Malta-based pilots sitting in front of two fighter aircraft at Luqa, Malta. Third and fourth from the left: Wing Commander J.K. Buchanan, Commanding Officer of No. 272 Squadron RAF, and Wing Commander M.M. Stephens, leader of the Hal Far Fighter Wing, shortly before the end of his tour of operations. Behind them a Supermarine Spitfire Mark VC, BR498 'PP-H' and a Bristol Beaufighter of No. 272 Squadron RAF.

RAF pilots sit down for a chat in front of their planes at an RAF base in Malta (Date unknown)

Royal Air Force Coastal Command, 1939-1945. CH9765 - Bristol Beaufighter - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The crew of a Bristol Beaufighter VIC of No. 144 Squadron RAF stand by the cockpit of their aircraft at a dispersal at Tain, Ross-shire. The Interim.

Bristol Beaufighter

The Bristol Type 156 Beaufighter was a long-range, fighter which attracted interest. The prototype, with Hercules powerplant first flew on 17 July 1939 and as the Fighter Command Mark IF night fighter version joined 25 Sqn in September

Bristol Beaufighter

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Bristol Beaufighter

Bristol Type 156 Beaufighter a multi-role aircraft developed during the Second World War by Bristol Aeroplane Company in the UK.

Bristol Beaufighter Mk1, pin by Paolo Marzioli

Bristol Beaufighter pin by Paolo Marzioli

Fairey Albacore aircraft profile. Aircraft Database of the Fleet Air Arm Archive 1939-1945

To the Japanese, the Bristol Beaufighter became known as "The Whispering Death" because of the speed at which one could suddenly strike and turn for home.