Fairey Battle I (B282) of the 33 Mira Vomvardismou (Bomber Squadron) of the Royal Hellenic Air Force, October 1940.
Fairey Battle I (T63) of the 5 escadrille, Groupe III, 3 Regiment of the Belgian Aeronautique Militaire at Evere-Bruxelles, May 1940 (note different exhaust stubs, lenghtened radiator bath and shallower aft canopy decking).
Fairey Battle I (953) of the No 15 Sqdn, South African Air Force, Algato, East Africa, July 1941.
Fairey Battle I (K7639) of No 106 Sqdn, RAF, Abingdon, Oxon, August 1938.
Fairey Battle T (1696) of No 8 Service Flying Training School, Moncton, Canada, mid-1943.
Fairey Battle T (R7365), RAF, September 1941.
Fairey Battle T (1966) of No 3 Bombing and Gunnery School, MacDonald, Canada, 1943 (note original camouflage showing through yellow finish beneath the turret.
A Battle in service with the South African Air Force.
Relegated from active service early in World War II, the Battle was used for a variety of other tasks, including training.
Relegated from active service early in World War II, the Battle was used for a variety of other tasks, including target towing.
The Northrop A-17A, named Nomad by the RAF, saw no operational service during its limited period in Britain, and virtually all the 61 taken on strength were shipped to South Africa in 1941.
The R.A.F. received sixty-one Northrop Nomad attack-bombers, sixty of which were later sent to South Africa.