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AA39204A.jpg (243222 bytes) Supermarine Spitfire Mk II

RAF No.610 Sqn

S. J. Arnfield

RAF Biggin Hill England

Battle of Britain August 1940

Aviation Archive Collector Series AA39204A

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AA39204B.jpg (240174 bytes) Supermarine Spitfire Mk II

RAF No.610 Sqn

Constantine Pegge

RAF Biggin Hill England

Battle of Britain August 1940

Aviation Archive Collector Series AA39204B

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Boulton Paul Defiant Mk II

Royal Air Force No.151 Sqn

RAF Wittering England

January 1941 Nightfighter

 

Aviation Archive Collector Series AA39302

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AA38704a.jpg (83391 bytes) Supermarine Spitfire Mk XIX

RAF No.541 Sqn,

"The Last"

RAF Benson, England

Last RAF Spitfire Sortie

April 1954

 

AA38704

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AA39202a.jpg (149226 bytes) Supermarine Spitfire Mk I

RAF No.19 Sqn, Henry Cozens

RAF Duxford England

August 1938

AA39202

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Blenheim MkIF - K7159

54 OTU RAF

Summer 1941

AA38403

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Bristol Blenheim K7159 was originally built in 1936 as one of the first MkI bombers to come off the production line.  It was then converted to fighter standard in late 1938 and equipped with AI (Airborne Interception) night fighting radar during the latter part of 1939.

Although the Blenheim was soon surpassed in the night-fighting role by more capable machines, its initial use proved the concept of using radar wave technology as an effective method of finding enemy aircraft attacking by night.  This example is shown in the scheme and markings worn while serving with No. 54 OTU (Operational Training Unit) at Church Fenton, Yorkshire in 1941 after its withdrawal from front-line RAF service.

Features include additional photo-etched aerials and rotating turret gun.

 

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Panavia Tornado GR.4

ZA447 No. 31 Sqn RA

F Marham Norfolk 2006

AA33611

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Israeli Air Force

Suez Campaign 1956

2-Plane Set

DeHavilland Mosquito and P-51D Mustang

AA99151 $79.98

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One Left

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Republic P-47D Thunderbolt

USAAF 5th FW Harriet

D-Day June 6th 1944

HC32217 $29.98

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Supermarine Spitfire Mk VIII

RAF No.92 Sqn, Eddie Edwards

Marcianise Italy 1944

AA31924 $36.98

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Supermarine Spitfire Mk V

RAF No.111 Sqn

Peter Durnford

RAF Debden England

AA31908 $36.98

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AA30014_corgi_dc3_airplane.jpg (174845 bytes) Douglas DC-3

G-AMRA Air Atlantique

Coventry Warwickshire

2005

AA30014 $25.98

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Columbine

United States Air Force

AA30402 $44.98

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One of three USAF Constellations used by President Eisenhower for personal transport between 1954 & 1961.

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RAF

WF448 115 Sqd

AA48902

1/144 Scale

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Boeing B-29 Superfortress, known as the Washington B Mk1 in RAF service in the markings of WF448 KD-F of 115 Squadron.

Boeing B-29 production totaled 3,970 across four plants in the US. The Renton plant produced only the B-29A variant and continued until May 1946 when production had totaled 1,122. Eighty-seven (or 88 as some records say) were taken from storage there in Feb 1950 and flown to England where they were designated  Washington B.I.'s by the RAF. These were received on loan for a period of 5 years.

1/144 Scale

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AA35816main.jpg (103729 bytes) Canadair Sabre MkVI - Luftwaffe - JA-111, Hartmann JG71, 1 Staffel, 'Richthofen', Wittmundhafen, 1963 AA35816

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Westland Lysander MkIIIa - restored as V9673, RAF 161 Sqn, Hugh Verity, IWM Duxford, Cambs - Survivors $44.97

