Jane's All the World Aircraft 1938
The progress of the world in military aviation during the year 1937-38
Bristol "Blenheim" Bombers (Bristol "Mercury") of No. 139 (Bomber) Squadron at Wyton, Hunts.
Signor Mussolini, with Marshal Balbo, Governor of Lybia, inspecting a Single-seater Squadron near Tripoli.
The third Fokker T V seen immediately prior to WWII being escorted by two Fokker D XXI fighters of the Army Air Force of the Netherlands.
A Fokker DXXI (Fighter) of the Danish Army Air Force.
Hawker "Hurricanes" (Rolls-Royce "Merlin") of No. 111 (Fighter) Squadron.
Hawker "Hurricanes" (Rolls-Royce "Merlin") of No. 111 (Fighter) Squadron, R.A.F., at Northolt.
Potez 54 and Potez 39 monoplanes assembled at Le Bourget for Air Exercises. In the foreground, the pilots are receiving instructions.
A Bomber Formation of Savoia-Marchettis of the Italian Air Force.
A formation consisting of two Navy Type-95 Seaplanes and one Navy Type-96 Fighter.
Henschel Hs.123 Dive-Bombers of the German Air Force.
Two Squadrons of Fairey "Battle" Light Bombers (Rolls-Royce "Merlin") lined up at one of the new R.A.F. aerodromes. The pilots are in the foreground and other members of the crews in front of their machines.
A formation of Fairey "Battle" Bombers (Rolls-Royce "Merlin") of the Belgian Military Air Force.
A formation of Fairey "Battles" (Rolls-Royce "Merlin") flying over fog in Berkshire.
Royal Air Force Units at Kohat, India. The machines on the left are Hawker "Harts" and those on the right are Westland "Wapitis."
The Southern Rhodesia Air Unit at Salisbury. The machines are Hawker "Harts" (Rolls-Royce "Kestrel"). The top picture shows the N.C.O's. and ground staff after a "round-up" of stock, and, below, the first machine being moved from the temporary stores to the new aerodrome.
A Hawker "Hart" Float-plane of the Estonian Air Defence Force.
Swedish-built Hawker "Harts" of the Royal Swedish Air Force.
Hawker "Hart" Light Bombers of the Swedish Air Force.
A Formation of Amiot 140 Monoplanes of the French Air Force.
A Parade of Amiot 143M (two Gnome-Rhones) Medium Bombers at Villacoublay in July, 1938.
Fighter Biplanes and Crews of the Air Force of Czechoslovakia.
Two Fleet Training Seaplanes ("Gipsy" engines) of the Portuguese Naval Air Service flying near Avero.
A Hawker "Osprey" (Rolls-Royce "Kestrel" engines) and two Fleet Trainers (Kinner engine) of the Naval Air Service of Portugal.
Mureaux 113.R2 Monoplanes of the French Air Force.
Gloster "Gladiators" of the Air Force of Eire.
His Majesty King George of Greece receiving at the Military Aerodrome at Athens, on behalf of the Greek Army Air Service, two Gloster "Gladiators" (840 h.p. Bristol "Mercury"), which were presented to the Greek nation.
A Hawker "Fury" (Siddeley "Panther" engine) of the Air Force of Norway.
Иранские летчики у своих "Фьюри"
Hawker "Fury" Fighter Biplanes and Pilots of the Air Force of Iran.
Vickers "Wellesleys" (Bristol "Pegasus") in flight formation over their home aerodrome at Finningley. No 76 (B) Squadron was the first to be armed with this machine. "Wellesleys" are used by the Long Range Development Flight.
A Formation of Vickers "Wellesley" Bombers flying over the desert in Egypt.
A Flight of Junkers Ju.86K Bombers (Junkers "Jumo 205" Diesel engines) of the Deutsche Luftwaffe.
Junkers Ju.86K Bombers of the German Air Force.
A line of Junkers Ju.86K ("Mercury" engines) Bombers of the Swedish Air Force.
The Delivery of ten Junkers Bombers to the Air Force at Alverca. Two Avro Training Machines are seen in the foreground.
The third Fokker T V seen immediately prior to WWII being escorted by two Fokker D XXI fighters of the Army Air Force of the Netherlands.
Martin B.10 Bombers (two 800 h.p. Wright "Cyclone") over Mitchell Field, New York State.
A twin-engined Bomber.
Blackburn "Ripon" Floatplanes of the Finnish Air Force.
"Одэкс" египетской авиации с мотором "Пантер"
One of the Hawker "Audax" Biplanes (750 h.p. Armstrong Siddeley "Panther X" engine) recently supplied to the Egyptian Army Air Force, which, under the Anglo-Egyptian Treaty, shares with the R.A.F. the responsibility for the air defence of Egypt, the Sudan and the Canal Zone.
No. 1 Squadron, Royal 'Iraq Air Force. The machines are Hawker "Audaxes" (Bristol "Pegasus" engines).
Officers of the Iranian Air Force.
Hawker "Audax" Biplanes of the Iranian Air Force.
A Hawker "Hector" (Napier "Dagger") of No.4 (Army Co-operation) Squadron, R.A.F., flying over the Camp at Debden.
A Westland "Wapiti" of the Indian Air Force.
