at RAF Leuchars in 2013.
RMG7B09K–Corp Bill Rossetter from 2 Squadron RAF Regiment tries the new ration packs at Thetford Range in Suffolk.
RMKJNGAX–1942 Spitfire Fighter Aircraft Squadron on patrol during 'Battle of Britain' World War 2 Spitfire aircraft close formation over the UK defending against Nazi German Luftwaffe bombing aerial aggression and V1 ‘doodlebug’ rockets which would be shot down or tipped by wing off course .WW2
RMPDPDNM–4 2 Squadron RAAF Hudson aircrew Hughes NT AWM NWA0194
RMTXC7GP–RNZAF kheed Hudson patrol bomber photographed at MoTaT, 2007. This aircraft, NZ2031, was originally AE499 for the RAF, but due to the presence of German Surface raiders in the South Pacific, became part of a batch of Hudsons diverted from British Purchasing Mission before completion for the Royal New Zealand Air Force, (whose modern bombers had been committed to the war in Europe. The Hudson was sent to New Zealand by sea on the Manuel, joining the RNZAF on 29 October 1941 at Hobsonville before being posted as UH-H to No. 2 Squadron RNZAF at Nelson on 2 January 1942. NZ2031 was s
RMKF8YE4–2 Squadron RAAF Hudson aircrew Hughes NT AWM NWA0194
RM2A2WN4B–Negative - Captain Cole, Aircraft Pilot, Isisford, Queensland, 31 Aug 1920, Captain Adrian 'King' Cole (right) Cole was a decorated Australian Flying Corps pilot with No. 2 Squadron AFC who later served with the RAAF
RFKXDJJ2–No. 1. Light Horse Squadron Armory, Milwaukee, Wis.; No. 2. Central Police Station, Milwaukee, Wis.; No. 3. Milwaukee County Ja…
RFA8W2HA–JAGUAR. RAF. 2 SQUADRON
RM2B93BTR–'English: RNZAF Lockheed Hudson patrol bomber photographed at MoTaT, 2007. This aircraft, NZ2031, was originally AE499 for the RAF, but due to the presence of German Surface raiders in the South Pacific, became part of a batch of Hudsons diverted from British Purchasing Mission before completion for the Royal New Zealand Air Force, (whose modern bombers had been committed to the war in Europe. The Hudson was sent to New Zealand by sea on the Manuel, joining the RNZAF on 29 October 1941 at Hobsonville before being posted as UH-H to No. 2 Squadron RNZAF at Nelson on 2 January 1942. NZ2031 was s
RFWEEFEY–Winston Churchill talking to pilots on his visit to RAF 615 Squadron, 25th September 1941
RMWHAG0D–Kipling dreaming of the Navy. The 2 visits he made to the channel squadron in 1898 were written up and published that autumn as A Fleet in Being
RFM0PNC6–The Tornado GR4A operated by 2 Squadron at RAF Marham marked for their 100th anniversary taxiing in during a visit to RAF Coningsby.
RM2EBEB26–No 2 Squadron pilot posing in an E-7A Wedgetail in 2019.
RM2HCF061–2 Squadron Op Biloxi 2018 Typhoon Spearhead patch
RM2M9A5X8–Canadian Air Force - The assembled men and machines of No. 2 Squadron Canadian Air Force (1918-1920), probably at Shoreham aerodrome (or, less likely, Upper Heyford). The Canadian Air Force (CAF) was a contingent of two Canadian air force squadrons - one fighter and one bomber - authorized by the British Air Ministry in August 1918 during the close of the First World War. The unit was independent from the Canadian Expeditionary Force and the Royal Air Force (RAF). No.2 Squadron of the Canadian Air Force was equipped with Airco DH.9A day bombers and was active throughout the short life of the
RMD5W3DN–Vought F8U-1P 'Crusader' of VMCJ-2 Squadron.
RM2F3RPG1–North American F-51D Mustang fighters of No. 2 Squadron of the South African Air Force in Korea, on 1 May 1951.
RME80JN3–Tornado GR4T aircraft operated by 2 Squadron of the RAF climbing out after taking off from RAF Fairford, UK.
RMGCC1M3–The coffin of Senior Aircraftman (SAC) Luke Southgate of 2 Squadron RAF Regiment in St Mary's Church, during his funeral in Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk.
