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WWII Royal Air Force fighter 'ace' James Edgar "Johnnie" Johnson flew Spitfire Mk IX EN398 during 1943. As a wing commander he had his initials as its code letters, JE-J. Depicted here climbing vertically into a sunlit sky, displaying the beautifully evolving lines of RJ Mitchell's iconic design.
Their finest hour by Gary Eason
"Okay, Villa Squadron. Let's get them." On 29 October 1940, in the final days of the Battle of Britain, the German Luftwaffe mounted its last major daylight assault on Britain. Shortly after noon the RAF's 602 Squadron (codename "Villa"), led that day by Flt Lt 'Mickey' Mount, went up to patrol over the Kent coast. From their altitude of 27,000ft they saw about 50 Messerschmitt Bf 109 fighter-bombers coming in over the coast. The dozen Spitfires of 602 swooped in pairs out of the sun…