AIRCRAFT OF THE ROYAL AIR FORCE 1939-1945: HAWKER HURRICANE.
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Four untropicalised Hurricane Mark Is, T9530, W9320, W9349 and Z4095, in port echelon formation during a test flight from Abu Sueir, after arriving in Egypt via the West African Air Reinforcement Route from Takoradi, Gold Coast. T9530 was one of a small batch of aircraft built by the Canadian Car & Foundry Company
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