WWll Supermarine Walrus

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Royal AF - Supermarine Walrus (Sn W (O-ZE) of No. 293 Squadron - Was a Single Engine Amphibious Biplane Reconnaissance Aircraft - Circa 1944 Aircraft Parts, Ww2 Aircraft, Military Aircraft, Photos Originales, Flying Boat, Ww2 Planes, Aircraft Design, Royal Air Force, Royal Navy

Walrus

A Supermarine Walrus biplane was employed in a sea rescue role, and many an Allied pilot ow their lives to this ugly duckling.

Walrus from the Belfast cruiser on a merry way. The crew apparently received a penalty and as in the old days “on the galleys”. Aviation Image, Aviation Art, Amphibious Aircraft, Flying Boat, Search And Rescue, Royal Air Force, Royal Navy, Battleship, World War Two

Bassmen

fishstickmonkey: “ In an Icelandic fjord, a Supermarine Walrus aircraft of the cruiser HMS BELFAST (not visible) is being paddled in to approach the crane. ”

Supermarine Walrus flying boat lands the deck of an aircraft carrier in the Indian Ocean. Royal Navy Aircraft Carriers, Navy Carriers, Ww2 Aircraft, Military Aircraft, British Aircraft Carrier, Float Plane, Sea Plane, Royal Australian Air Force, Flying Boat

Supermarine Walrus making a deck landing

Here we see a Supermarine Walrus making a deck landing on a British aircraft carrier in the Far East

An poster sized print, approx (other products available) - Supermarine Walrus -the standard Royal Navy catapult aircraft carried aboard its larger warships -at Kerba, Tunisia, - Image supplied by Mary Evans Prints Online - Poster printed in the USA Ww2 Aircraft, Military Aircraft, Flying Boat, Aircraft Design, Search And Rescue, Royal Air Force, Royal Navy, Fighter Jets, Poster Prints

Recent Updates - An aircraft which did precious services

The Supermarine Walrus: one of many WW2 airplanes of all belligerents whose the fame was in an unfair manner overshadowed by other perhaps most elegant aircraft as the fighters and the bombers. In reality the Walrus, as other similar airplanes both Allied both Axis, was an ubiquitous aircraft which did precious services in many roles as spotting aircraft, search-and-rescue, mine-reconnaissance… The aircraft of this photo is one of this British amphibian aircrafts parked on airfield at Cape…

A Supermarine Walrus amphibian airplane being launched from the catapult deck of HMS Bermuda. The aircraft has just left the catapult. Navy Aircraft, Ww2 Aircraft, Military Aircraft, Aviation Image, Aviation Fuel, Float Plane, Flying Boat, Aircraft Design, Royal Air Force

Supermarine Walrus - Wikipedia

HMS Bermuda aircraft - Supermarine Walrus - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Vintage Aeroplanes RN Pilot in the cockpit of a Supermarine Walrus aeroplane aboard HMS King George V "revving up". Royal Australian Air Force, Air Festival, Flying Boat, Thing 1, Vintage Air, Aircraft Design, Ww2 Aircraft, Navy Ships, Aeroplanes

ON BOARD HMS KING GEORGE V. 1941.

A 3453. Pilot in the cockpit of the ship's Supermarine Walrus aeroplane "revving up".

[Flying boat No. 769 (Supermarine Walrus)] - City of Vancouver Archives Ww2 Aircraft, Fighter Aircraft, Military Aircraft, Fighter Jets, Royal Australian Air Force, Float Plane, Ww2 Pictures, Flying Boat, Aircraft Design

[Flying boat No. 769 (Supermarine Walrus)] - City of Vancouver Archives

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Supermarine" Walrus" (originally known as the Supermarine Seagull V) was a British single-engine amphibious biplane reconnaissance aircraft designed by R. Mitchell and first flown in Amphibious Aircraft, Ww2 Aircraft, Military Aircraft, Naval Aviator, Royal Australian Air Force, Flying Boat, Vintage Airplanes, Civil Aviation, Catapult

Supermarine Walrus K8341

Aboard the HMS YORK during a visit to San Francisco in August 1938. The damaged wing tip was not unusual as catapult planes were retrieved by a crane and the plane could swing back and forth as the ship rolled.

Aviation Photo Supermarine Walrus I - Australia - Air Force Navy Aircraft, Ww2 Aircraft, Royal Australian Air Force, Flying Boat, Aircraft Pictures, Mk1, Wings, Swimming, Aeroplanes

Aviation Photo #1840333: Supermarine Walrus I - Australia - Air Force

Built to a UK order but shipped to Australia and delivered to Qantas on 14 September 1943 for erection. Allocated to 2 Flying Boat Repair Depot, Rathmines, on 13 December, then to 9 Squadron on the 17th. In August 1944 allocated to 8 Comms Unit until put in storage in April 1945. Transferred to the Department of External Affairs on 2 October 1947, for use in Antarctica named 'Snow Goose' and operated by RAAF crews. Wrecked in a gale on Heard Island on 5 January 1948. Wreckage recovered in…