chris murkin: 1AA_7191 Lockheed martin F-35A Lightning AF 13 5071 USAF
chris murkin: 2BA0032 RAF Supermarine Spitfire HFVIII D-FEUR G-BKMI MT928 Aircraft is in the Colour Scheme 145 RAF Sqdn Based in Northern Italy 1944 this Spit was with Royal Air Force with s/n MV154 1948 this spit was with Royal Australian Air Force with s/n A58-671
chris murkin: _2AA9717 RAF Supermarine Spitfire MkIa X4650 G-CGUK 54 Sqd KL-A RAF Supermarine Spitfire MkVc JG891 249 Sqn RAF based at Ta Qali airfield Malta in 1943 Representing JK879, the personal aircraft of Flt Sgt John G. Hughes RCAF serving with the RAF
chris murkin: BAC_5697 RAF supermarine Spitfire HR MkXIe PT462 G-CTIX Built in 1943 at Castle Bromwich Birmingham Solihull UK
chris murkin: 1AA_6399 T-34B-BH Mentor Beechcraft N53BR 53-3391 USAF aircraft seen here is now in these markings LL-53 US NAVY 533391 these are False USN markings
chris murkin: 1AA_8659 1942 Cessna UC-78C (T-50) Bobcat N88878 C/N 4121 Military Serial No 42-72125 USAAF 272125
chris murkin: 1AA_9005 North American P-51D Mustang 44-73656 as 44-14237 USAAF and USAF NL51VL Moonbeam McSwine
chris murkin: 1AA_8017 North American B-25 Mitchell Bomber 430734 N9079Z 44-30734 USAAF Aircraft is named Panchito
chris murkin: 1AA_7448 1981 Cessna 182R Skylane N9904H C/N 18268101 seaplane
chris murkin: 1AA_6729 North American P-51D Mustang NL151AM 473420 Built in 1944 at Inglewood California USA started life with the USAAF 44-73420 this P51 has also had Civil Reg N7722C
chris murkin: 1AA_6526 North American SNJ-6 Texan N3639F 148112 US Navy Dodson International Parts Texan was a WWII Trainer
chris murkin: BAC_2630 Boeing B-17G Flying Fortress Sally B 124484 Memphis Belle 124485 G-BEDF
chris murkin: BAD_1793
chris murkin: BAC_2762 RAF Westland Lysander V9312 G-CCOM In 1941 the Aircraft was based at RAF Lyneham The Lysander was used primarily to drop off and pick up secret agents
chris murkin: BAC_2913 Yakovlev Yak-9UM Registration: HB-RYA The Yak 9 was a Soviet Union fighter aircraft during World War II
chris murkin: BAC_2923 Yakovlev Yak-3UA registration: G-OLEG
chris murkin: BAD_8003 Douglas C-47A DC-3 In 1943 with USAAF 43-15553 in 1953 was with the (formerly known in The Royal Danish Air Force as K-683) OY-BPB
chris murkin: 2AA_1383 North American P-51D Mustang NL51HY 124-48192 USAF 45-11430 Vought F4U-4 Corsair 97143 N713JT JT-416
chris murkin: _2AA9982 RAF Supermarine Spitfire HFVIII D-FEUR G-BKMI MT928 Aircraft is in the Colour Scheme 145 RAF Sqdn Based in Northern Italy 1944 this Spit was with Royal Air Force with s/n MV154 1948 this spit was with Royal Australian Air Force with s/n A58-671
chris murkin: 1AA_0458 North American FJ-4B Fury N44FS BuNo 143575 USN 3575 this jet in the markings of the Fleet Air Gunnery Unit of NAS El Centro CA in 1957 this is also the last Fury still flying in the world
chris murkin: BAD_4708 Douglas C-47A 292847 N47TB 42-92847 USAAF That's All Brother This aircraft came over from the USA to take part in Daks over Normandy 75th D-Day anniversary Leaving Duxford UK on 5th June and flying over to Normandy France
chris murkin: 1AA_5060 North American B-25 Mitchell 130669 Called Tondelayo Last Military Serial 44-28932 USAF or USAAF
chris murkin: 1AA_4906 1943 Boeing B17 Flying Fortress Nine-O-Nine 231909 Last Military Serial 42-31909 USAAF This B17 completed 140 combat missions during World War II In 1944 this B17 was delivered to the 91st BG based at RAF Bassingbourn Hertfordshire UK,
chris murkin: 2AA_2483 Extra EA 300L.N102JK North American SNJ-6 Texan N3639F 148112 US Navy Dodson International Parts Texan was a WWII Trainer Aircraft Similar to Harvard
chris murkin: 2AA_2545 North American P-51D Mustang Gunfighter N5428V 1945 USAAF 1947USAF Serial 44-73264 Construction 122-39723
chris murkin: ABD_3630 Canadian Forces Snowbirds CT-114 Tutor RCAF Thunder of Niagara Airshow 2018
chris murkin: BAD_3143 Douglas C-47A Skytrain (DC-3) N74589 224064 42-24064 USAAF Called Placid Lassie, They named the left engine Idling Ada and named the right engine Eager Eileen
chris murkin: BAD_7053 Supermarine Spitfire MkIX G-LFIX The Grace Spitfire ML407 was originally built at Castle Bromwich in early 1944 Supermarine Spitfire MkIXB G-ASJV MH434 The most famous of all Spitfires still flying today
chris murkin: ABF_1175 North American P51D Mustang Trusty Rusty PH-JAT 413578 1944 USAAF 44-74923