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RAF Kinloss Wing

Finningley

Scotland 2009

AA35604 59.77

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The Hawker Sidley Nimrod is a maritime patrol aircraft developed in the United Kingdom.  It is an extensive modification of the de Havilland Comet, the world's first jet airliner.  A major modification was the fit of a large weapon bay under the fuselage from which it can drop mines, torpedoes, bombs and other stores.  Sonobuoys for tracking submarines are dropped from special launchers in the rear of the fuselage.  The Nimrod is also capable of carrying American-made Harpoon anti-ship missiles, and Sidewinder air-to-air missiles for self-defence. The Nimrod has been the Royal Air Force's primary Maritime Patrol Aircraft (MPA) since the early 1970s.  The RAF uses two Nimrod variants:  the MR.2 in the Maritime and Reconnaissance role and the R1 in a reconnaissance and electronic intelligence gathering capacity. The MR.2 is due to be replaced by the upgraded MRA.4 in the near future, but meanwhile the current fleet of MR.2s are being repainted in the RAF's latest overall light grey colour as depicted by the model.

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USN VA-46 Clansman

AA416 John McCain

USS Forrestal Gulf of Tonkin 1967

US37404 $54.77

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This aircraft was one of 21 jets destroyed during a huge fire that engulfed the flight deck of the USS Forrestal on the morning of 29 July 1967 as the carrier prepared to launch its second strike of the day against targets in North Vietnam. The vessel, with Carrier Air Wing 17 embarked, had only been in the theater on Yankee Station for 48 hours when disaster struck. A Zuni unguided rocket was accidentally fired from an F-4J Phantom II, hitting an A-4 (possibly this aircraft) parked in front of it. Strapped into the cockpit of 'AA416' was Lt. Cdr. John S. McCain, who quickly abandoned his jet and ran for cover. Of the 21 jets destroyed in the ensueing conflageration, 11 of them were A-4Es. By the time the blaze aboard the Forrestal had been brought under control some 12 hours after it had started, 134 sailors were dead and $72 Million worth of damage had been inflicted on the US Navy's first Super Carrier.

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P-51B-15 Mustang

1st Lt Ray Wetmore

370th FS 359th FG

East Wretham Norfolk 1944

US37108 $41.77

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P-51 Mustang $41.77

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Supermarine

Spitfire Mk XIV

RAF No.91 Sqn

"Brunhilde"

RAF West Malling

England, 1944

AA38701 $39.77

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Spitfire PR XIX PM631

Battle of Britain

Memorial Flight

Based at RAF Coningsby

AA38702 $39.77

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Curtiss P-40E Warhawk

USAAF 49th FG 9th FS

"Texas Longhorn"

John Landers

Port Moresby

New Guinea

December 1942

US35213 $39.77

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Hawker Hurricane

1B W9220 880 NAS

Sub Lt RJ Cork Arbroath & St Merryn

1941

AA32017 $39.95

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North American

P-51D Mustang

USAAF 4th FG

336th FS

James Goodson

RAF Debden England

June 1944

US32228 $39.77

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The National World War II Museum, formerly the D-Day Museum, is designated by Congress as “America’s National World War II Museum.” It interprets the American experience during the World War II years and celebrates the American spirit, the teamwork, optimism, courage and sacrifice of the men and women who won World War II and promotes the exploration and expression of these values by future generations. These releases honor the pilots of D-Day and the continuing efforts of the museum. Having seen action with the RAF’s No. 133 Sqn. (which later became the 336th FS) prior to the establishment of the 4th FG in September 1942, Goodson was one of the most experienced and highest-scoring American pilots in the ETO on the morning of D-Day. He had claimed 15 strafing kills and 14 aerial victories by the time he fell to flak in this very Mustang while strafing the German airfield at Neubrandenberg on June 20, 1944. CO of the 336th FS at the time of his demise, Goodson spent the rest of the war as a POW.

34804m.jpg (149602 bytes) Bristol Blenheim Mk1m

211 Sqn RAF

Paramythia Greece 1940

AA38404 $77.98

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In April 1938, 211 Sqn embarked for the Middle East.  It undertook its first operations in June 1940 against Italian targets in Libya and continued until November 1940 when the squadron was sent to assist the Greeks following the Italian invasion of that country. The CO was Sqn Ldr J. Gordon-Finlayson ('The Bish') flying Blenheim L8511.  This aircraft was badly damaged in action and made a forced landing.  The crew were reported missing, but were in fact marooned on an island.  Days later after and eventful journey they returned.  For this action, 'The Bish' was awarded the DFC. Very soon after he was back in the air in L6670, a replacement aircraft transferred from 84 Sqn.  Shortly afterwards, on 2nd December, he flew L6670 to attack Valona harbour and returned safely despite damage to the aircraft caused by defending enemy fighters.  He continued to fly throughout the winter in what were extremely difficult weather conditions, over mountainous terrain.  In March 1941 'The Bish' was awarded the DSO and promoted to Wing Commander.

