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  • AIRCRAFT OF THE ROYAL AIR FORCE, 1939-1945: SUPERMARINE SPITFIRE.

    AIRCRAFT OF THE ROYAL AIR FORCE, 1939-1945: SUPERMARINE SPITFIRE.

    part of "ROYAL AIR FORCE AIRCRAFT 1941-1959: ATP COLLECTION (GSA 325)" (photographs)

    ATP 11187B

    Spitfire Mark VB, AA937 'AF-O', of the Air Fighting Development Unit on the ground at Duxford, Cambridgeshire.

  • UNITED STATES EIGHTH AIR FORCE IN BRITAIN, 1942-1945

    UNITED STATES EIGHTH AIR FORCE IN BRITAIN, 1942-1945

    part of "FREEMAN ROGER (MR) COLLECTION" (photographs) Made by: Keystone Press photographer 1943-10-28

    FRE 3053

    P-47 Thunderbolts of 78th Fighter Group prepare for take-off. Passed for publication 28 October 1943. Printed caption on reverse: 'Thunderbolts - the "Guardian Angels" of Flying Fortresses. Here are pictures of Thunderbolts P-47s, the...

  • AIRCRAFT OF THE ROYAL AIR FORCE 1939-1945: HAWKER TYPHOON.

    AIRCRAFT OF THE ROYAL AIR FORCE 1939-1945: HAWKER TYPHOON.

    part of "MINISTRY OF INFORMATION SECOND WORLD WAR OFFICIAL GENERAL SUBJECT PHOTOGRAPH LIBRARY: CLASSIFIED PRINT COLLECTION" (photographs) Made by: Royal Air Force official photographer

    HU 48147

    The fifth production Typhoon Mark IA, R7580, parked at Duxford, Cambridgeshire, while being tested by the Air Fighting Development Unit. The following month it joined No. 56 Squadron RAF, the first operational unit to be equipped with the type.

  • DUXFORD AIRFIELD 1918-1939

    DUXFORD AIRFIELD 1918-1939

    part of "RABY ALISTAIR (MR)" (photographs)

    HU 41572

    Five members of one of the early pilot training courses wearing helmets, goggles and flying suits at Duxford, c 1921. During 1920-1924, Duxford operated as No 2 Flying School.

  • THE 78TH FIGHTER GROUP, US 8TH ARMY AIR FORCE, AT ROYAL AIR FORCE DUXFORD.

    THE 78TH FIGHTER GROUP, US 8TH ARMY AIR FORCE, AT ROYAL AIR FORCE DUXFORD.

    part of "NELSON LARRY (MR)" (photographs)

    HU 31937

    82nd Fighter Squadron pilots relaxing outside the Squadron 'ready room': (left to right); Lieutenant Troy L Eggleston (killed in action, 26 November 1944), Captain Roland L Wolfe, Captain Winfield H Brown (later Squadron Operations Officer),...

  • DUXFORD AIRFIELD 1918-1939

    DUXFORD AIRFIELD 1918-1939

    part of "RABY ALISTAIR (MR)" (photographs)

    HU 41569

    Avro 504N, J8738, of the Cambridge University Air Squadron, in flight, 1928-1930. The CUAS was based at Cambridge and Duxford between the two world wars.

  • DUXFORD AIRFIELD 1918-1939

    DUXFORD AIRFIELD 1918-1939

    part of "CUBITT C R (SQDN LDR)" (photographs)

    Q 105387

    Officers of No 19 (Fighter) Squadron at Duxford, 1928. The Squadron, which was based at Duxford from 1924, gained a considerable reputation for formation flying while at Duxford.

  • UNITED STATES EIGHTH AIR FORCE IN BRITAIN, 1942-1945

    UNITED STATES EIGHTH AIR FORCE IN BRITAIN, 1942-1945

    part of "FREEMAN ROGER (MR) COLLECTION" (photographs) Made by: Keystone Press photographer

    FRE 304

    Left to right: Lieutenant Clifford B. Hahn and Lieutenant Warren M. Wesson, both pilots of the 82nd Fighter Squadron, 78th Fighter Group, at Duxford air base. Passed for publication 13 August 1943. Printed caption on reverse: 'At U.S. Thunderbolts...

  • AMERICAN AIRCRAFT IN ROYAL AIR FORCE SERVICE, 1939-1945: CURTIS HAWK 87A KITTYHAWK.

    AMERICAN AIRCRAFT IN ROYAL AIR FORCE SERVICE, 1939-1945: CURTIS HAWK 87A KITTYHAWK.

    part of "ROYAL AIR FORCE AIRCRAFT 1941-1959: ATP COLLECTION (GSA 325)" (photographs) Made by: Royal Air Force official photographer

    ATP 10674E

    Kittyhawk Mark I, AK573, on the ground at Prestwick after erection by Scottish Aviation Ltd. AK573 subsequently joined the Air Fighting Development Unit at Duxford, Cambridgeshire.

  • DUXFORD AIRFIELD 1940-1945

    DUXFORD AIRFIELD 1940-1945

    (photographs)

    HU 48138

    American mechanics removing the engine from a P-47 Thunderbolt at Duxford, September 1943.

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