Coastal Command

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Vickers Warwick - This aircraft served with the Air Sea Rescue Training Unit at RAF Station Hurn, Dorset, England - World War 2 These funny old things saved a bunch of lives in air/sea rescue, and flew in the most appalling conditions. Air Force Aircraft, Ww2 Aircraft, Military Aircraft, Wellington Bomber, Mustang, South African Air Force, Merchant Navy, Ww2 Planes, Vintage Airplanes

Vickers Warwick 1943.

This aircraft served with the Air Sea Rescue Training unit at Hern.(correction Hurn)

Short S-25 Sunderland 5 - UK - Air Force Flying Ship, Flying Boat, Short Sunderland, Amphibious Aircraft, Float Plane, Ww2 Planes, Aircraft Design, Royal Air Force, Military Aircraft

Aviation Photo #4452213: Short S-25 Sunderland 5 - UK - Air Force

"Royal Air Force Museum" The Short Sunderlands were maritime patrol aircraft and were extensively used by the British during the Second World War to counter the German U-bpat threat. [Nikon D800 / AF-S Nikkor 28-300mm] - Photo taken at Hendon [CLOSED] in England, United Kingdom on July 20, 2015.

"Majestic water birds" KB The Royal Air Force in Britain, 1942 A tail view of Short Sunderland Mark I, 'SE-F', of Coastal Command at Pembroke Dock. It bears th. Amphibious Aircraft, Ww2 Aircraft, Military Aircraft, Navy Aircraft, Pembroke Dock, Short Sunderland, Flying Boat, Aircraft Photos, Ww2 Planes

Sunderland Mk. I

A tail view of Short Sunderland Mark I, L5802 'SE-F', of Coastal Command at Pembroke Dock. Also see; www.flickr.com/photos/8270787@N07/3216843183/in/set-72157...

A Bristol Taurus VI engine is unshipped from Bristol Beaufort Mark I, of No. 217 Squadron RAF at St Eval, Cornwall. Air Force Aircraft, Ww2 Aircraft, Military Aircraft, Bristol Beaufighter, Radial Engine, Battle Of Britain, Royal Air Force, Luftwaffe, Photo Postcards

ROYAL AIR FORCE COASTAL COMMAND, 1939-1945.

A Bristol Taurus VI engine is unshipped from Bristol Beaufort Mark I, L9853 of No. 217 Squadron RAF at St Eval, Cornwall. The engine is suspended from a mobile derrick while the fitters check the cylinder heads before crating it up for return to the manufacturers for a complete overhaul.

gazingskywardtv: “ This Day in Aviation History October 1937 First flight of the Short Sunderland. The Short Sunderland was a British flying boat patrol bomber developed for the Royal Air. Amphibious Aircraft, Ww2 Aircraft, Military Aircraft, Short Sunderland, Bristol, Float Plane, History Online, Flying Boat, Royal Air Force

Forums / RAF Library / The Short Sunderland

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  Short Sunderland, Flying Boat, Civil Aviation, Military Aircraft, Ww2, Boats, Fighter Jets, Coastal, Films

SFE 'Coastal Command' trailer

Using archive news reviews and official RAF film records of the period, Coastal Command - A Service Overview surveys the seaplanes and flying boats, the miss...

A pilot believed to be Flight Lieutenant A J H Finch, DFC, climbing into the cockpit of Bristol Beaufort MW-S' of 217 Squadron January 1942 (IWM) Air Force Aircraft, Ww2 Aircraft, Military Aircraft, Colorized Photos, Ww2 Photos, Ww2 Pictures, Bristol Beaufighter, Aircraft Photos, Vintage Airplanes

THE ROYAL AIR FORCE IN BRITAIN, JANUARY 1942

TR 25. A pilot thought to be Flight Lieutenant A J H Finch DFC is about to settle into the cockpit of Bristol Beaufort I N102/'MW-S' of No 217 Squadron Royal Air Force prior to flying for photographers at St Eval Cornwall

The Airspeed Oxford was a multi-engine three-seat advanced trainer monoplane used as a military trainer by the RAF in the The Oxford was. Master Sergeant, Flying Boat, Battle Of Britain, Ww2 Aircraft, Aircraft Pictures, Submarines, Commonwealth, World War Two, First World

Commonwealth Air Forces

The Airspeed A.S.10 Oxford was a multi-engine three-seat advanced trainer monoplane used as a military trainer by the RAF in the 1930's. The Oxford was...

Off on another sortie, - The crew of Sunderland RB-D (no 10 RAAF Sqn.) in the duty pinnace on their way to their ‘ship’ in Plymouth harbour, the RAF station being known as Mount Batten. Air Force Aircraft, Ww2 Aircraft, Military Aircraft, Chrysler Building, Southampton, Short Sunderland, Plymouth England, Mustang, Royal Australian Air Force

The crew of Sunderland RB-D (no 10 RAAF Sqn.) in the duty pinnace on their way to their ‘ship’ in Plymouth harbour, the RAF station being known as Mount Batten.

An RAF Short Sunderland moored on the Havel near Berlin unloading salt during the airlift Flying Ship, Flying Boat, Aircraft Images, Ww2 Aircraft, West Berlin, Berlin Wall, Short Sunderland, History Online, American War

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