Hawker Typhoon Mark IB of No. 56 Squadron RAF runs up its engine in a revetment at Matlask, Norfolk, before taking off on a 'Rhubarb' (a harassing fighter operation) over Holland.
A very colorful British Electric Lightning from the No. 56 Squadron.
English Electric Lightning F.3, 56 Squadron, RAF Wattisham, 1965
Lightning F1A XM176
English Electric Lightning F.Mk 1A of 56Sqn 'The Firebirds' display team
RAF 56 Sqn English Electric Lightning F.6 XS901/T (1976) Colour Photo | eBay
Pilots and Hurricanes of No 56 Punjab Squadron at Duxford 2 January 1942
'The Firebirds': 56 Squadron Lightnings .
Sleek: A Hawker Hunter F5 WP183 of 56 Squadron in flight from former station RAF Waterbeach in Cambridgeshire on 16 April 1956
A Royal Air Force Hawker Typhoon Mk.IB (EK183, "US-A") of No. 56 Squadron RAF at RAF Matlaske, Norfolk (UK), on 21 April 1943. This aircraft was flown by Squadron Leader T.H.V Pheloung (Oamaru, New Zealand).
Despite its high production numbers, the Hawker Typhoon 1A and 1B were both plagued by a series of design and technical problems.
English Electric Lightnings
English Electric Lightning F6 XS904 at Bruntingthorpe aerodrome during the Cold War Jets Day 3rd May 2009
English Electric Lightning F.3 aircraft picture
“Terrific pic of 74 'Tiger' Sqn Lightnings taken by the legendary Charles E. Brown (I think) - a true artist”
English Electric Lightning F Mk 1a
English Electric Lightening - though why anyone would care that I like this is beyond me!