RMKJNGD5–1944 SPITFIRE Mk XIV The Royal Airforce 610 Squadron wing late in the war, armed with the mighty Spitfire Mk XIV flying over southern England In 1944 the men and machines of 610 Squadron were feted for becoming extremely successful at intercepting the dreaded V1 flying buzz bombs before they reached London, felling them with their mighty Griffon-engined Spitfire Mk.XIVs by every means possible.
RMPDPDNH–4 2 Squadron RAAF aircrew Hughes NT Mar 1943 AWM NWA0180
RM2BTKJ91–The insignia of 41 Squadron, Royal Air Force, on ZA400, a Panavia Tornado GR4, at RAF Leuchars in 2013.
RM2H718E8–RAF FOWLMERE, ENGLAND, UK - September 1940 - Pilots of No. 19 Squadron RAF relax in the crew room at Fowlmere, the satellite airfield to Duxford in Ca
RM2D6D3F8–A rare World War 2 - 1942 image of a squadron of Spitfires in action using the newly introduce four bladed propellor versions of the improved Spitfire. From the archives of Press Portrait Service (formerely Press Portrait Bureau)
RM2JCAPNP–Fight between a Dutch squadron under Hidde Sjoerds de Vries and French ships under Jan Bart in the North Sea, June 29, 1694 The French board a Dutch ship With caption in 2 columns in French Marked upper right: No 30, Battles between Hollanders and French, 1694 Jean Bart enleve aux Hollandois un convoi dont ils s', print maker: Jean Baptiste Morret, (mentioned on object), intermediary draughtsman: Jacques François Joseph Swebach, (mentioned on object), printer: Pierre Blin, (mentioned on object), print maker: France, printer: Paris, 1789, paper, engraving, h 247 mm × w 166 mm
RMW86EW6–A Royal Australian Air Force No. 2 Squadron E-7A Wedgetail aircraft takes off from Nellis Air Force Base, Nevada, July 31, 2019. The RAAF No. 2 Squadron was reformed to operate the Boeing 737 series Airborne Early Warning and Control E-7A Wedgetail. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Dwane R. Young)
RM2DKEHG2–A air to air photograph taken on 22nd March 2001 showing British Royal Air Force 101 Squadron VC-10 K.2 serial number ZA142. This was the last operational flight of the VC-10 K.2. Piloted by Flt Lt Anton Hamilton and Flt Lt Lewry.
RMC0TFBT–Sikorsky HRS-2 helicopter
RFM0PNBW–The Tornado GR4A operated by 2 Squadron at RAF Marham marked for their 100th anniversary taxiing in during a visit to RAF Coningsby.
RMCXTGGG–DE HAVILLAND MOSQUITO No 105 Squadron RAF with their B.IV Series 2 bomber Mosquito aircraft at Horsham St Faith in May 1942
RM2FWKGHB–2 Squadron Royal Australian Air Force Back To The Desert Deployment Aircrew Patch, Al Udeid AB 2019
RMDRHPBB–Group photo, No.2 Squadron, German Air Force, WW1
RMCBKP42–Capt. Ross Franquemont, a U-2 Dragon Lady pilot from the 99th Expeditionary Reconnaissance Squadron at an air base in Southwest Asia, shakes the hands of the crew chiefs Mar. 5 who have prepared his jet for a reconnaissance mission. The 380th Air Expeditionary Wing hosts the only U-2 squadron in the area of responsibility, providing high-altitude intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance for support in winning the war on terror.
RM2J15AFR–North American F-51D Mustang fighters of No. 2 Squadron of the South African Air Force in Korea, on 1 May 1951
RMHHW3P7–German bombing squadron of Messerschmitt ME110 flying off to attack. (Original caption in Spanish: ' Una escuadrilla destructora Messerschmidtt ME110 en vuelo de ataque'). Printed in Germany for Spanish distribution as part of the German - Spanish co-operation during World War 2. Photographer credit reads: PK. C. Berger (dates unknown)
RM2M5F9BD–Winston Churchill raises his hat in salute during an inspection of the 1st American Squadron of the Home Guard at Horse Guards Parade in London, 9 January 1941.
RMG506BJ–The family of Senior Aircraftman Ryan Tomlin, of 2 Squadron, Royal Air Force Regiment, place flowers on the hearse as his coffin passes the Memorial Garden in Carterton, Oxfordshire following his repatriation to the UK.
