RAF Hawker Typhoon of 198 Squadron, Normandy, July 1944.
RAF Spitfire IXc of Denys Boudard 340 Sqn FAF in D-Day markings, June 1944.
North American P-51B Mustang 'Old Crow' of the 363rd Fighter Squadron, 357th Fighter Group - the 'Yoxford Boys'. Old Crow was the personal mount of legendary USAAF Ace Colonel Clarence E. 'Bud' Anderson.
Messerschmitt Me109G-6 of JG54, the 'Green Hearts'.
RAF Hawker Typhoon Mk Ib of 181 Squadron.
The FW190 A8 'Red 1' JG54 of Oberleutnant Hans Dortenmann at Velizy-Villacoublay air base just south of Paris in June 1944.
In 1941 the Gloster E.28/39 was the first British jet powered aircraft to fly. It was developed to test the viability of using Frank Whittle's innovative turbojet design in a combat aircraft. It was hugely successful and led directly to the development of the Gloster Meteor which, in 1944, became the first combat capable jet aircraft to enter service with the RAF.
all drawings image 7 x 4 inches, 10 x 8 inches overall including mount.
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