Air International 1982-05
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Fighter A to Z
A standard Hurricane I day fighter
A Hurricane IIC serving as an interim night fighter.
The general arrangement drawing below depicts the Hurricane IIC which entered RAF service during the course of 1941.
A Sea Hurricane IB picking up the arrester wires.
The Demon was the first two-seat fighter to be introduced by the RAF since WWI and was essentially a derivative of the Hart light bomber.
Developed to meet a requirement for a four-gun day and night fighter, the P.V.3 was overtaken by the Hurricane, only a single prototype being built.