A Battle of Britain type 'scramble'. An improved Spitfire is pushed onto the runway by a group of pilots from the squadron.
September 15, 2015 License
Pilot Guy Bourke from Melbourne takes Temora Aviation Museum's latest acquisition - a Spitfire Mark XVI - through its paces. The WWII fighter plane served in the latter months of the war tracking down V1 rocket sites. The photos were...More
A Supermarine Spitfire IIa P7350 (foreround), and a Hawker Hurricane IIc LF363 with markings as they appeared in Guy Hamilton's film 'Battle Of Britain', 1969. Built in 1940, the Spitfire took part in the Battle of Britain, serving...More
March 05, 2016 License
A Supermarine Spitfire Mk.Vb, RF-D, flown by pilot Jan Zumbach (1915 - 1986) of the 303 Kosciuszko Polish Fighter Squadron of the Royal Air Force (RAF), World War II, circa 1943. The aircraft bears Zumbach's distinctive Donald Duck...More
January 01, 2013 License
A squadron of Spitfire fighterplanes taking off.
Winston Churchill During The Second World War In The United Kingdom, The Prime Minister Winston Churchill observes a female riveter working on a Supermarine Spitfire at the Castle Bromwich factory in Birmingham, England, on 28...More
Aircraft Of The Royal Air Force, 1939-1945: Supermarine Spitfire, Spitfire Mark VB, R6923 QJ-S, of No 92 Squadron RAF based at Biggin Hill, Kent, banking towards the photographing aircraft. R6923 was originally a Mark I, converted to...More
August 18, 2015 License
The pilots of a World War II British fighter squadron crowded around a spitfire with their canine mascot. This squadron have destroyed 73 enemy planes, and damaged 38 others.
July 11, 2008 License
Workmen employed in the construction of a spitfire fuselage in the 'stocks' at a Midlands aircraft factory.
Two pilots observing a British Spitfire fighter jet formation flying over a 12th Allied Air Force base. France, October 1944
April 28, 2015 License