RMTA37CD–A squadron at the refueling station before starting a training flight, their aircrafts are Heinkel He 51. The He 51 was produced between 1934 and 1937, starting 1936 was partly replaced by the Arado Ar 68 and starting 1937 extensively replaced by the Messerschmitt Bf 109 as a standard fighter aircraft. The picture is from the series: 'A day at the Jagdgeschwader Richthofen'. At this time, the Fliegergeschwader Doeberitz received the distinction 'Richthofen', but received the final name 'JG 2 Richthofen' only on 1.5.1939, under which it later participated in the Second World War.
RMFG61D0–The insignia of 41 Squadron, Royal Air Force, on ZA398, a Panavia Tornado GR4.
RMKF7W6F–2 Squadron RAAF Hudson aircrew Hughes NT Mar 1943 NWA0190
RMKTXG6J–USAAF Bomber 'Marauder' B-26 was an American World War II twin-engined medium bomber built by the Glenn L. Martin Company from 1941 to 1945 USA Army Air Force seen crashing to the ground after receiving a direct hit in the left engine fuel tank over Germany '497 Squadron Bombardment Group 27/2/1945'
RM2JKAW48–Panavia Tornado GR4, ZA452, at Midland Air Museum, Coventry,
RFJTBN1A–E-7A Royal Australian Air Force
RMW86F1N–A Royal Australian Air Force No. 2 Squadron E-7A Wedgetail aircraft taxis on the flightline at Nellis Air Force Base, Nevada, July 31, 2019. The E-7A Wedgetail is capable of communicating with other aircraft providing air control from the sky, and can cover millions of square miles during a single mission. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Dwane R. Young)
RM2JRF0PC–Royal Air Force- Italy, the Balkans and South-east Europe, 1942-1945. Supermarine Spitfire Mark VCs of No. 2 Squadron SAAF based at Palata, Italy, flying in loose line astern formation over the Adriatic Sea while on a bombing mission to the Sangro River battlefront.
RME0R17D–Sep. 09, 1957 - Avro - Vulcan boomer squadron of the R.a.f. in training. Air to air view at r.a.f .wadding-ton. Men of no. 83 squadron R.A.F. are being trained at R.A. F. wadding ton on the largest delta aircraft in the world - the Avro Vulcan - the medium range bomber known as the ''Flying triangle'' It is the first delta to have found jet engines - in this case the Bristol Olympus two spool turbo - jet. the aircraft carriers a crew of five -two pilots two navagatroes and an air electronics officer .The Vulcan has a wing span f 99 ft. and length of 9 1/2 ft
RMWFX0NF–The Blackburn B.26 Botha, a British four-seat reconnaissance and torpedo bomber. Service testing showed serious problem, being underpowered with poor lateral stability, while the view to the side or rearward was non-existent owing to the location of the aircraft's engines, the poor view making it useless as a Reconnaissance aircraft. The Botha entered squadron service in June 1940 with 608 Squadron RAF, the only squadron that used the Botha operationally, on convoy escort duties, until following a number of fatal crashes it was withdrawn from frontline service.
RMTAA683–Hans Joachim Marseille - an estate of a squadron comrade Award document for the Italo-German Campaign Medal in Africa with original signature of Marseille as squadron commander of 3./JG 27 to subsequent pilot Künzel. Field post consisting of three letters with envelopes, posted and with stamped imprint. A book 'Mein Freund Marseille', half-leather edition 1944 by Fritz Dettmann, John Jahr Press, Berlin. A photo with inscribed reverse. On the issuance date of the award document (2 September 1942), 'Jochen' Marseille achieved his 126th aerial victory whereupon he became the f, Editorial-Use-Only
RFEADHXA–Royal Airforce memorial
RM2M9AFEN–Royal Air Force - Handley Page Victor K.2 XH672 'Maid Marian', of No.55 Squadron, in formation with:- Panavia Tornado GR.1 'S' of No.2 Squadron, 'JM' of No.27 Squadron, 'AJ-Y' of no.617 Squadron, from the Marham Wing.