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FW190 A5

Major Josef Priller

GK JG26 Lille

France 1943

AA34312 $38.48

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Josef “Pips” Priller joined the Luftwaffe in 1935 and on October 1, 1939, was appointed Staffelkapitän of 6./JG 51. He gained his first victories on May 28, 1940 over Dunkirk in aerial combat with RAF fighters. On October 17, Oberleutnant Priller claimed his 20th victory and claimed at least fourteen victories in the Battle of Britain. On November 20, 1940, Priller was transferred as Staffelkapitän to 1./JG 26 and claimed several victories between June 16 and July 11, 1941, shooting down 19 RAF aircraft, including 17 Spitfire fighters, to bring his victory total to 39. Hauptmann Priller became Gruppenkommandeur of III./JG 26 on December 6, 1941. He recorded his 60th victory on March 27, 1942 and his 70th victory on May 5.

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Hawker Typhoon MkI 

RAF No.247 Sqn

 RAF Hurn England

June 1944

AA36506 $38.48

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P-40E Warhawk

Royal Air Force

"Sneak Attack"

AA35215 $38.48

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Ju-87B-2 5ST-G2

'Immelmann' - Lannion

France Summer 1940

AA32514 $38.48

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Hawker Sea Hurricane

Z7015 (G-BKTH)
No. 880 Sqn Fleet

 Air Arm
HMS Indomitable, 

May 1942.
Preserved and operated by the Shuttleworth Collection.

AA32016 $38.98

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World  War II  Fighters    
F6F Hellcat      
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Hellcat - Ultimate Squadron

FAA Squadron

Mk1 E-W (JV146)

800 Sqn FAA, HMS Emperor, 1944

PR99414 $33.98

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Grumman F6F-3 Hellcat

White 17 VF-27

USS Princeton

June 1944

The Great Marianas Turkey Shoot

PR99408 $37.88

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P-47D Thunderbolt      
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P-47D Thunderbolt

Major Herschel Herky Green

USAAF 325th Fighter Group

Lesina Italy 1944

 

AA33824

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P-47D Thunderbolt

USAAF 49th FG

9th FS

Gerald Johnson

Gusap

New Guinea January 1944

AA33822  

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P-47D-25 Thunderbolt

42-26455 of 1Lt Kenneth Chetwood

350th FS/353rd FG, Raydon, Suffolk, June 1944

D-Day Museum

US33821 $39.98

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The National World War II Museum, formerly the D-Day Museum, is designated by Congress as “America’s National World War II Museum.” It interprets the American experience during the World War II years and celebrates the American spirit, the teamwork, optimism, courage and sacrifice of the men and women who won World War II and promotes the exploration and expression of these values by future generations. These releases honor the pilots of D-Day and the continuing efforts of the museum. One of the first “bubbletop” P-47Ds received by the 353rd FG, this aircraft was delivered to the group’s Raydon base on the eve of D-Day. It was assigned to 1st Lt. Kenneth Chetwood, who was universally known as “Choo Choo” to his squadronmates because of his penchant for shooting German trains. This was the last of five P-47s assigned to Chetwood. The fighter remained with the 350th FS until its conversion to Mustangs in October 1944. It was salvaged the following month

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P-47D Thunderbolt

 USAAF 4th FG,

 336th FS, "Donnie Boy",

 Don Gentile, RAF

 Debden, England, 1944

US33820

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P-47D Thunderbolt

Duane Beeson

Debden 1944

US33819

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P-47 Thunderbolt D-5-RE 42-8487 

Capt Walker "Bud" Mahurin,

63rd FS/56th FG,

Halesworth, Suffolk 1944

US33815

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P-47D Thunderbolt

Daring Dottie III

 Pilot: Major John Moore

341st FS 348th FG

 WWII

AA33812

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Republic P-47 D Thunderbolt

 "Miss Mary Lou", 19th FS, 218th FG,

USAAF, Saipan, 1944

AA33803

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