Comparative views of the Martlet I and Martlet II (photo): the engines were the most important difference, but the Martlet II also had folding wings.
One of the batch of Maryland bombers originally ordered on a French contract. Many of those which reached this country were used as naval target tugs.
A Kittyhawk I, developed from the Tomahawk. Many hundreds of Kittyhawks of this and later marks were supplied under Lend-Lease.
Lockheed Lightning I, AF 106, one of the few aircraft of this type which reached this country for evaluation flying.
Tomahawks were used for army co-operation in Europe and the Middle East. Photographed at Yeovil, this Mk. IIB, AX900, is possibly a foreign-contract machine taken over by Britain.
Comparative views of the Baltimore I (photo) and Baltimore III; the dorsal turret and tropical filter air intake were features of the latter.
Comparative views of the Baltimore I and Baltimore III (photo); the dorsal turret and tropical filter air intake were features of the latter.
One of several Mustang Xs produced by Rolls-Royce, with Merlin 61 or 65 engines. This example, AC963, has a dorsal fin.