A flight of North American Harvard IIAs from No 20 Service Flying Training School being flown in formation by RAF trainee pilots participating in the Commonwealth Joint Air Training Programme
"Last of the big, butch piston engined warriors" KB RAF Hawker Tempest Mk V - World War 2
In August 1942 Lancaster I became the first of its type to fly the Atlantic, having been chosen as the pattern machine for production of the Lancaster in Canada. It is seen here at Prestwick airport before the flight.
1955 - Royal Air Force (RAF) Scottish Aviation Twin Pioneer (Twin-Engined Piston Transport)
Liberator GR Mark IIIs, FK228 M and FL933 O, of No. 120 Squadron RAF, lined up with other aircraft at Aldergrove, County Antrim, N.Ireland. The third aircraft in line is a GR Mark V, FL952, of No. 86 Squadron RAF. (IWM CH 18035)
A bomb-train of sixteen bombs arriving to be loaded by the waiting Royal Air Force armourers into Short Stirling bomber of No. 1651 Heavy Conversion Unit at Waterbeach, Cambridgeshire. was one of the first built by Short and Harland at Belfast.
RAF Coastal Command Liberator 120 SQ
The newly restored Bristol Blenheim Mk.I performed a Battle of Britain tribute at Royal International Air Tattoo at RAF Fairford.
british-eevee: “ Wellington Mk X of RAF Coastal Command in flight (Date and location unknown) ”
Boeing Flying Fortress in RAF Coastal Command service, mid
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Take a look at the 'Hawker Hurricane IIc night fighter of 87 Squadron RAF, prints from Media Storehouse
Armourers at RAF St Eval manhandle 250 lb. depth charges from a bomb trolley as they prepare a Liberator GR Mark VA of 53 Squadron for a patrol. Moore's “G-George” was loaded with 12 of the cylindrical weapons as well as a 600 lb. acoustic homing torpedo. Photo: Imperial War Museum