This article is a part of the emerging series of illustrated articles which present construction details of the various marks of the Spitfire. The ...
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 ...
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.
5 July 1940. About the rise of heavily-armed fighters and the difficult development of a cannon-armed Spitfire.
This article, now revised and updated, provides a complete photo reference to the layout and operation of the Spitfire cockpit. 80 photos are provided.
24 June, 1940 Compared with the old Supermarine assembly plant in Eastleigh, the white office building of de Havilland Aircraft Company in Hatfield was ...
The story of aircraft donation by Free Danes around the World in support of their fighting airmen
The PR Mk XIX was the last of the specialised photo reconnaissance variants of the Spitfire, the only one with a Griffon engine and ...
Supermarine Prototype K5054 Eastleigh, March 1936 As is widely known, the entire Spitfire family originated from one prototype aircraft. By the time it was ...
Supermarine Type 224 The sole prototype K2890 Eastleigh, 1934 On February 19, 1934 at Eastleigh the Supermarine Type 224 flew. Built to Air Ministry ...