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Beaufighter aircraft of No. 252 Squadron RAF in North Africa, date unknownBeaufighter torpedo bomber
Beaufighter aircraft of No. 252 Squadron RAF in North Africa, date unknownBeaufighter torpedo bomber 'Torbeau' in flight, date unknown
Beaufighter Mk VIC aircraft of No. 235 Squadron RAF taking off at Luqa, Malta, 15 Jun 1942Beaufighter aircraft of No. 30 Squadron RAAF in flight over the Owen Stanley range, New Guinea, late 1942; the pilot was R. J. Brazenor with observer F. B. Anderson
Beaufighter Mk VIC aircraft of No. 235 Squadron RAF taking off at Luqa, Malta, 15 Jun 1942Beaufighter aircraft of No. 30 Squadron RAAF in flight over the Owen Stanley range, New Guinea, late 1942; the pilot was R. J. Brazenor with observer F. B. Anderson
A WAAF corporal checking a delivery of 20mm Hispano cannon shells before being loaded onto a Beaufighter Mark VI aircraft of No. 96 Squadron RAF at RAF Honiley, Wroxall, Warwickshire, England, United Kingdom, 1943-1945Graduates of No. 12 Course at No. 5 Operational Training Unit of the RAAF, 1943; note Beaufighter aircraft in background
A WAAF corporal checking a delivery of 20mm Hispano cannon shells before being loaded onto a Beaufighter Mark VI aircraft of No. 96 Squadron RAF at RAF Honiley, Wroxall, Warwickshire, England, United Kingdom, 1943-1945Graduates of No. 12 Course at No. 5 Operational Training Unit of the RAAF, 1943; note Beaufighter aircraft in background
WAAF personnel refueling a Beaufighter Mark VIF of No. 51 Operational Training Unit, RAF Cranfield, Bedfordshire, England, United Kingdom, date unknownWAAF personnel unloading boxes of 20mm Hispano cannon shells while RAF armourers loaded them for a Beaufighter Mark VI aircraft of No. 96 Squadron RAF at RAF Honiley, Wroxall, Warwickshire, England, United Kingdom, 1943-1945
WAAF personnel refueling a Beaufighter Mark VIF of No. 51 Operational Training Unit, RAF Cranfield, Bedfordshire, England, United Kingdom, date unknownWAAF personnel unloading boxes of 20mm Hispano cannon shells while RAF armourers loaded them for a Beaufighter Mark VI aircraft of No. 96 Squadron RAF at RAF Honiley, Wroxall, Warwickshire, England, United Kingdom, 1943-1945
British pilots resting at Luqa airfield, Malta,  Jan 1943; note Beaufighter and Spitfire Mk VC aircraft in backgroundBeaufighter Mk VIF aircraft of No. 272 Squadron RAF Coastal Command at Takali airfield, Malta, 27 Jun 1943
British pilots resting at Luqa airfield, Malta, Jan 1943; note Beaufighter and Spitfire Mk VC aircraft in backgroundBeaufighter Mk VIF aircraft of No. 272 Squadron RAF Coastal Command at Takali airfield, Malta, 27 Jun 1943
Beaufighter Mk VIF aircraft of US 416th Night Fighter Squadron at rest, near Grottaglie, Italy, Nov 1943Beaufighter Mk IF aircraft of No. 29 Squadron RAF in flight, circa 1941-1943; seen in US Navy publication US Navy Naval Aviation News dated 15 Dec 1943
Beaufighter Mk VIF aircraft of US 416th Night Fighter Squadron at rest, near Grottaglie, Italy, Nov 1943Beaufighter Mk IF aircraft of No. 29 Squadron RAF in flight, circa 1941-1943; seen in US Navy publication US Navy Naval Aviation News dated 15 Dec 1943
American Beaufighter aircraft, 1943-1945WAAF flight mechanics pulling the chocks from the wheels of a Beaufort Mark I aircraft of No. 51 Operational Training Unit before a training flight from RAF Cranfield, Bedfordshire, England, United Kingdom, 1944; note a Beaufighter Mark VI aircraft in background
American Beaufighter aircraft, 1943-1945WAAF flight mechanics pulling the chocks from the wheels of a Beaufort Mark I aircraft of No. 51 Operational Training Unit before a training flight from RAF Cranfield, Bedfordshire, England, United Kingdom, 1944; note a Beaufighter Mark VI aircraft in background
Bristol Beaufighter Mk X number NE255 / EE-H of Coastal Defence Maritime Patrol No. 404 Squadron at RAF Davidstow Moor, Cornwall, England, United Kingdom, mid-Aug 1944. Photo 1 of 2.Bristol Beaufighter Mk X number NE255 / EE-H of Coastal Defence Maritime Patrol No. 404 Squadron at RAF Davidstow Moor, Cornwall, England, United Kingdom, mid-Aug 1944. Photo 2 of 2.
Bristol Beaufighter Mk X number NE255 / EE-H of Coastal Defence Maritime Patrol No. 404 Squadron at RAF Davidstow Moor, Cornwall, England, United Kingdom, mid-Aug 1944. Photo 1 of 2.Bristol Beaufighter Mk X number NE255 / EE-H of Coastal Defence Maritime Patrol No. 404 Squadron at RAF Davidstow Moor, Cornwall, England, United Kingdom, mid-Aug 1944. Photo 2 of 2.
British Beaufighters of RAF 236 Squadron and RCAF 404 Squadron making a rocket attack on the heavily armed German mine detector ship Sauerland off La Pallice France, 12 Aug 1944. Photo 1 of 2British Beaufighters of RAF 236 Squadron and RCAF 404 Squadron making a rocket attack on the heavily armed German mine detector ship Sauerland off La Pallice France, 12 Aug 1944. Photo 2 of 2
British Beaufighters of RAF 236 Squadron and RCAF 404 Squadron making a rocket attack on the heavily armed German mine detector ship Sauerland off La Pallice France, 12 Aug 1944. Photo 1 of 2British Beaufighters of RAF 236 Squadron and RCAF 404 Squadron making a rocket attack on the heavily armed German mine detector ship Sauerland off La Pallice France, 12 Aug 1944. Photo 2 of 2
Composite photo of a Bristol Beaufighter cockpit, circa 1945.Crash-landed Beaufighter TF Mk X aircraft of No. 144 Squadron at RAF Dallachy, Elgin, Scotland, United Kingdom, 9 Feb 1945
Composite photo of a Bristol Beaufighter cockpit, circa 1945.Crash-landed Beaufighter TF Mk X aircraft of No. 144 Squadron at RAF Dallachy, Elgin, Scotland, United Kingdom, 9 Feb 1945

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