Air Pictorial 1957-02
B.Robertson - U.S. Aircraft in the British Services 1914-1955 (6)
A Curtiss Kittyhawk II, FL220
A Kittyhawk IV, FX594. Comparison of the two types reveals the longer fuselage and modified cockpit of the Mk. IV;
North American Mustang Mk. II with experimental long-range tanks which have the appearance of exaggerated undercarriage fairings
One of the three experimental lightweight XP-51F Mustangs was tested in Britain as FR409;
The first batch of lease-lend North American Harvards totalled 1,600, and was numbered from EX100 to EZ799. The first lease-lend Harvard, EX100, is illustrated here.
Пикирующий бомбардировщик Консолидейтед "Венженс" IV
The Consolidated Vultee Vengeance was used operationally only in the Burma campaigns, and this photograph depicts a Vengeance IV Dive Bomber (Wright R-2600-13 engine) taking off from a forward airstrip on the Burma front during December 1944. A number of these machines were adapted for target-towing and designated T.T.Mk.IV.
A Canadian built Cornell II in Southern Rhodesia.