Royal Air Force Units at Kohat, India. The machines on the left are Hawker "Harts" and those on the right are Westland "Wapitis."
One of the Westland "Wapitis" of the Sa'udi Arabian Air Force and some of the personnel.
A Squadron of Anbo 41 Monoplanes of the Lithuanian Air Force.
A Fokker CV (Reconnaissance) of the Danish Army Air Force.
Fokker C.V. Observation Biplanes of the Finnish Air Force.
Fokker C.X Biplanes of the Air Force of the Netherlands.
Fokker CX Reconnaissance Biplanes of the Air Force of Netherlands Indies.
A Formation of Northrop A.17 Attack Monoplanes of the U.S. Army Air Corps.
A Squadron Vought "Corsair" of Day-bombers of the Mexican Military Aeronautical Service.
Potez 54 and Potez 39 monoplanes assembled at Le Bourget for Air Exercises. In the foreground, the pilots are receiving instructions.
One of the Blackburn "Shark" (Armstrong Siddeley "Tiger") of the Portuguese Naval Air Service, in the harbour of Bom Successo, the Naval Air Station of Lisbon.
Saro "London" Flying-boats of No. 204 (G.R.) Squadron, R.A.F., over Plymouth. This Squadron flew to Australia and back in 1938.
A Short "Sunderland" Flying-boat (four Bristol "Pegasus"). Two Squadrons of these machines will be stationed at Singapore.
Supermarine "Seagull V" Amphibians (Bristol "Pegasus") of the Royal Australian Air Force, Fleet Co-operation Squadron on Parade at the Richmond Air Station.
Squadron of Grumman reconaissance Seaplanes of the Argentine Naval Air Arm.
A formation consisting of two Navy Type-95 Seaplanes and one Navy Type-96 Fighter.
Avro "Ansons" (two "Siddeley "Cheetahs") of Nos. 220 and 206 (General Reconnaissance) Squadrons, R.A.F., at Bircham Newton.
A formation of Avro "Ansons" (350 h.p. Siddeley "Cheetahs") belonging to the Royal Australian Air Force, flyinh over Sydney, N.S.W.
No 21 (City of Melbourne) Squadron, Royal Australian Air Force, lined up at Laverton for inspection by His Excellency the Governor of the State of Victoria on his appointment as Honorary Air Commodore of the Squadron.
Avro "Ansons" of the Air Force of Eire.
Vickers "Vildebeests" of the Royal New Zealand Air Force in formation with Mount Ngauruhoe in the background.
Three D.H. "Dragon-Rapides" of the Chinese Ambulance Service at Kai Tak Aerodrome, Hong Kong.
A De Havilland "Dragon-Rapide" of the Lithuanian Air Force.
A Handley Page "Harrow" Long-Range Bomber (two Bristol "Pegasus").
Avro "Tutor" Training Machines of the Greek Air Force at Janina.
A Batch of De Havilland "Tiger-Moth" Trainers, belonging to the Swedish Army Air Service.
Training and Operational Aircraft of the Royal New Zealand Air Force at Rongotai, near Wellington. [ZK-AAO - DH.60G Moth, ZK-AFZ - DH.82A Tiger Moth]
Three De Havilland "Dragonflys" purchased by the Rumanian Government for crew-training.
A "Tuisku" Trainer (Armstrong Siddeley "Lynx") of the Finnish Air Force, lent to the Univercity Air Squadron while it is raising enough scrap-iron, which includes old-ships, to buy its own aeroplanes.
Focke-Wulf Trainers of the Swedish Air Force.
A Koolhoven F.K.51 of the Netherlands Indies Army Air Force.
Curtiss A.18 Attack Monoplanes of the U.S. Army Air Corps in formation.
Squadron of Stearman 76D.1 Training Biplanes of the Argentine Naval Air Arm.
Squadron of "Corsario" V-142's of the Argentine Naval Air Arm.
The Delivery of ten Junkers Bombers to the Air Force at Alverca. Two Avro Training Machines are seen in the foreground.
Canadian Vickers "Vancouver" Flying-boats at Vancouver Royal Canadian Air Force Station.
A Hawker "Dantorp" (Siddeley "Leopard") of the Danish Army Air Force.
The High-speed Section of the Regia Aeronautica at Lake Garda.
An Ambulance monoplane of the Japanese Army Air Force.
K.O.D-1 Training Aeroplanes of the Latvian Defence Corps.
A Hawker "Osprey" (Rolls-Royce "Kestrel" engines) and two Fleet Trainers (Kinner engine) of the Naval Air Service of Portugal.
Japanese Army Type 94 Reconnaissance Biplanes and Tanks at a propaganda revirew.
A Formation of Light Bombers of the Air Force of Czechoslovakia.
A Hawker "Nimrod" (Rolls-Royce "Kestrel") of the Danish Army Air Force.
Boeing B.17 Bombers flying over New York City.
Flying Fortresses (Boeing B.17) of the U.S. Army Air Corps at Landley Field.
Training and Operational Aircraft of the Royal New Zealand Air Force at Rongotai, near Wellington. [ZK-AAO - DH.60G Moth, ZK-AFZ - DH.82A Tiger Moth]