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#AA39602 - RAF Hawker Demon Fighter - K2905, C Flight, 41 Squadron, Northolt, Autumn 1934 (1:72 Scale)

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RAF Hawker Hart Light Bomber - No. 600 Squadron RAuxAF (City of London), January 1935
RAF Hawker Hart Light Bomber - No. 600 Squadron RAuxAF (City of London), January 1935 (1:72 Scale)
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The Hawker Hart was a British two-seater biplane light bomber of the Royal Air Force (RAF), which had a prominent role during the RAF's inter-war period. The Hart was designed during the 1920s by Sydney Camm and built by Hawker Aircraft.
RAF Hawker Demon Fighter - K2905, C Flight, 41 Squadron, Northolt, Autumn 1934
RAF Hawker Demon Fighter - K2905, C Flight, 41 Squadron, Northolt, Autumn 1934 (1:72 Scale)
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The Hawker Demon was a fighter variant of the Hart light bomber. It was developed as when the Hart entered service, it was virtually uninterceptable by the RAF's fighters, which was demonstrated in air defence exercises where they were sometimes instructed to restrict their height and speed in order to give the RAF's Siskins and Bulldogs a chance.
RAF Hawker Audax Mk I Light Bomber - No. 28 Squadron, RAF Kohal, India, 1941
RAF Hawker Audax Mk I Light Bomber - No. 28 Squadron, RAF Kohal, India, 1941 (1:72 Scale)
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The Hawker Audax was a Hart variant, designed for the army co-operation role, seeing much service in the British Empire. The first Audax flew in late 1931, and eventually, over 700 Audaxes were produced (including export).
RAF Hawker Hart Light Bomber - "G-BTVE" (K8203), Shuttleworth, 2013
RAF Hawker Hart Light Bomber - J9941, 54 Squadron, RAF Museum, Hendon (1:72 Scale)
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The Hawker Hart was a British two-seater biplane light bomber of the Royal Air Force (RAF), which had a prominent role during the RAF's inter-war period. The Hart was designed during the 1920s by Sydney Camm and built by Hawker Aircraft.
RAF Hawker Demon Light Bomber - "G-BTVE" (K8203), Shuttleworth, 2013
RAF Hawker Demon Light Bomber - "G-BTVE" (K8203), Shuttleworth, 2013 (1:72 Scale)
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The Hawker Demon was a fighter variant of the Hart light bomber. It was developed as when the Hart entered service, it was virtually un-interceptable by the RAF's fighters, which was demonstrated in air defence exercises where they were sometimes instructed to restrict their height and speed in order to give the RAF's Siskins and Bulldogs a chance.
RAF Hawker Fury Mk. I Fighter - "K5674," Historic Flight Collection
RAF Hawker Fury Mk. I Fighter - "K5674," Historic Flight Collection (1:72 Scale)
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The Hawker Fury was a British biplane fighter aircraft used by the Royal Air Force in the 1930s. It was originally named the Hornet and was the counterpart to the Hawker Hart light bomber.
   
 
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