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Ground crew servicing Supermarine Spitfire Mark VB, ER676 'HT-E', of No. 154 Squadron RAF in its dispersal at Souk el Khemis ('Victoria'), Tunisia. The aircraft failed to return from a mission escorting American B-25s to Tunis the following day.

Ground crew servicing Supermarine Spitfire Mark VB, ER676 'HT-E', of No. 154 Squadron RAF in its dispersal at Souk el Khemis ('Victoria'), Tunisia. The aircraft failed to return from a mission escorting American B-25s to Tunis the following day.

Fitters and armorers hurriedly service a Supermarine Spitfire Mark IX of No. 244 Wing RAF at Lentini West, Sicily, as captioned by the Imperial War Museum, photographed by RAF Flying Officer L. H. Abbott. It may be a new arrival in theater between June and September 1943.

pavelnkhv: “ “Fitters and armourers hurriedly service a Supermarine Spitfire Mark IX of No. 244 Wing RAF at Lentini West, Sicily.” (IWM caption) We think this could be a new arrival for 145 Squadron between July 13 and some time in September.

Spitfire refuels in Wunstorf Germany

Spitfire refuels in Wunstorf Germany

A Spitfire of 54 Squadron at Hornchurch, 1941

A Spitfire Mk II, late summer with ground crew. a Fitter, a Rigger and two Armourers.

303 squadron

Polish Fighter Squadron Airmen watching the remains of 303 German aircraft shot down 'Ju On the right you see the plane 'Spitfire' belonging to the pilot Jan Zumbach.

Three Spitfires flying in formation over Essex, 1939-1945

The beautiful Spitfire - in COLOUR!!!

RAF Spitfire Tunisia

Supermarine Spitfire Mk V and pilots of No. 40 Squadron, South African Air Force, at Gabes in Tunisia, April The Supermarine Spitfire.

Spitfire in England, 1940

Preparing for battle: As ground crewmen inspect a Supermarine Spitfire fighter plane in a deserted field outside of London in 1941 pilots di.

F/L Sidney Bregman from Toronto and his 441 Squadron RCAF Spitfire IX, 9G-Q MJ627 at B70 Airfield, Belgium, September 1944. (He died on February 9 2014)

F/L Sidney Bregman from Toronto and his 441 Squadron RCAF Spitfire IX, at Airfield, Belgium, September (He died on February 9

Glorious Color Pictures of the Classic British Spitfire! A crashed RCAF Spitfire being dismembered for parts, Tunisia, Source © IWM (TR

The RAF Supermarine Spitfire has got to be one of the most classic planes of WW2. Examples can be seen as static exhibits in…
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