1943 AVRO Anson Mk 1, is a British twin-engined, multi-role aircraft that served in WWII. This is the worlds last flying Anson and is based in New Zealand.

1943 AVRO Anson Mk is a British twin-engined, multi-role aircraft that served in WWII. This is the worlds last flying Anson and is based in New Zealand.

Martin-Baker MB 5 was the ultimate development of a series of prototype fighter aircraft built during the Second World War. Neither the MB 5 nor its predecessors ever entered production, despite what test pilots described as excellent performance

The Martin Baker MB 5 was to have been the prop fighter of the Second World War, if it had entered service. The reasons as to why the MB 5 did not go into production are unfortunately lost to history.

First flight of the Martin-Baker MB 5 prototype fighter 23/4 1944.

First flight of the Martin-Baker MB 5 prototype fighter

Supermarine 396 Seafang F.32

The Seafang was essentially a Spiteful redesigned for Royal Navy carrier use, with the addition of an arrester hook, a contra-rotating propeller to eliminate engine torque effects, and power folding outer wing panels.

The British Martin-Baker MB 5

The Martin-Baker was developed by a small British firm toward the end of WWII and was one of the finest piston-powered fighters ever built. Due to advancing jet technology, only a single prototype was completed.

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Martin-Baker M.B.5

Operation history, technical specifications and images of the Martin-Baker Fighter Prototype.

Martin Baker MB5

Martin Baker MB 5 - The last try on piston engined figthers.Six 20 mm Hispano canons, Rolls Royce Griffon mph.

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