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Six Spitfire Mark Iís of No. 19 Squadron, Royal Air Force, based at Duxford, Cambridgeshire, England flying in starboard echelon formation led by the Commanding Officer, Squadron Leader H.I. Cozens, 1938.Spitfire fighter banking in the clouds, date unknown
Six Spitfire Mark Iís of No. 19 Squadron, Royal Air Force, based at Duxford, Cambridgeshire, England flying in starboard echelon formation led by the Commanding Officer, Squadron Leader H.I. Cozens, 1938.Spitfire fighter banking in the clouds, date unknown
British Spitfire Mk I fighter of 19 Squadron RAF, 1940Spitfire Mk IA fighter in flight, date unknown
British Spitfire Mk I fighter of 19 Squadron RAF, 1940Spitfire Mk IA fighter in flight, date unknown
British pilot Barrie Heath of No. 611 Squadron RAF posing with his Spitfire fighter, 1940German Do 17 bomber and British Spitfire fighter in the sky over Britain, Dec 1940
British pilot Barrie Heath of No. 611 Squadron RAF posing with his Spitfire fighter, 1940German Do 17 bomber and British Spitfire fighter in the sky over Britain, Dec 1940
British Squadron Leader Donald Finlay of 41 Squadron RAF with his Spitfire fighter, circa 1941Canadian pilot James Henry Whalen posing with his Spitfire fighter, RAF Tangmere, West Sussex, England, United Kingdom, 1941
British Squadron Leader Donald Finlay of 41 Squadron RAF with his Spitfire fighter, circa 1941Canadian pilot James Henry Whalen posing with his Spitfire fighter, RAF Tangmere, West Sussex, England, United Kingdom, 1941
Two Master aircraft and a Spitfire aircraft at RAF Grangemouth, Scotland, United Kingdom, date unknownPilots of the 309th Fighter Squadron, USAAF 31st Fighter Group running to their Spitfire Mk VB fighters, United Kingdom, 1942
Two Master aircraft and a Spitfire aircraft at RAF Grangemouth, Scotland, United Kingdom, date unknownPilots of the 309th Fighter Squadron, USAAF 31st Fighter Group running to their Spitfire Mk VB fighters, United Kingdom, 1942
Squadron leader Zumbach of No. 303 USAAF Colonel Harold B. Willis, Major Marvin L. McNickle, and Captain A. E. Vinson observing an aircraft in flight from a Spitfire aircraft, Gibraltar, 1942
Squadron leader Zumbach of No. 303 'Kościuszko' (Polish) Squadron RAF flying in his Spitfire VB aircraft, circa 1942USAAF Colonel Harold B. Willis, Major Marvin L. McNickle, and Captain A. E. Vinson observing an aircraft in flight from a Spitfire aircraft, Gibraltar, 1942
Various aircraft at RAF Mandy, England, United Kingdom, 1940sAustralian pilots of the No. 457 Squadron
Various aircraft at RAF Mandy, England, United Kingdom, 1940sAustralian pilots of the No. 457 Squadron 'Grey Nurse' RAAF at RAF Station Redhill, Surrey, England, United Kingdom, Mar-May 1942
Spitfire Mk. Vc-Tropical variant from No. 603 Squadron RAF being hauled aboard USS Wasp (Wasp-class) by a crane, Glasgow, Scotland, United Kingdom, 13 Apr 1942, photo 1 of 3Spitfire Mk. Vc-Tropical variant from No. 603 Squadron RAF being hauled aboard USS Wasp (Wasp-class) by a crane, Glasgow, Scotland, United Kingdom, 13 Apr 1942, photo 2 of 3
Spitfire Mk. Vc-Tropical variant from No. 603 Squadron RAF being hauled aboard USS Wasp (Wasp-class) by a crane, Glasgow, Scotland, United Kingdom, 13 Apr 1942, photo 1 of 3Spitfire Mk. Vc-Tropical variant from No. 603 Squadron RAF being hauled aboard USS Wasp (Wasp-class) by a crane, Glasgow, Scotland, United Kingdom, 13 Apr 1942, photo 2 of 3
Spitfire Mk. Vc-Tropical variant from No. 603 Squadron RAF being hauled aboard USS Wasp (Wasp-class) by a crane, Glasgow, Scotland, United Kingdom, 13 Apr 1942, photo 3 of 3British Spitfire fighters on the flight deck of USS Wasp, circa Apr-May 1942
Spitfire Mk. Vc-Tropical variant from No. 603 Squadron RAF being hauled aboard USS Wasp (Wasp-class) by a crane, Glasgow, Scotland, United Kingdom, 13 Apr 1942, photo 3 of 3British Spitfire fighters on the flight deck of USS Wasp, circa Apr-May 1942
British Spitfire V fighter took off from Wasp for Malta, May 1942The flight deck crew of USS Wasp holding down British Spitfire fighters as they prepared for launch for Malta, Apr-May 1942
British Spitfire V fighter took off from Wasp for Malta, May 1942The flight deck crew of USS Wasp holding down British Spitfire fighters as they prepared for launch for Malta, Apr-May 1942

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