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Beaufighter Mk.VIC

In the two-crew Bristol Beaufighter heavy fighter series, some modifications were designed to patrol coastal areas and escort vessels. The designations of these variants ended with the letter C to indicate that they were used by the Coastal Command...

Country : Great Britain
Type : Ground Attack, Torpedo Bomber
Year : 1942
Beaufighter Mk.X

The Bristol Company decided to use the existing development and basic structural elements of the Beaufort torpedo bomber in the design of a new long-range fighter, and so the Beaufighter project was born...

Country : Great Britain
Type : Ground Attack, Torpedo Bomber
Year : 1942
Blenheim Mk.IV

The Bristol Blenheim was a British high-speed light bomber, widely used from the early days of WWII. Later variants included a heavy fighter which proved rather successful. The Blenheim was the first British...

Country : Great Britain
Type : Bomber
Year : 1937
Boston Mk.I

Douglas Boston Mk.I/Mk.II twin-engine medium army bomber/heavy ground-attack aircraft (second batch of the French order for the DB-7), series 1939

Country : Great Britain
Type : Bomber
Year : 1939
DB-7

Douglas DB-7 (DB-7B3) twin-engine medium army bomber/heavy ground-attack aircraft, 1939 series.
An all-metal, three- or four-seat cantilever monoplane with retractable nose landing gear.

Country : Great Britain
Type : Ground Attack, Bomber
Year : 1939
Dewoitine D.520

An single-seater, all-metal, closed-canopy monoplane fighter with retractable landing gear and a tail wheel. A prototype D.520-01 saw its first flight on October 2, 1938.

Country : Great Britain
Type : Fighter
Year : 1940
Gladiator Mk.II

The Gloster Gladiator biplane fighter was the last and best biplane of the British Air Force. Biplane design was already considered outdated by the time production of the Gladiator started, but it was clear that Britain might not have time to develop mass monoplane production...

Country : Great Britain
Type : Fighter
Year : 1937
Gladiator Mk.IIF

The Gloster Gladiator biplane fighter was the last and best biplane of the British Air Force. Biplane design was already considered outdated by the time production of the Gladiator started, but it was clear that Britain might not have time to develop mass monoplane production before full-scale war began.

Country : Great Britain
Type : Fighter
Year : 1937
Gladiator Mk.IIS

The Gloster Gladiator biplane fighter was the last and best biplane of the British Air Force. Biplane design was already considered outdated by the time production of the Gladiator started, but it was clear that Britain might not have time to develop mass monoplane production before full-scale war began.

Country : Great Britain
Type : Fighter
Year : 1937
Havoc Mk.I

Douglas Havoc Mk.I Intruder twin-engine night ground-attack aircraft
In order to distinguish fighters from bombers, night fighters were given their own designation, Havoc. The first variant of the plane, equipped with an airborne radar, was named the Havoc Mk.I.

Country : Great Britain
Type : Ground Attack
Year : 1941
Hellcat F Mk.I

It was designed by the design office of Grumman Aircraft Engineering Corporation under the direction of Leroy Grumman and William Schwendler. A prototype of the XF6F-1 fighter made its first flight on 26 July 1942. In October 1942, the first production version, F6F-3, was launched.

Country : Great Britain
Type : Fighter
Year : 1942
Hurricane Mk.I

The Hawker Hurricane was the most popular World War II British fighter plane. The Hurricane was the result of the Hawker company’s efforts to create a monoplane fighter based on one of the best biplane fighters of the time, the Fury. The fuselage required minimal changes to install a closed cockpit...

Country : Great Britain
Type : Fighter
Year : 1937
Hurricane Mk.IIB

The Hawker Hurricane was a WWII-era British single-seat fighter designed by Hawker Aircraft Ltd in 1934. A total of 14,000 Hurricanes were manufactured during the war. Different variants acted as interceptors...

Country : Great Britain
Type : Fighter
Year : 1940
Lancaster Mk.III

A heavy quad-engine all-metal monoplane bomber based on the twin-engine Avro Model 679 Manchester bomber. The first Lancaster prototype flew on January 9, 1941, and the first production model was commissioned on October 31, 1941.


 

Country : Great Britain
Type : Heavy Bomber
Year : 1942
Meteor F.3

The aircraft's development started in August 1940 and was based on previous design work. The first prototype fighter flew on March 5, 1943. At the beginning of 1944, the aircraft was launched into full-scale production under the designation of Gloster Meteor F.Mk.I (Type G.41A).

Country : Great Britain
Type : Fighter
Year : 1944
Meteor F.4 LW

The main difference between the F.Mk.3 and the F.Mk.4 was its engines. This version had Rolls-Royce Derwent Mk.5 turbojet engines, producing 1,590 kg of thrust (more than twice as much as the Derwent Mk.1)

Country : Great Britain
Type : Fighter
Year : 1945
Meteor F.4 SW

The year of 1946 saw the start of the full-scale production of the F.Mk.4, a variant intended to replace the F.Mk.3. The prototype F.Mk.4 model flew for the first time on May 17, 1945.

Country : Great Britain
Type : Fighter
Year : 1945
Meteor F.8

In the late 40s, second-generation jet fighters began to emerge. Significant upgrades were required to bring the Meteor closer to their level. The Gloster designers embarked on developing a new version, designated the Gloster Meteor F.Mk.8 (Type G.41K), at the end of 1947.

