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Albacore aircraft in flight, circa 1940, photo 1 of 2Albacore aircraft in flight, circa 1940, photo 2 of 2
Albacore aircraft in flight, circa 1940, photo 1 of 2Albacore aircraft in flight, circa 1940, photo 2 of 2
Albacore aircraft aboard HMS Formidable, 1940sAlbacore aircraft of No. 820 Squadron FAA flying in formation over HMS Formidable and other warships, 1940s
Albacore aircraft aboard HMS Formidable, 1940sAlbacore aircraft of No. 820 Squadron FAA flying in formation over HMS Formidable and other warships, 1940s
Albacore aircraft of No. 820 Squadron FAA in flight, 1940sAlbacore aircraft of No. 820 Squadron FAA in flight, 1940s
Albacore aircraft of No. 820 Squadron FAA in flight, 1940sAlbacore aircraft of No. 820 Squadron FAA in flight, 1940s
Albacore aircraft of No. 820 Squadron FAA in flight, 1940sAlbacore aircraft of No. 820 Squadron FAA in flight, 1940s
Albacore aircraft of No. 820 Squadron FAA in flight, 1940sAlbacore aircraft of No. 820 Squadron FAA in flight, 1940s
Albacore aircraft of No. 820 Squadron FAA in flight, 1940sFlight deck signal officer directing the landing of an Albacore aircraft of No. 820 Squadron FAA aboard HMS Formidable, 1940s
Albacore aircraft of No. 820 Squadron FAA in flight, 1940sFlight deck signal officer directing the landing of an Albacore aircraft of No. 820 Squadron FAA aboard HMS Formidable, 1940s
Flight deck signal officer directing the landing of an Albacore aircraft of No. 820 Squadron FAA aboard HMS Formidable, 1940sAlbacore aircraft of No. 820 Squadron, British Fleet Air Arm taking off from HMS Victorious, which was on distant cover for Arctic convoys, Mar 1942
Flight deck signal officer directing the landing of an Albacore aircraft of No. 820 Squadron FAA aboard HMS Formidable, 1940sAlbacore aircraft of No. 820 Squadron, British Fleet Air Arm taking off from HMS Victorious, which was on distant cover for Arctic convoys, Mar 1942
Albacore aircraft of No. 820 Squadron FAA having just taken off from HMS Formidable in the Indian Ocean, 29 May 1942; photo taken from HMS WarspiteHMS Indomitable and HMS Eagle sailing behind HMS Victorious, 3-10 Aug 1942; note Hurricane and Albacore aircraft on Victorious
Albacore aircraft of No. 820 Squadron FAA having just taken off from HMS Formidable in the Indian Ocean, 29 May 1942; photo taken from HMS WarspiteHMS Indomitable and HMS Eagle sailing behind HMS Victorious, 3-10 Aug 1942; note Hurricane and Albacore aircraft on Victorious' flight deck
Albacore Mk I aircraft of No. 820 Squadron FAA from HMS Formidable in flight, off North Africa, Nov 1942Armorers equipping an Albacore aircraft aboard HMS Formidable, off North Africa, Nov 1942
Albacore Mk I aircraft of No. 820 Squadron FAA from HMS Formidable in flight, off North Africa, Nov 1942Armorers equipping an Albacore aircraft aboard HMS Formidable, off North Africa, Nov 1942
Sailors pushing an armed Albacore aircraft of No. 820 Squadron FAA into position aboard HMS Formidable, off North Africa, Nov 1942Albacore aircraft of No. 820 Squadron FAA aboard HMS Formidable, 1940-1945
Sailors pushing an armed Albacore aircraft of No. 820 Squadron FAA into position aboard HMS Formidable, off North Africa, Nov 1942Albacore aircraft of No. 820 Squadron FAA aboard HMS Formidable, 1940-1945
Albacore torpedo bombers of No. 820 Squadron FAA from HMS Formidable in flight, over the Indian Ocean off Mombasa, Kenya, date unknownHMS Indomitable steaming in British waters, early 1943. Note the Fairey Albacore aircraft and one naval Supermarine Spitfire.
Albacore torpedo bombers of No. 820 Squadron FAA from HMS Formidable in flight, over the Indian Ocean off Mombasa, Kenya, date unknownHMS Indomitable steaming in British waters, early 1943. Note the Fairey Albacore aircraft and one naval Supermarine Spitfire.
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