RMCBKP4J–Senior Airman Jonathan Cantrell, a crew chief with the 99th Aircraft Maintenance Unit at an air base in Southwest Asia, removes the cooling tube from a U-2 Dragon Lady sensor pod Mar. 5 as the pilot prepares to take off for a mission. The 380th Air Expeditionary Wing hosts the only U-2 squadron in the area of responsibility, providing high-altitude intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance for support in winning the war on terror.
RM2J3Y7TN–Winston Churchill during the Second World War Winston Churchill inspects a Cromwell Mk IV tank of No. 2 Squadron, 2nd (Armoured Reconnaissance) Battalion, Welsh Guards, at Pickering in Yorkshire, 31 March 1944. The tank is named 'Blenheim'. The tank was the mount of Major John Ogilvie Spencer, commanding No. 2 Squadron, and later killed in Belgium on 9 September 1944.
RMEX61TJ–RAF Tornado GR Mk 4
RM2JMCYBW–Members of the 'French Squadron SAS' (1ere Compagnie de Chasseurs Parachutistes) during the link-up between advanced units of the 1st and 8th British armies in the Gabès–Tozeur area of Tunisia. Previously a company of Free French paratroopers, the French SAS squadron were the first of a range of units 'acquired' by Major Stirling as the SAS expanded.
RMG8BHJR–A Victor B/Mark 2 strategic reconnaissance aircraft as she peels away to show the open-bay underneath. The re-equipping of No.543 Squadron at RAF, Wyton, Huntingdon, with this new aircraft has given the RAF the best air reconnaissance capability it has ever had.
RMFK1THJ–Hawk T.2 No.4(R) Squadron RAF Valley
RMPDR5Y3–68 Inspection on 2 Squadron RAAF Hudson Mar 1943 AWM NWA0171
RM2JJN53C–3rd Logoment 2 Squadron K 3. Name on the Card cover.
RMKF7W6D–2 Squadron RAAF aircrew Hughes NT Apr 1943 AWM NWA0246
RMW0ME48–U.S. Airmen of the 820th Security Forces Group and British airmen from the No. 2 Squadron, Royal Air Force Regiment board a C-17 Globemaster III aircraft prior to performing a static-line parachute jump at Moody Air Force Base in Georgia on February 5, 2009. (UPI Photo/Brittany Barker/U.S. Air Force)
RM2JKAW4C–Panavia Tornado GR4, ZA452, at Midland Air Museum, Coventry,
RF2AGNEYB–Hurricanes of 73 Squadron over France 1939-40. World War 2. Royal Air Force 1953
RM2HKJRBA–A Royal Australian Air Force E-7A Wedgetail assigned to No. 2 Squadron prepares to land on Andersen Air Force Base, Guam, Jan. 29, 2022. The aircraft flew in to participate in exercise Cope North 22. Cope North provides an optimal environment to improve possible opportunities for long-term advancement of our shared interests. (U.S. Air Force photo by Tech. Sgt. Micaiah Anthony)
RM2JRF2ND–American Aircraft in Royal Air Force Service 1939-1945- North American Na 73 and Na 102 Mustang. Mustang Mark Is, AG550 ?XV-U? and AM112 ?XV-X?, of No. 2 Squadron RAF based at Sawbridgeworth, Hertfordshire, in flight over Cambridgeshire. AG550 is being flown by Wing Commander A J W Geddes, the squadron commander.
RM2BW3GMW–Handley Page Heyford bombers of 99B Squadron , based at RAF Mildenhall , are reviewed in preparation to welcome King George V, who is to come to the base to conduct the first ever Royal Review of the RAF on July 6, 1935 . 2 July 1935
RF2BXXMA9–A U.S. Navy EA-18G Growler fighter aircraft assigned to the Rooks of Electronic Attack Squadron 137 lands on the flight deck of the Nimitz-class aircraft carrier USS Harry S. Truman June 2, 2020 operating in the Atlantic Ocean.
