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WW2 Royal Navy Swordfish Torpedo Bomber

Royal Navy Historic Flight Fairey Swordfish torpedo bomber/reconnaissance aircraft in flight (library image) [Picture: Leading Airman (Photographer) Abbie Herron, Crown copyright]

Fairey Swordfish and HMS Ark Royal 1939. It's a Fairey, a tiny plane, that crippled the Bismarck! (Color) #10B

Stringbag over the Ark. A Fleet Air Arm Swordfish Torpedo Bomber flying over HMS Ark Royal in 1939 The Ark royal was to be sunk off Gibralter in 1941 by a German U-boat

Historic Flight Royal Navy Fairey Swordfish LS326 © Lee Howard

The Royal Navy Historic Flight is a Royal Naval unit established in 1972 as a living memorial to all those who have served in the Royal Naval Air Service and Fleet Air Arm since the birth of naval aviation in

Fairey Swordfish. It was so slow (139mph top speed) that the Bismark's fire control could not calculate the AA guns. It also flew so low many of the AA guns could not angle low enough to hit it. It helped sink the Bismark and was in service until the end of WW2. The stringbag.

It was so slow top speed) that the Bismarck's fire control could not calculate the AA guns. It also flew so low many of the AA guns could not angle low enough to hit it. It helped sink the Bismarck and was in service until the end of

A Swordfish aircraft with the Royal Navy Historic Flight. >> Go on airplane and helicopter trips

A Swordfish aircraft with the Royal Navy Historic Flight. Go on airplane and helicopter trips

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Dehavilland Mosquito, figter bomber. 400mph, 4*.303 machine guns, 4*20mm cannon, 8*60mm rockets. and sometimes bombs as well. Not bad for a flying piano.: Mosquito Aircraft, Military Aircraft, Finest Aircraft, Airplanes, Wood, England Aircraft Mosquito, A

When the Mosquito entered production in it was one of the fastest operational aircraft in the world.Entering widespread service in the Mosquito first operated as a high-speed, high-altitude photo-reconnaissance aircraft, and continued to opera

Handley Page Halifax in flight (1943)

Handley Page Halifax, Though gradually superceded by the Avro Lancaster, which had a heavier bomb load, it remained in RAF Bomber Command service till the end of and was well liked by its crews - not least because it was easier to exit if hit.

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