The Fokker T.VIII was a Dutch twin-engined torpedo-bomber and reconnaissance floatplane developed in the late 1930s, which served in the Dutch, British and German air forces. The aircraft was originally developed as a result of a request from the Dutch Naval Aviation Service for an aircraft for use in home waters and in the Dutch East Indies.

A Fokker T-VIII W seaplane of RAF 320 Squadron begins a patrol after taking off from Pembroke Dock, Pembrokeshire.

The Fokker T.VIII was a Dutch twin-engined torpedo-bomber and reconnaissance floatplane developed in the late 1930s, which served in the Dutch, British and German air forces. The aircraft was originally developed as a result of a request from the Dutch Naval Aviation Service for an aircraft for use in home waters and in the Dutch East Indies.

A Fokker T-VIII W seaplane of RAF 320 Squadron begins a patrol after taking off from Pembroke Dock, Pembrokeshire.

A Fokker T-VIII W seaplane of RAF 320 Squadron begins a patrol after taking off from Pembroke Dock, Pembrokeshire.

A Fokker T-VIII W seaplane of RAF 320 Squadron begins a patrol after taking off from Pembroke Dock, Pembrokeshire.

A Fokker T-VIIIW seaplane of No. 320 (Dutch) Squadron RAF setting off on convoy patrol after taking off from Pembroke Dock, Pembrokeshire

Dutch-originated Fokker T.VIII floatplane torpedo bomber fought for several sides during World War Escaped aircraft formed 320 (Dutch) Squadron,within RAF, as maritime patrol aircraft, until spares problems, caused crews to change to other aircraft.

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