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Two-seat trainer Hurricane IIc flying with the Iran Air Force colors. With and without rear weather hood.

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Hawker Hurricane K5083 in flight, with test pilot P.W.S. "George" Bulman in the cockpit. Right front quarter view, from slightly above.

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'The Battle Of Britain' 1969 Film Newspaper Cuttings...

'The Battle Of Britain' 1969 Film Newspaper Cuttings.

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A formation of No 85 Squadron RAF from RAF Church Fenton executes a balbo on 5 October 1940, for the benefit of AM photographer Bertrand JH Daventry, who flew in a Master Mk I of No 306 Squadron RAF to undertake the photography. Among the 12 aircraft taking part in the display S/L Peter W Townsend led the front echelon in Hurricane Mk I VY-U, with acting F/L Geoffrey "Sammy" Allard of A Flight abaft in VY-G and acting F/L James E "Nigger" Marshall of B Flight to the rear in VY-Q.

A formation of No 85 Squadron RAF from RAF Church Fenton executes a balbo on 5 October 1940, for the benefit of AM photographer Bertrand JH Daventry, who flew in a Master Mk I of No 306 Squadron RAF to undertake the photography. Among the 12 aircraft taking part in the display S/L Peter W Townsend led the front echelon in Hurricane Mk I VY-U, with acting F/L Geoffrey "Sammy" Allard of A Flight abaft in VY-G and acting F/L James E "Nigger" Marshall of B Flight to the rear in VY-Q.

RAF Hawker Hurricane Mk.Is, circa 1939

RAF Hawker Hurricane Mk.Is, circa 1939

Hawker Hurricane In the color markings of No. 1 Squadron JX-E "The Night Reaper".

Hawker Hurricane In the color markings of No. 1 Squadron JX-E "The Night Reaper".

Hawker Hurricane Trainer Mk.IIc trop.

Hawker Hurricane Trainer Mk.IIc trop.

Hawker Hurricane - Sorti quatre mois à peine avant le Spitfire, le Hurricane effectua son premier vol le 6 novembre 1935 sous le nom de K5083. Conçu par Sidney Camm, il était équipé d'un moteur Rolls-Royce Goshawk qui sera rapidement remplacé par le plus puissant PV-12. ... Au contraire du Spitfire, le Hurricane n'évoluera pratiquement pas par la suite. Wikipedia

RAF Hawker Hurricane Mk IID or IV probably belonging to Specialised Low Attack Instructors School, Milfields, Northumberland. It's armed with Vickers anti-tank guns, this particular airplane being equipped with the standard carburetor air intake.

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retrowar: “Fighter lineup ” Hurricanes in Irish markings, yeah?

Hawker Hurricane 71 "Eagle" Squadron

I, XR-A, personal A/C of Fl Lt George A Brown commander of A flight No 71 (Eagle) Squadron, 1941

Hawker Hurricane Mk.IIB

Hawker Hurricane Mk.IIB

3 Squadron RAF Hawker Hurricane IIc

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Persian Hurricane Trainer

Persian Hurricane Trainer

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