Country : Great Britain
Type : Fighter
Year : 1948
Mosquito FB Mk.VI

A twin-engine monoplane fighter-bomber of wooden construction, originally conceived of as a multi-purpose high-speed scout-bomber. The DH.98 completed its first flight on November 25, 1940. Mass production began in October of 1941...

Country : Great Britain
Type : Ground Attack, Bomber, Heavy Fighter
Year : 1943
Sea Meteor F.3

The Gloster Meteor F.Mk.III fighter that appeared in August 1944 became the first full-scale production version of the plane. The F.Mk.III version was to have a pair of Rolls-Royce Derwent Mk.I turbojet engines producing 910 kg of thrust.

Country : Great Britain
Type : Fighter
Year : 1944
Spitfire Mk XVI

The Supermarine Spitfire was a British fighter of the WWII era. It was a single-engine, all-metal, low-wing monoplane with retractable landing gear. Various modifications served as fighters, interceptors, high-altitude fighters...


 

Country : Great Britain
Type : Fighter
Year : 1942
Spitfire Mk.I

An all-metal construction, single-engine, single-seater monoplane fighter. The Spitfire (Prototype K5054) made its first flight on March 6, 1936, and mass production began in May of 1938. In August of the same year....


 

Country : Great Britain
Type : Fighter
Year : 1940
Spitfire Mk.II

The Supermarine Spitfire was a British fighter of the WWII era. It was a single-engine, all-metal, low-wing monoplane with retractable landing gear. Various modifications served as fighters, interceptors, high-altitude fighters interceptors...

Country : Great Britain
Type : Fighter
Year : 1940
Spitfire Mk.IX

The Supermarine Spitfire was a British fighter of the WWII era. It was a single-engine, all-metal, low-wing monoplane with retractable landing gear. While the Mk VI variant was being designed...

Country : Great Britain
Type : Fighter
Year : 1942
Spitfire Mk.VB

A single-seater, single-engined all-metal monoplane fighter. A later member of the Spitfire family, the Spitfire Mk.V (Type 349) variant had a redesigned airframe and a more powerful V-12 engine, the Rolls-Royce Merlin 45....

Country : Great Britain
Type : Fighter
Year : 1941
Spitfire Mk.VC

A single-seater, single-engined all-metal monoplane fighter, this variant was a Spitfire Mk.V with a new type C “universal” wing and new armament. The Mk.VC could be fitted with four cannons...

Country : Great Britain
Type : Fighter
Year : 1942
Swordfish Mk.I

 A single-engine biplane torpedo bomber of mixed construction. The TSR II was first flown on April 17, 1934, and mass production began in June of 1936, and in July the plane entered the service of the FAA. The Swordfish Mk.I was fitted with an in-line air-cooled...


 

Country : Great Britain
Type : Torpedo Bomber
Year : 1936
Tempest Mk.V

The Tempest was conceived of as a high-speed Typhoon, a fighter-bomber created by the Hawker company in 1941. The Typhoon had many deficiencies, such a heavy engine with insufficient structural strength, relatively low speed...

Country : Great Britain
Type : Fighter
Year : 1944
Typhoon Mk.IA

Even before the new Hurricane fighter was launched into full-scale production, the engineers of Hawker Aircraft Ltd.'s design office, headed by Sir Sydney Camm, embarked on the development of а next-generation interceptor fighter for the RAF.

Country : Great Britain
Type : Fighter
Year : 1940
Typhoon Mk.IB

Aircraft of the version that followed the Mk.IA, the Typhoon Mk.IB, had armament that consisted of four 20 mm British Hispano Mk.I magazine-fed cannons, with 75 rounds each.

Country : Great Britain
Type : Fighter
Year : 1940
Typhoon Mk.IB late

Typhoon fighters of the first production series were equipped with a canopy with massive framing and a Rover-produced car-type side door for cockpit access.

Country : Great Britain
Type : Fighter
Year : 1943
Wellington Mk.Ic

In May 1940, the Vickers Wellington bomber was included in the list of aircraft declared a high priority by the United Kingdom's Ministry of Aircraft Production.

Country : Great Britain
Type : Bomber
Year : 1940
Wellington Mk.Ic Late

Full-scale production of the Mk.IC (Type 415) model started in April 1940. This version said the final goodbye to the retractable ventral turret, favoring guns placed on the aircraft's sides instead. In place of the Frazer-Nash FN-25 turret, the plane featured two side blisters consisting of 7.7 mm Vickers Class K machine guns with 483 rounds each (7 flat pan magazines, standard capacity).

Country : Great Britain
Type : Bomber
Year : 1940
Wellington Mk.III

A prototype Wellington bomber with up-to-date Bristol Hercules engines which made its first flight in May 1939. This model was launched for full-scale production at the beginning of 1941 under the designation of Wellington Mk.III (Type 417).

Country : Great Britain
Type : Bomber
Year : 1941
Wellington Mk.X

The Wellington Mk.X became the last production model of this particular bomber. Its design was based on the Mk.III's airframe, and it featured similar armament and equipment.

Country : Great Britain
Type : Bomber
Year : 1942
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