Hawker Sea Fury - It was the last propeller-driven fighter to serve with the Royal Navy, and one of the fastest production single-seat reciprocating engined aircraft ever built. Developed during WWII, the Sea Fury entered service two years after the war ended.
Aviation Photo #1444532: Hawker Sea Fury FB11 - Untitled
Hawker Sea Fury FB11 in the static display at the 1996 Travis AFB Open House. - Photo taken at Fairfield - Travis AFB (SUU / KSUU) in California, USA on October 26, 1996.
Darren Crick Photography
An #RAAF Hawk 127 departs for a display at #Avalon #Airshow 04/03/17. RAAF - Aus_AirForce Avalon Airport #avgeek #aviation #photography #YourADF
Restoring the Last Surviving RAAF Consolidated B-24 Liberator – 2016 Update
In 2013 I wrote about the long-term project by the B-24 Liberator Memorial Restoration Fund (formed in 1989 and manned by a dedicated group of volunteers) in Werribee, Victoria to restore the last surviving Consolidated B-24 Liberator bomber operated by the Royal Australian Air Force (RAAF) in World War Two. This particular aircraft is a…