RMT3FWBW–A Squadron Clasp for Long-Range Night Fighter Pilots, with pendant for 300 flights Fine zinc issue with blackened wreath, riveted, dark patinated arrow appliqué, waisted iron attachment pin. Gilding remains only on the pendant and attachment pin. Clasp for night fighters turned upside down with the pendant soldered above (Nie 7.07.28). Included is the award document for the Night Fighter Clasp in Gold with Pendant for a Feldwebel (NCO) in 6./N.J.G. 2 dated 5 May 1944 with signature in ink of Radusch. Rare form with the black wreath in the illustration. hi, No-Exclusive-Use | Editorial-Use-Only
RME0KY05–Aug. 08, 1952 - Helicopter Squadron for Malaya. The newly formed Helicopter Squadron which the Navy is sending to Malaya on Wednesday in the aircraft carrier Perseus, was on view privately at Gosport today. Keystone Photo Shows: Three of the Sikorsky H.R.S. 2 helicopters, which are going to Malaya, seen in flight at Gosport today.
RM2M98DEY–Douglas A3D-2 Skywarrior, 138930, of Squadron VAH-9 from the USS Saratoga over the Isle of Capri.
RMCBKP6M–Staff Sgt. Nikolina Kreager, a life support specialist with the 99th Expeditionary Reconnaissance Squadron at an air base in Southwest Asia, ensures a U-2 Dragon Lady pilot is set for the day's mission by checking the flight suit to make sure it can pressurize properly at high altitudes. The 380th Air Expeditionary Wing hosts the only U-2 squadron in the area of responsibility, providing high-altitude intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance for support in winning the war on terror
RM2ANR876–DOUGLAS DT-2 (BUNO A-6584) Built by L.W.F. Engineering corp., this is a torpedo bomber of the early 1920's. These planes were built with interchangeable wheels/twin float gear. Early torpedo planes operated on floats in squadron service; at this point our only aircraft carriers, USS LANGLEY (CV-1), was too small to handle such heavy airplanes. This plane is evidently in nonsquadron service, since it wears no squadron markings.
RM2K182NE–Captain Ross-Smith (left) and Observer of 1st Squadron A.F.C. Palestine, in 1918 with their Bristol F.2 Fighter, a British First World War two-seat biplane fighter and reconnaissance aircraft often called the 'Biff'.
RM2H69BJ6–CAMBRIDGESHIRE, ENGLAND, UK - 1938 - A K9795 Supermarine Spitfire in flight over eastern England in 1938. The 9th production Mk I Supermarine Spitfire
RMG6958C–Bullet holes in a British Army Challenger 2 tank from C Squadron of the Royal Scots Dragoon Guards battle group which came under fire from rocket propelled grenades and machine gun fire outside Basra. * Its machine gun and main tank gunsight were damaged and the tank commander Sergeant David Baird has described how he witnessed at least four or five children, aged between five and eight, being grabbed by the scruff of the neck and held by Iraqi fighters as they crossed a road in front of his tank.
RMFK1TH7–Hawk T.2 No.4(R) Squadron RAF Valley
RMPDPXH7–26 Bombing up 2 Squadron RAAF Hudson Mar 1943 AWM NWA0179
RM2JJMYGJ–Life houses with assigned pedestrian horse from the 2. Squadron in front of the squadron's stable.
RMKFAFBB–2 Squadron RAAF aircrew Hughes NT Mar 1943 AWM NWA0180
RM2J4H6HY–Spanish-American War (1898). Cuba. Entrance and bay of Santiago de Cuba. 1- Santiago de Cuba, 2- Punta Blanca, 3- Spanish squadron, 4- Cayo Ratones, 5- Cayo Smith, 6- Punta Soldado, 7- Santa Catalina castle, 8- Estrella battery, 9- Caleta Estrella, 10-Vigía, 11- Lighthouse, 12- Morro fortress, 13- Punta del Morrillo, 14- La Socapa, 15- El Cobre wharf, 16- Punta Sal, 17- Buenavista, 18- ship Soberano, 19- Gascón River, 20- Matadero. Drawing by A. de Caula. Photoengraving by Laporta. La Ilustración Española y Americana, 1898.
