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Added during 2010

2010-04-24

Greetings from Emmental Switzerland. Here is my 1/32 model of the Spitfire Mk.II. The model was the 30-year old Hasegawa kit of Mk. Vb ...

2010-04-15

Because the Spitfire was one of the few British aircraft produced before, during and after World War II it is an excellent example of ...

2010-04-12

“The origins of the Kent County Squadron idea began back in August 1940, when no less a person than Bob Stanford Tuck brought down ...

2010-04-12

P/O Harold John Appel Hunstanworth is a small village in County Durham in North-East England. Surrounded by high moorland plateau, much of the landscape ...

Added during 2008

2008-12-08

Click to enlarge image Spitfire Mk. IIa, P7666, in the markings EB-Z of No. 41 Squadron. This was the personal aircraft of the unit’s ...

2008-12-08

Click to enlarge image Squadron Leader Donald Osborne Finlay, Commanding Officer of No. 41 Squadron, in front of his Spitfire Mk. IIA. No. 41 ...

Added during 2007

2007-10-23

Fourteenth production Mk. II to leave the Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory, P7350 is today the oldest airworthy Spitfire in the world and the only ...