Short Sunderland I. RAF flying boat

Short Sunderland I. Long range maritime reconnaissance & anti submarine aircraft.

Short Sunderland Mark I, L2163 ‘DA-G’, of No. 210 Squadron RAF based at Oban, in flight over the Atlantic while escorting Canadian Troop Convoy 6 (TC.6), inbound for Greenock.1943

Short Sunderland Mark I of No. 210 Squadron RAF based at Oban, Scotland in flight over the Atlantic while escorting Canadian Troop Convoy 6 inbound for Such long range aircraft were critical to securing eventual victory in the Battle of the Atlantic.

Short Sunderland Mk V of the 201st Squadron RAF moored at Tower Bridge, London 16th September 1956 (during the commemoration of the Battle of Britain)

Short Sunderland Mk V of the Squadron RAF moored at Tower Bridge, London September 1956 (during the commemoration of the Battle of Britain) awesome!

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The Place as Airlift - a British Short Sunderland flying boat

Short S.25 Sunderland Mk V (Sunderland first flight 1937, Mk V variant circa 1944)

A Short Sunderland Mk V in flight ( flying boat patrol bomber) during

The pilot and navigator of a Short Sunderland Mark I of No. 10 Squadron RAAF enjoy some refreshments while on convoy escort duty in the Atlantic.

british-eevee: “ Inside the cockpit of the Short Sunderland (Date and location unknown) ”

1938-1959 Short S.25 Sunderland. Flying Boat Bomber. RAF, RNZAF, RAAF, FN. Engine: 4 x Bristol Pegasus XVIII nine cylinder radial engines (1,065 hp) Armament: 16 x .303 Browning machine guns, 2 x .5 in machine guns. Max speed: 210 mph (336 km/h)

Engine: 4 x Bristol Pegasus XVIII nine cylinder radial engines hp) Armament: 16 x Browning machine guns, 2 x in machine guns. Max speed: 210 mph km/h)

Sunderland's flying boat escorting the "Empress of Australia" sailing on the English Channel with the King and Queen on board bound for Canada.

Sunderland's flying boat escorting the "Empress of Australia" sailing on the English Channel with the King and Queen on board bound for Canada.

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Gremlins - A children's story or a sinister and deadly malfunction.

The Short Sunderland was a British flying boat patrol bomber developed for the Royal Air Force (RAF) by Short Brothers.

No. 10 Squadron was in Britain before the outbreak of war to be equipped with the new Short Sunderland flying Boats. It was joined by 461 Squadron in April 1942 also equipped with Sunderlands which were nicknamed the “flying porcupine” by the German fighter pilots who encountered them, due to the large number of machine guns they were armed with.

Maintenance crews of 10 Squadron RAAF haul a Sunderland ashore into a hanger for maintenance.

The huge Short Sunderland flying boat had a crew of 9 but could accommodate as many as 80 men when used as a transport. Radar had only been introduced to the Sunderland in October 1941.

JUN 2 1943 ‘Battle in the Bay’ – Sunderland v Ju The huge Short Sunderland flying boat had a crew of 9 but could accommodate as many as 80 men when used as a transport. Radar had only been introduced to the Sunderland in October

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