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The construction, technology and equipment of the Spitfire

Added during 2011

2011-06-17

This article is a part of the emerging series of illustrated articles which present construction details of the various marks of the Spitfire. The ...

2011-06-15

This article is a part of the emerging series of illustrated articles which present construction details of the various marks of the Spitfire. The subject ...

2011-01-04

Nicknamed BONDOWOSO, Spitfire MK. Vb serial no. BL676 came to play a pivotal role in the development of the Seafire, a seaborne variant of Supermarine’s legendary aircraft.

Added during 2010

2010-07-06

5 July 1940. About the rise of heavily-armed fighters and the difficult development of a cannon-armed Spitfire.

2010-07-05

This article, now revised and updated, provides a complete photo reference to the layout and operation of the Spitfire cockpit. 80 photos are provided.

2010-06-29

24 June, 1940 Compared with the old Supermarine assembly plant in Eastleigh, the white office building of de Havilland Aircraft Company in Hatfield was ...

2010-04-19

The story of aircraft donation by Free Danes around the World in support of their fighting airmen

2010-04-19

The PR Mk XIX was the last of the specialised photo reconnaissance variants of the Spitfire, the only one with a Griffon engine and ...

2010-04-19

Supermarine Prototype K5054 Eastleigh, March 1936 As is widely known, the entire Spitfire family originated from one prototype aircraft. By the time it was ...

2010-04-19

Supermarine Type 224 The sole prototype K2890 Eastleigh, 1934 On February 19, 1934 at Eastleigh the Supermarine Type 224 flew. Built to Air Ministry ...