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Martlet fighter aboard HMS Formidable off North Africa, Nov 1942Martlet fighter on the flight deck of HMS Formidable, off North Africa, Nov 1942
Martlet fighter aboard HMS Formidable off North Africa, Nov 1942Martlet fighter on the flight deck of HMS Formidable, off North Africa, Nov 1942
Martlet fighters aboard HMS Formidable off North Africa, Nov 1942Sailors pushing an armed Albacore aircraft of No. 820 Squadron FAA into position aboard HMS Formidable, off North Africa, Nov 1942
Martlet fighters aboard HMS Formidable off North Africa, Nov 1942Sailors pushing an armed Albacore aircraft of No. 820 Squadron FAA into position aboard HMS Formidable, off North Africa, Nov 1942
HMS Formidable and HMS Renown, probably off North Africa, circa Nov-Dec 1942Seafire Mk IIc fighter of No. 885 Squadron FAA aboard HMS Formidable in the Mediterranean Sea, Dec 1942
HMS Formidable and HMS Renown, probably off North Africa, circa Nov-Dec 1942Seafire Mk IIc fighter of No. 885 Squadron FAA aboard HMS Formidable in the Mediterranean Sea, Dec 1942
Aircraft mechanics strapping in pilots of Martlet fighters aboard HMS Formidable, 1940sAlbacore aircraft of No. 820 Squadron FAA aboard HMS Formidable, 1940-1945
Aircraft mechanics strapping in pilots of Martlet fighters aboard HMS Formidable, 1940sAlbacore aircraft of No. 820 Squadron FAA aboard HMS Formidable, 1940-1945
Armourers loading a 1,600-lb bomb onto a Barracuda aircraft aboard HMS Formidable, 1940sBritish Royal Navy Home Fleet warships in Norwegian waters, date unknown; ships in background included HMS Duke of York, HMS Formidable, and HMS Indefatigable
Armourers loading a 1,600-lb bomb onto a Barracuda aircraft aboard HMS Formidable, 1940sBritish Royal Navy Home Fleet warships in Norwegian waters, date unknown; ships in background included HMS Duke of York, HMS Formidable, and HMS Indefatigable
British ships Vienna (center), Carlisle (behind Vienna), Dido (behind Carlisle), Ashanti (right), Oakley (behind Ashanti), Maidstone (behind Oakley), and Formidable (rear) at Algiers, Algeria, circa 1942-1943HMS Formidable underway in the Indian Ocean off Mombasa, Kenya, date unknown
British ships Vienna (center), Carlisle (behind Vienna), Dido (behind Carlisle), Ashanti (right), Oakley (behind Ashanti), Maidstone (behind Oakley), and Formidable (rear) at Algiers, Algeria, circa 1942-1943HMS Formidable underway in the Indian Ocean off Mombasa, Kenya, date unknown
HMS Nelson and HMS Formidable in the Mediterranean Sea, 1942-1943HMS Resolution and HMS Formidable underway in the Indian Ocean, 1942-1943
HMS Nelson and HMS Formidable in the Mediterranean Sea, 1942-1943HMS Resolution and HMS Formidable underway in the Indian Ocean, 1942-1943
Martlet fighter of No. 888 Squadron FAA taking off from HMS Formidable, Mediterranean Sea, circa 1942-1943Martlet fighter of No. 888 Squadron FAA taking off from HMS Formidable, Mediterranean Sea, circa 1942-1943
Martlet fighter of No. 888 Squadron FAA taking off from HMS Formidable, Mediterranean Sea, circa 1942-1943Martlet fighter of No. 888 Squadron FAA taking off from HMS Formidable, Mediterranean Sea, circa 1942-1943
Recognition drawing of Illustrious-class carriersMartlet IV and Seafire IIc fighters of Nos. 885, 888, and 893 Squadron FAA aboard HMS Formidable off Italy, Sep 1943
Recognition drawing of Illustrious-class carriersMartlet IV and Seafire IIc fighters of Nos. 885, 888, and 893 Squadron FAA aboard HMS Formidable off Italy, Sep 1943
HMS Formidable and two destroyers off the Rock of Gibraltar, 1940s; photo taken from HMS RodneyHMS Formidable firing her QF 4.5-inch Mk III guns, date unknown
HMS Formidable and two destroyers off the Rock of Gibraltar, 1940s; photo taken from HMS RodneyHMS Formidable firing her QF 4.5-inch Mk III guns, date unknown

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