AIRCRAFT OF THE ROYAL AIR FORCE 1939-1945: HAWKER HURRICANE.
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Tropicalised Hurricane Mark IIC, HL844 "The MacRobert Fighter - Sir Alasdair, one of three aircraft presented to Middle East Command by Lady Rachel MacRobert and named after her three sons, all of whom were killed flying in the early stages of the war. Seen here shortly after delivery to El Gamil, Egypt, for presentation to No. 94 Squadron RAF. The aircraft is carrying two 44-gallon ferry tanks.
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