RM2JKAW4T–Panavia Tornado GR4, ZA452, at Midland Air Museum, Coventry,
RM2A2WDD0–Photograph - Trench View, 'No 2 Post', Gallipoli, Turkey, Trooper George Simpson Millar, World War I, 1915, Photograph in an album that belonged to an Australian serviceman in the 5th Australian Light House during World War I. The album contains 103 small black and white photographs, mainly of Gallipoli in 1915 and some of France and Belgium. They are believed to have been taken by Trooper George Simpson Millar, service no. 160, 'A' Troop, 'C' Squadron, 5th Australian Light Horse Regiment
RM2M3TY22–A Royal Australian Air Force E-7A Wedgetail, operated by No. 2 Squadron based at RAAF Base Williamtown, Australia, taxis toward the runway Dec. 7, 2022, at the Honolulu International Airport, Hawaii, during exercise PACIFIC EDGE 23. The U.S. Air Force routinely trains alongside allied partners, such as the RAAF, and is postured to respond to crises and contingencies throughout the U.S. Indo-Pacific Command. (U.S. Air National Guard photo by Staff Sgt. John Linzmeier)
RM2JREYJ1–Royal Air Force Technical Training Command, 1940-1945. Aircraft apprentices of No. 1 School of Technical Training listen to a lecture on servicing aircraft in the field, in front of a line of instructional airframes on the airfield at Halton, Buckinghamshire. 989M is a Hawker Audax Mark I, formerly K3057 of No. 2 Squadron RAF, reduced to airframe status in 1937.
RM2BW3GMF–Handley Page Heyford bombers of 99B Squadron , based at RAF Mildenhall , are reviewed in preparation to welcome King George V, who is to come to the base to conduct the first ever Royal Review of the RAF on July 6, 1935 . 2 July 1935
RMJ3E3BD–USAF Thunderbirds air demonstration squadron pilots pose with former NASA astronaut Buzz Aldrin prior to his flight April 2, 2017 in Melbourne, Florida. (photo by Jason Couillard /US Air Force via Planetpix)
RMT3FWCA–A Squadron Clasp for Long-Range Night Fighter Pilots, with pendant for 300 flights Fine zinc issue with blackened wreath, riveted, dark patinated arrow appliqué, waisted iron attachment pin. Gilding remains only on the pendant and attachment pin. Clasp for night fighters turned upside down with the pendant soldered above (Nie 7.07.28). Included is the award document for the Night Fighter Clasp in Gold with Pendant for a Feldwebel (NCO) in 6./N.J.G. 2 dated 5 May 1944 with signature in ink of Radusch. Rare form with the black wreath in the illustration. hi, No-Exclusive-Use | Editorial-Use-Only
RME0XERX–Jul. 07, 1966 - An F-8E ''Crusader'' From Fighter Squadron VF-162, Based On The USS Oriskany (CVA-34), Fires 2.75 Inch Rockets In Support Of Ground Forces In South Vietnam. Oriskany And Her Record Breaking Air Wing, Caw-16, Are In Their First Month Of Combat Operations Since Returning From A Five-Month Stay In San Diego, Calif.
RM2M9AWA5–Royal Air Force - McDonnell Douglas Phantom FGR.2, of No.56 Squadron.
RMFTEHAA–SIGONELLA, Sicily (Oct. 13, 2014) - Sailors assigned to Patrol Squadron Four (VP-4) and Capt. Lance Scott, commodore Wing 2, pose for a photo for the Navy’s 239th birthday. VP-4 is conducting naval operations in the U.S. 6th Fleet area of operations in support of U.S. national security interests in Europe
RM2AN4JHF–Bow view of the British Royal Navy aircraft carrier HMS Victorious (R38) operating off Norfolk, Virginia (USA), between 15 and 20 July 1959. On deck are several planes of Victorious´ air group: a Douglas Skyraider AEW.1 of 849 Naval Air Squadron, five de Havilland Sea Venom fighters of 893 NAS, two Supermarine Scimtar fighters of 803 NAS, and a Westland Dragnonfly HR.5 of Ships Flight 1 (Search and Rescue). Also on deck are serveral U.S. Navy aircraft (starboard bow): A McDonnell F3H-2 Demon of Fighter Squadron 31 (VF-31) 'Tomcatters', and a barely visible Vought F8U-1E Crusader (BuNo 145544)
RM2JJG6P0–Thunderbolt Mark II of No. 30 Squadron RAF, preparing to take off for a sortie from Cox's Bazaar, India. The Republic P-47 Thunderbolt was a World War II-era fighter aircraft produced by the American aerospace company Republic Aviation from 1941 through 1945. It could a bomb load of 2,500 lb (1,100 kg) making it one of the heaviest fighters of the war.
RMEF5GBD–A squadron of the Royal Air Force's (RAF) Hawker Hurricane flies overhead during the Battle of Britain Summer/Autumn 1940, United Kingdom.
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