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 Hawk-Hurri-12
No.85 Sqn RAF
 
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Haw-Hurri-1
K5083 Hawker Hurricane I of the Royal Air Force
 
Haw-Hurri-2
K5083 Hawker Hurricane I of the Royal Air Force
 
Haw-Hurri-3
K5083 Hawker Hurricane I of the Royal Air Force
 
Haw-Hurri-4
Hawker Hurricane IIA of the Royal Air Force
 
Haw-Hurri-5
Hawker Hurricane IIA of the Royal Air Force
 
Haw-Hurri-6
Hawker Hurricane IIA of the Royal Air Force
 
Haw-Hurri-7
Hawker Hurricane IIA of the Royal Air Force
 
Haw-Hurri-8
Hawker Hurricane IIA of the Royal Air Force.
 
Hurri-sketch
 
Hurri-ld-01
 
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Haw-Hurri-9
Gloster-built Hurricane I 1942 Empire CFS Hullavington
 
Hawk-Hurri-04
Hurricanes of No.242 Sqn RAF

 

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 Hawk-Hurri-07
303 Squadron in October 1940
 
 Hawk-Hurri-08
310 (Czechoslovak) Squadron at Duxford in September 1940

 

 Hawk-Hurri-09
 
 Hawk-Hurri-10
RAF 85 Sqn, June 1940

 

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 Hawk-Hurri-15
No.87 Sqn at Vassincourt.
 
 Hawk-Hurri-16
No.615 Sqn Hurricane

 

 Hawk-Hurri-17
Sea Hurricane IIB & two Seafire IIC
 
 Hawk-Hurri-18
Hurricane Is, 501 Sqn, Gravesend 15 August 1940
 
 Hawk-Hurri-19
Hurricane I, No.303 Kościuszko (Polish) Sqn
 
 Hawk-Hurri-20
 
 Hawk-Hurri-21
Hurricane IIA and Hurricane IIC of 87 Sqn
 
 Hawk-Hurri-22
No.71 Eagle Sqn Hurricanes
 
 Hawk-Hurri-23
A tropical Mk. IV in Middle East scheme of dark earth and middle stone. Note rocket mounting under starboard wing and long range tank under other side. Normally two sets of rocket rails or two tanks were carried.
 
 Hawk-Hurri-24
Night fighting IIC of 3 Sqdn. (QO code letters in dull red). Official term for all-black non-reflecting finish was RDM2.

 

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