WWll A.W. Whitley

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A Royal Air Force Armstrong Whitworth Whitley bomber in flight, circa Ww2 Aircraft, Military Aircraft, Navy Aircraft, Ww2 Planes, Vintage Airplanes, Aircraft Design, Royal Air Force, War Machine, World War Two

Armstrong Whitworth Whitley

The Armstrong Whitworth A.W.38 Whitley was one of three British twin-engine, front line medium bomber types in service with the Royal Air Force at the outbreak of the Second World War (the others were the Vickers Wellington and the Handley Page Hampden). It took part in the first RAF bombing raid on German territory and remained an integral part of the early British bomber offensive until the introduction of four-engined "heavies"

Fine Art Print-Armstrong Whitworth Whitley Fine Art Print on Paper made in the UK Air Fighter, Fighter Jets, Ww2 Photos, Ww2 Aircraft, Aircraft Pictures, Royal Air Force, World War Two, Vintage Postcards, Photo Library

Postcards of the Past - Vintage Postcards of Historic Aircraft

A collection of old postcards of aeroplanes from around the world.

An air gunner sits at the ready in the Nash and Thompson Type rear turret of an Armstrong Whitworth Whitley Mark V of Squadron RAF at Driffield, Yorkshire. Ww2 Aircraft, Military Aircraft, Wellington Bomber, Air Force Bomber, Gun Turret, Lancaster Bomber, Air Fighter, Flying Boat, Ww2 Planes

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The Armstrong Whitworth Whitley was a British twin-engined bomber in service with the RAF at the outbreak of the Second World War Navy Aircraft, Ww2 Aircraft, Fighter Aircraft, Military Aircraft, Air Fighter, Fighter Jets, Air Force Bomber, Pilot, Vintage Airplanes

/k/ Planes Episode 101: Royal Air Force Bombers

It’s time for another episode of /k/ Planes! This time, we’ll be looking at the bombers of the Royal Air Force. As one of the world’s first air forces, the British Royal Air Force would have a long...