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THE R.A.F. "LINK" TRAINER, IN USE-- SAVING TIME BY ENABLING BLIND-FLYING INSTRUCTION TO BE GIVEN ON THE GROUND. The Link trainer illustrated on these pages is an American invention adopted by the Air Ministry as a standard method of instruction, which faithfully repro duces condi
22 November 1939 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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THE HERALDRY OF THE AIR THE RECOGNITION MARKINGS ADOPTED BY THE COUNTRIES OF EUROPE AND OF THE BRITISH EMPIRE INCLUDING THE BRITISH AND FRENCH "BULL'S-EYES," AND THE GERMAN IRON CROSS-- WITH A DIAGRAM SHOWING THE POSITION OF THE MARKS ON A MACHINE. j
22 November 1939 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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A WILHELMSHAVEN RAIDER: THE BRISTOL "BLENHEIM," SO FAST THAT IT CAN SERVE AS A TWIN-ENGINED FIGHTER AS WELL AS A BOMBER. Photo f>rrss The Bristol Blenheim was probably the fastest bomber in service in the world when war broke out. It has two Bristol Mercury motors, with a speed a
22 November 1939 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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SUPERMARINE "SPITFIRES": A FORMIDABLE TYPE OF FIGHTER NOW ESCORTING RECONNAISSANCE AIRCRAFT OVER THE GERMAN LINES. Charles E. Brown.) The Royal Air Force has two standard fighters which are justly claimed to be among the most formidable of their type and should prove of immense v
22 November 1939 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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THE FAIREY BATTLE DAY BOMBER THE FASTEST SINGLE-ENGINED BOMBER IN THE R.A.F. AND USED FOR RECONNAISSANCE DUTIES. (Charles E. Brown.) i The Fairey "Battle" two-seat day bomber (Rolls-Royce "Merlin II engine) is the fastest of the three more modern types of single-engined bombers n
22 November 1939 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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THE HANDLEY PAGE HAMPDEN A FORMIDABLE NIGHT-BOMBER WITH A VERY HIGH SPEED CHARACTERISED BY THE HIGH NARROW SHAPE OF THE FRONT PART OF THE FUSELAGE, WHICH APPEARS PLAINLY IN THE PHOTOGRAPH. (L.N. A.) The Handley Page Hampden is familiarly known as the flying suit-case on account o
22 November 1939 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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A HEAVY BOMBER ISSUED TO THE ROYAL AIR FORCE IN LARGE NUMBERS IN 1937 THE HANDLEY PAGE HARROW WHICH, POWERED WITH PEGASUS XX." ENGINES, HAS A MAXIMUM SPEED OF 200 M.P.H. AND A RANGE, WITH NORMAL BOMB-LOAD, OF 1250 MILES. Charles E. Brown.) The Handley Page 41 Harrow twin-engined
22 November 1939 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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THE ARMSTRONG- WHITWORTH "WHITLEY," A HEAVY, TWIN-ENGINED NIGHT BOMBER, CARRYING A NORMAL CREW OF FIVE. (Chatles E. Brown.) i nougn nine nas oeen heard of this type of bomber so far, it is one of a group of heavy bomber designs-- including the Hampden and the Wellington," illustr
22 November 1939 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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Tur TAPr.FST ROMRFR IN SERVICE IN THE ROYAL AIR FORCE: THE VICKERS-ARMSTRONG 11 WELLINGTON," USED ON THE WILHELMSHAVEN RAIDS. (L.N. A.) The Vickers-Armstrong Wellington bomber, the largest bomber in the R.A.F., and probably with a longer range 3240 miles with full load-- than any
22 November 1939 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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A FAST BRITISH FIGHTER 'PLANE WHICH BROUGHT DOWN HEINKELS IN THE GERMAN ATTACK ON A BRITISH CONVOY THE Hi WKER "HURRICANE"; AND (RIGHT) A RECONNAISSANCE 'PLANE IN GENERAL USE WITH THE B.E.F.-- THE WESTLAND LYSANDER." (Photographs by Charles E. Brown.) On the left of this double-p
22 November 1939 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England